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Meadowlark Poems | Examples of Meadowlark Poetry

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List of Meadowlark Poems

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Twilight composers Chris Green Rhyme meadowlark, good night,
Premium Member Poem TALKING BLUE MEADOWLARK IN THE DARK James Edward Lee Sr. Light Verse meadowlark, adventure, confidence, engagement, journey,
Premium Member Poem Sunday in the Park John Gondolf Rhyme meadowlark, lonely, nature, summer, sunshine,
I Have Seen You At The Courtyard Door Mario Vitale Free verse meadowlark, anxiety, art,
Premium Member Poem A Mother's Goodbye John Newlin Free verse meadowlark, bereavement,
Haiku Poem 20 Tom Cook Haiku meadowlark, bird, inspirational, nature, song,
Premium Member Poem Choose You James Edward Lee Sr. Free verse meadowlark, abuse, angst, appreciation, assonance,
Premium Member Poem silent footfalls shift Tim Smith Free verse meadowlark, lost love,
Remember Me Little Sperling Free verse meadowlark, home, memory, nostalgia, sad,
Premium Member Poem Butterfly Dreams The Grahamburglar Rhyme meadowlark, animal, bird, butterfly, fantasy,

It Was on a Kansas Farm
by Gayle Rodd

It was on a Kansas farm 
I saw the beauty and the charm
as I sat gazing out across the hills
Not a car or man in...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, farm, imagery,

Beneath this soft dark silent sky
by Chris Green

Beneath this soft...dark silent sky  

 
 
 
Beneath this soft…dark silent sky
as starlight teardrops weep
in moon glow feathered sonnets…
my heart waits
~ 
Clinging to...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, good night,

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Immortal Tethers Rein
by Phillip Garcia
superfluous drizzle
this tranquil cottage scene

April’s meadowlark sigh
sweetly symphonic slopes
green glistened gradient

hillside reeds rejoice flat
rejuvenation blessed
by philanthropic sun

illustrious wisdom
showers ivory slates
of winter remembrance

villagers swim downstream
lips kiss...

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Idyll (Idyl) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, nature,

Wonderful Dawn
by Chris Green

Wonderful dawn

Spider webs glisten
with droplets of dew,
geraniums facing the sun

Still all my thoughts
are directed at you,
you are my beautiful one

A meadowlark singing
her wonderful song,
welcoming everything...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, good morning,

This World Will be a Sadder Place
by Curtis Forsythe
Seldom now do honeybees take wing
to visit the flowery bower-
or do I hear a meadowlark sing
nor a whippoorwill call in the evening hour.

Butterflies once like...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, nature,

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Pulling up Anchor
by Joseph May
 A drifting cloud anchors itself on the hillside
 Where admiral butterflies on warm breezes glide
 Beneath a sky of azure where meadows abide
 There...

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Monorhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, bird, nature,

This is how every day should begin
by Chris Green

This is how every day should begin

Soft sunrise whispers
in apricot glow

Dawn’s early breezes
outside gently flow

Waking to beauty
my eyes they do see

Finding the one that
I love...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, love, morning,

Babble On
by Sarah Hand
Wild little brook in such a hurry
Lifting your face to the sun
Tumbling over the hours and days 
Chatting along as you run

Hundreds of tiny glass...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, nature, uplifting, water,

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Songbird at 3 AM
by Betty Butler
Hark! What beautiful singing I hear!
Songbird in a tree so near.
How can you sing there in the dark?
Are you a robin or a meadowlark?

Sweet little...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, beautiful, bird, morning, song,

Too Soon, Too Late
by DM Babbit
Too soon, the world is awake
   ready to take on the day.
Laid back, waiting for the sunrise
   the wood sings with...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, day, night, time,

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On the Glass of the Woodlands
by Madison Demetros
On the Glass of the Woodlands


The view;
Winding canopy, 
Overlooking a enchanted woodland,
A cedar thicket warbles from the distance…
Fairies;
Agile, with an sudden glass frailty.
The day is...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, beautiful, dream, fairy, fantasy,

WHEN THE WILDFIRE BURNED
by Dana Young
The ground was crow-black
as the ashes took wing in the breeze,
flowing in hot breath across a 
grief stricken earth.
Charred trees, now barren of leaves,
stood leaning...drunk,...

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Enclosed Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, earth, environment, fire, natural

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The Present - God's Gift To Man
by Roof Missing
Though people may long for a present from God,
How many embrace the new day?
Instead of unwrapping what lies at their feet,
Dark memories paint a cliché
Of...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, life,

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Songs Of Power
by Robert Lindley
Songs Of Power 

(Lost As Blackness Invades)

Where the agony invades life seems in blurs,
And the long nights eat the fruited trees,
And later, night dreams stalk...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, allegory, death, humanity, loss,

Missing Yesterday Tonight
by Joan Donnelly Ellis
MISSING YESTERDAY TONIGHT
 Music & Lyrics by Joan May Donnelly Ellis (September, 2014)

 Remembering how close we were as if we two were one,
 The...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, love, missing you,

Plain Old Country Boy
by Steven Siegel
Plain Old Country Boy 
Steve L. Siegel 
August, 2015 
-:- 
I like the smell of clean washed clothes 
Hanging on the line, the sound of...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, dream, family, farm, memory,

Zen
by Dudley Jude
A walk in the dark
A meadowlark
By me she flew
And asked, “Who are you?”

A curious query
I did not know really
A question so profound
In my mind I...

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Enclosed Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, philosophy,

Not as Pure
by Sheila Cooperman
A poem by an 11 year old student under my name. I take no credit except for being the teacher.

Not as pure as the meadowlark
Is...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, beautiful, light,

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Meadowlark
by Carrie Richards
There is a lark who is born to live in the meadow,
perched far above the smooth mountain stones.
She will rise from fields of the cloverleaf...

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Personification | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, bird, nature,

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I AM A MEADOWLARK
by JAN ALLISON
When I first flew the nest, my spirits were low; 
how my world has changed from one year ago. 
Now fully fledged, I spread open...

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Personification | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: meadowlark, bird, me, writing,