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Mockingbird Poems - Poems about Mockingbird

Mockingbird Poems - Examples of all types of poems about mockingbird to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for mockingbird.
Nature is in harmony with the wind
...When Nature is in Harmony you can feel the balance in your body. When nature is in harmony the universe is happy. The equilibrium is shaking in the sky and the markets will live or die, place your mo......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, america, change, deep, devotion,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member Betrayal In Black And White
...The naked truth of hijacked leaves when tree reveals a mockingbird the wind with knives— the season’s thieves applauds the loss of innocence soprano song his spoken word as summer turns a vil......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, betrayal, bird, grief, innocence,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member mockingbird
...a mockingbird chose church yard tree to build a nest.... swooping, pulling hair congregation said someone needs to get him tamed.... now priest flies in......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, bird,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Frosty Winter Morning
...~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ late winter morning a mockingbird sings sweet notes frost sparks in the sun......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, morning, winter,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Girl with the Curls
... I can still remember, when they said you may not be born, my heart became so heavy, wondering how I would mourn. I can still remember, the first day I held you close, you were ......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, daughter,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member CONCERT IN THE RAIN
... It rained off and on throughout the evening..the streets that morning were still wet and by the look of the clouds blanketing the sky…it wasn’t done raining yet. But I took a chance and went fo......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, bird, rain,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wide eyed reader
...I look for you in the stars, and in the streets, and all the people I greet. I look for you in books of poetry. Such a place to find, yet unaware that I'm lost, like a button. Arrive home......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, child, remember,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Golgotha
... *I normally don't like notes with poems but, a couple of things: I thought it would be interesting to capture the moment of Jesus' execution from the viewpoint of a non-believer. in addition, I wro......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, death, faith,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Wild Birds
...A woman on her daily walk was serenaded by a cardinal, a blue jay, and a Carolina wren— or so she thought. Imagine how surprised she would have been to learn it was I, a mockingbird perched on a l......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, bird,
Form: Personification
The Mockingbird
...A melodious tune in the morning Floating in the morning breeze An artist on the stage The genius of the skies Day by day the sound drifts through our doors Orchestrated by an all knowing creator......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, animal, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
When
...When again will I find solace My cup of tea, my muse, my merry weather In the very things that now bereave And leave me a hollowed husk? A vacant snail shell, a mockingbird feather A painted r......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, september,
Form: Rhyme
Non Labor Relations Day September 1st 2023 Poem
...Non labor (relations) day September 1st, 2023 poem Aye dream of Genie (as a lad din) Schwenksville, Pennsylvania - keystone state abbreviated as Pea Yay, this stupid non huge poem deployed cou......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, 12th grade, adventure, angst,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Colorful
...cornflowers are yawning sapphire blue in a serene meadow. a frangipani... glistens milk white....Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, color, imagery, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Mockingbird
... "Mockingbird" What sayst thou? Now, here you sit and I speak to you through strange keys revolutionary, poetry what is thy purpose for? A mirror wall? Where visions unseen speak a......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, muse,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Nature's Lessons
...When we list our favorite teachers Nature must be number one. and one lesson she constantly teachers is: never compare ourself with anyone. In all the years she’s been around this is something Na......Read the rest...
Categories: mockingbird, nature,
Form: Rhyme

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