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Observer Poems - Poems about Observer

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Premium Member The Sheep Here Flock to Hear My Tale While Going to the Fair -- Slice One, A Portion of Pie
...and a face a little 'plain'; While Simon and the 'pieman' 'eating' 'pie' with 'pêches et crème,' Remind the fine observer of the pithy apothegm-- 'A pair of tongues "displaced" are better certes than simply one'-- While even 'b**......Read More
Categories: observer, children, horror, pain,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member only time to burn
...o matter how hard we pray or strength of yearning for that which was yesterday tomorrow can be stone gray forward observer to Afghanistan he's sent his own preserver living in wind torn pup tent letters described his descent fi......Read More
Categories: observer, angst, change, conflict, loss,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member Insect University
...It was the insect world, and I was an observer in their UNIVERSITY. 011322PSCtest, Insects, Angela Tune Rymes in Caps. ......Read More
Categories: observer, insect,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member On the Trail - The Broadened Plain IIIa
...avel to and see the places you are most interested in Or curious about? “Oh no, I am only along as a sort of silent observer.” Strange, since the dreamer and the observer is one and the same…you. There are so many universes to se......Read More
Categories: observer, dream, fantasy, introspection, life,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Christmas Party Observer
...Cindy sat at the top of the stairs Watching the Christmas party. It was like Daddy said. As the night wore on, peopl......Read More
Categories: observer, christmas,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member The Soul Unseen By Human Eyes
...unity, Not in living as the illusionary me. I need to change what others see, Let my spirit truly be. A spiritual observer in a physical state, With unlimited powers to create. To reveal your true self is Truth’s mandate, Allowing ......Read More
Categories: observer, mystery, self, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member See her See me in Artistry
...own woman and beauteous she is Her refinement captured by the artist. A little wry smile, a glint in her eyes What observer could not be mesmerised Sitting elegantly, posture demure With the charm of mysterious allure. I recall my......Read More
Categories: observer, art, creation,
Form: Rhyme
TIME OBSERVER OF LIFE
... Time doesn't sprout, does not breed, but all eyes and watches... ......Read More
Categories: observer, allegory, allusion, appreciation, creation,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Detached Observer
...Detached Observer In Stillness I Observe light Green arura northern light In space, in vision A cloud of solar wind ......Read More
Categories: observer, cool, green, november, wind,
Form: Free verse
October twenty third two thousand twenty one
...escent aesthete, yours truly basked, froliced, luxuriated... complete as once innocent hymnals kindled atrocity this observer, spectator aghast white as sheet, how civilization's machinations didst deplete terrestrial firmament within ......Read More
Categories: observer, america, appreciation, autumn, beautiful,
Form: Rhyme
Tired
...I'm tired. getting old and gray little left to say; a mere observer of this world's cries contemplating the hows and whys; all those wherefores, ifs, ands, buts of when and w......Read More
Categories: observer, analogy, angst, time,
Form: Rhyme
Lessons too Late for Learning
...ost familiar yet vague washing clean the earthen troughs, deepening in the grooves of history teaching the novice observer time is not forever; it rises, falls, fleeting intervals of lifetimes forgotten, cyclic eons with remaini......Read More
Categories: observer, america, angst,
Form: Carpe Diem
Premium Member HAND-PICKED BERRIES AND SUN-DRIED TOMATOES 1
...cloth so cleverly, they’ll have you looking for four-letter-words in your alphabet soup.” Muriel Farrier, The Methodist Observer “Listening to these words made me feel a bit guilty, like I was staring out my window when my neighbor’s sha......Read More
Categories: observer, mythology,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Adjustments
...Tree limbs swayed in a slow-dance with the wind. After a while, the cloud observer noticed a formation ......Read More
Categories: observer, analogy, blue,
Form: Verse
Premium Member ACORNS IN THE SNOW
...tled among the oaks. How we both start out so tiny…so fragile…a diminutiveness that, at first, hides…to the innocent observer…the potential housed inside. Yes, how often I have thought we, as babies, are similar to acorns in the snow…......Read More
Categories: observer, baby, nature,
Form: Rhyme

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