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Garden Pastoral Poems

These Garden Pastoral poems are examples of Pastoral poems about Garden. These are the best examples of Pastoral Garden poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Inspirational Blessings and Greetings for the New Year
Greetings to each of you my dearly beloved brothers and sisters. Please read these seventeen blessings rendered for you in God's grace:

I. May God’s love...

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Categories: bible, blessing, devotion, inspirational,

Suburban Pastorale
Suburban Pastorale

(I walk in nature still alone. Thoreau)

Among purchased trees
he seeks repose
and bruised 
by civic alienation
forgets that Eden's cleft
has led to all that's made.
But surely...

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Categories: culture, garden,

Greenswards Fecundity Blooms Away
Greenswards Fecundity Blooms Away ™

Within a fortnight, as tempestuous slam
dunk March madness closes curtain call
“in like a lion, out like a lamb,” 
twill hove tested...

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Categories: appreciation, celebration, daffodils, garden,

A November wind has roared for days.
Dead garden stalks lay bent and frayed.
The proud maple now stands undressed
In drifts of yellow against the fence.

Broken remnants...

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Categories: autumn, fire, nature, november,

Premium Member Summer End
Summer nears its end
   through the weeks now passed
with little left to do
  the garden 
  winding down...

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Categories: change, seasons, summer,

Premium Member God's Garden
If there is a god and how is it possible, there is not,
	then he would be right here
	sitting next to me on this bench.
He would...

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Categories: garden, god,

The Orphan
Abundances is not a promise to everyone,
Live with joy today and love someone. 
Do you know the places we shall go?
When we are not sure...

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Categories: allegory, bereavement, destiny, emotions,

Unveiling Hues

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Categories: earth, garden,

Telepathic Music
Telepathic Music

Drip-drop, drip-drop
On the the tin roof 
Above our rustic garages
We sat on our couches
Silently gazing at the sloping lawns
Overlooking the rivulet
Warming our hands
On our...

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Categories: dance, daughter, music, mythology,

Birds -End Line Word Poem-
Birds   -End Line Word Poem-

At sunrise I saw the humming             ...

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Categories: bird, flower, garden,

the lexi contest tree
In my garden there stands a tree 
Its roots and leaves grow free
The changing seasons on you I see
Lord Jesus I believe 

That you are...

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Categories: bible, christmas, growing up,

Across The Gorge

All yours, God said, eyes sweeping 
Over an expanse of lush greenery across 
A wide, deep gorge. A rolling carpet 
Of lotus and daffodils in...

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Categories: blessing, faith, daffodils,

I planted a seed
I planted a seed, so tiny and small ,
And the seed opened up , to feed 'one and all'
What enchanted a seed' I dropped in...

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Categories: angst, baptism, bible, birth,

Flowers In God's Garden
Such a simple thing a breeze,
it pleases God to send.
Dancing partners for His flowers,
see how they bow and bend.

Showering blessings through the air,
refreshing flowers everywhere.

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Categories: inspirational,

The Butterfly
The butterfly, it flutters by,
And yes flutter is the word--
For butterflies don't soar or buzz
Like other bugs, or birds. 

They dance upon the summer breeze

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Categories: butterfly, nature,

Angels among us
Angels are among us – in many different forms, 
The flowers in the garden or a rose among the thorns.
We may never know where they...

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Categories: angel,

Midnight Garden
The garden, it is fast asleep,
Or so it would appear--
I wonder what the roses dream,
Of dewdrops cool, and clear?

So peacefully they are folded
For their midnight...

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Categories: nature,

Flowers in a garden
     Watching the blue, yellow and green flowers in a garden 
One can surmise there is a force behind them
The incerdible...

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Categories: inspirational, life, nature,

Opening a hornet s nest
Working as a missioner in a foreign land
involves a heart deeply rooted in human sacrifice;
there’s a global awareness of being a migrant
perceived to be a...

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Categories: faith, hope, imagination, inspirational,

A  bleeding heart sent me to bed
Tormented hot, by a lover's deception;
And in the folds of my blanket, cold as wet,
I sighed into sleep...

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Categories: lovewords, heart, heart, me,