Night Pastoral Poems

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


Shepherds' Songs by Poetic Flame
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Categories: nature,

Eulogy of The Bedouin Life by Poetic Flame
*First  Part*


Hey, man ! you who laud the urban dwelling
And blame the bedouin for loving the wild
Don't scorn the portable houses we're weaving
And praise...

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Categories: arabic, freedom, inspiration, wisdom,



On Second Thought by TIMOTHY CARTER
ON SECOND THOUGHT
   On second thought, I've changed my mind,
We do nothing for ourselves but waste time.
   Day after day, week...

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Categories: destiny, devotion, faith, fate,

Known by Deborah Samuelson
Shout it out! Unmute yourself. Don’t stand in silence.
Make a stand. Tell them all. Make Him known,
Whisper it. Share with someone. Give him your reliance.
Drop...

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Categories: christian, friendship love, god,

Remember by Junaid Abdul Wakeel
Remember

Just remember when lightness become darken
Remember when sunrise set to sunset
Remember when breakfast suddenly turns to super
Remember when dawn become night
Just remember thy ages are...

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Categories: allusion,

Premium MemberGood Morning, America by tammy swank
It was a long lonely night at the lumber mill
Just listening to a whippoorwill 
In the dark beside a logging road.
I’ve got fifteen cars of...

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Categories: america, moving on, time,

Anna by Sitabz Garg
What do the heavenly eyes gaze upon?
A squall hurdles
 As silence, descend to rain
her temple doors rattle
Winds dim her temple lights,
Amid the thunder a vista...

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Categories: bible, christian, encouraging, god,

Premium MemberA FALL DAY by Brian Strand
a sun-kissed morn
after
the haze of dawn,
vapor trails
the afternoon sky
sleeves of cloud
pillow my eye:
long shadows
detail the dusk
evening so suddenly
becomes night
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Categories: autumn,

No reason to be sad by Charles Abraham
There is no reason for me to be sad

Coz Christ is with me, He's my heavenly Dad

When I think of Him it makes me glad

Coz...

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Categories: bible, blessing, christian, inspirational,

Premium MemberPASTORAL perfumes by Brian Strand
Bright Marguerites,open and ablaze,
Reflected in a sunny haze.
Lilies waxed in a summer light,
A Jasmined fragrance to fill the night.

Perfumed petals,paper-white
Intoxicate,then delight;
Speaking volumes with words un-heard
Silent,flowers...

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Categories: flower,

Sentinels Rose to the Sky by Lin Lane
On a lowland moor, waved a sea of green
Pastoral gardens, peaceful and serene
Ocher blossoms, kissed by the sun
were posing for a painting I 'd begun

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Categories: beauty, nature,

A Day by Felicia Jefferson-Weaver- Jefferson
A Day

In the beginning in a dark void space
God created the sun; it was for light
The light was divided from the dark and  he...

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Categories: bible, black african american,

Premium MemberSILENCE IS GOLDEN by Brian Strand
Bright Marguerites,open and ablaze,
Reflected in a sunny haze.
Lilies waxed in a summer light,
A Jasmined fragrance to fill the night.

Perfumed petals,paper-white
Intoxicate,then delight;
Speaking volumes with words un-heard
Silent,flowers...

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Categories: flower, nature,

The Light by Alana Tompkins
He walks in light, surrounded by light,
He gives light in the darkness of night.
Hands that tremble and shake from disease,
A brain that stops functioning with...

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Categories: blessing, change, christian, faith,

TRAVAIL OF OWAILO by Chris Agbiti
In the dead of night,
I heard the cry of agony;
A shrill cry it was, 
But a faint cry,
As of a heart fainting of strength.

It oozed...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, animal, bereavement,

Beautiful Human by Gerald Legister
Our own beautiful perfection

Covered in a mist, by day and night.

Hiding from sight, the beautiful human,

Exist in partly dark, and partly light.

The personalities that character...

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Categories: allegory, beauty, emotions, growth,

The Beautiful Heart by Gerald Legister
We cringe with the icy cold
Wind blowing away the foggy cloud,
Drifting off into the tearful sleep
At noon and at night illusions keep,
Hearts wrapped with chimeric...

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Categories: allegory, anxiety, beautiful, devotion,

Premium MemberThe Second Star of God by Robert Amure
The Second Star of God
a.k.a. The Unpublished Alleluia Symphony


I have seen a star rise over this land
I have seen my Lord sat on His Throne
I...

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Categories: blessing, dedication, emotions, faith,

Christmas Coach by Doug Blair
Christmas Eve

Night-time shift

Number Eight Loop

Crystal drift

Bus a-humming

Toasty warm

Pulling over

Waving arm

She a mother

Stroller too

Baby bundle

All in blue

Tears were present

Face was flushed

Folding door would

Groan when pushed.

Can you...

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Categories: caregiving, christian, faith,

THE REMINISCENCE by Muzahidul Reza
The green village, the colored city, the ever familiar locality
Each path, tree, house, turn, each native I have left behind
But creepers, hedges have entangled with...

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Categories: birth, childhood, memory, youth,