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Spring Pastoral Poems

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


ancient honey hunter by tikar osuru
Golden annihilation of a lion's 
    spring cover.
Endless tusk of an elephant's
    mind water.
Innard heaping stewards
   ...

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Categories: animal, butterfly, history, humanity,

Premium MemberThe River by John Newlin
The River

The river sings its sweet lament
in ancient voice softly lowing,
vibrant melodies subtly meant
to plumb the depths of our knowing.

Around each bend it curves, flowing
onward...

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Categories: nature,



Woodlands by Michael McCarthy
Woodlands

I love to delve in deep, dark woods, where light and shadow play,
Competing in a dappled glade, where beech and birch and bay,
Reach skywards as...

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Categories: beauty, earth, environment, tree,

Premium MemberA MARCH MARVEL by Brian Strand
Look,exquisite white blossom,
bathing in the sun-
the scents of Spring,cross my path,
a magnolia blossoms
a sunlit bouquet...

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Categories: seasons,

Spring has my Love by Noah Ploderer
Seven long weeks of winter with her snow not refraining,
But oh, approaching is a season who shall give my joy endless reining.

And when the dark...

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Categories: appreciation, art, beautiful, earth,

Summer End by DM Babbit
Summer nears its end
   racing
   through the weeks now passed
with little left to do
  the garden 
  winding down...

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Categories: change, seasons, summer,

Premium MemberThe Robin's Nest by tammy swank
While gathering wood one autumn day
To make a stack beside the stove,
I spied a nest along the way
Of back and forth and to and fro.

November’s...

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Categories: america, bird, nature, seasons,

Landscape by Poetic Flame
I want, before i compose my pure eclogues
Lie close to the sky, just like the astrologues

And be neighbour to belfries, dreaming, i hearken
To their celestial...

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Categories: imagination, muse, nature, poetry,

Jesus Is God and Much More Than a Man by Joan Donnelly Ellis
Jesus Is God and Much More Than a Man

by Joan Donnelly Ellis January 28 2016
 He is the wind unseen rustling through the leaves
 The...

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Categories: jesus,

memories of spring by Kate sparks

After the lilacs have gone by,
before golden flowers bloom
we will walk through meadows
soft and blue 
and feast on bread with honey 
stolen from autumn bees...

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Categories: bereavement, blue, boy, childhood,

Pastoral Memories by Poetic Flame
just one memory is still hunting me from boyhood:
the river of the dogs that i used to walk alongside
the pine trees standing tall and shading...

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Categories: pastoral, childhood, memory,

Premium MemberThe Gift of May by Carrie Richards
When March had drizzled, April faded
One morning in the month of May.........
Children gathered, 'round a table

Making paste of flour, water, 
guidance from a loving mother
with...

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Categories: childhood, flower, giving, may,

Premium MemberDance Into May by Dear Heart

On the first of May we celebrated,
Our rural town consisted of Europeans;
From Britain, France, Sweden, Finland,
And Canada, it was a community day.
   ...

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Categories: celebration, dance, flower, spring,

Spring sings by Kate sparks
Spring Sings

Spring sings,
in steady rhythm
rain falling
swollen streams overflowing
spring sings,
a high vibration
of bees wings
beating, a constant droning
spring sings,
a celebration
poppies dance
red dresses flutter, glowing
Spring sings,
in jubilation
jays calling
hallelujah...

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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, imagery, joy,

The Butterfly by Mel Merrill
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
As...

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Categories: butterfly, nature,

The Shepherd by Mustapha Mohammed
The shepherd guides with loving hands
The shivering flock toward the lands.
Where light and pond and larks and spring
And buds and trees and birds fluttering.

Would charm...

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Categories: animal, care, nature,

Blending Colors by Erich Goller
Blending Colors
(Quatrain)

Dripping rain of jeweled light
dreaming of rainbow flowers
scattered sparkle day and night
throughout colored autumn hours

Behold the sun’s brilliant rays
large sky painting on display
moonlights romantic...

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Categories: nature, autumn,

Opening a hornet s nest by mark escobar
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,

Portait of Spring by Lori Lucas McClure
Soft warm breezes carry a heavy
scent of fragrant flowers in bloom.
Wreath the air with sweetest perfume, 
a delicate lace of flowers lay tenderly 
across the...

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Categories: nature, seasons

Tis Sweetest in the Spring by Rachel Heffington
"Tis Sweetest in the Spring"
By Rachel Heffington

The farmers wives are scouring
their farmhouse kitchen floors
The bold, brisk lads are happy-eyed
and whistle out of doors.

The dairy-maids churn...

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Categories: happiness, nostalgia, work