Wind Pastoral Poems

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


Premium MemberEQUINOX HIBERNATION by Brian Strand
Hear the weather
upon the roof,
Winter is a'coming:
As landscapes 
drowse
Autumn arrives
on the wind:
Wardrobes are
ransacked,
thermostats
turn red-
so earlier to bed...

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Categories: autumn,

Dancing in Amber Fields by Lin Lane
Across great plains, in rich soil valleys
beneath breathtaking, bold painted skies
amber cobras dance on graceful stems
swaying to refrains of flowing rhapsodies

Mariah plays for them on...

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Categories: dance, earth, wind,



GOD WILL DO THE FIGHTING by BERNARD WACHIRA
The world is mine to conquer, 
No fantasy a reality to believe,
A fighter spirit runs deep to core,
No kickboxing, spiritual war to mount,
No war lords...

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Categories: inspiration,

Peace of Mind by Gerald Legister
You hear about holidays that people hate
Rarely of exotic taste, finding the better fare, 
Cheap enough for travel agents to promote
Such resorts which they advertise...

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Categories: blessing, desire, destiny, health,

The White Rose by Sarban Bhattacharya
The shepherd stood on the field, frail,
He knew not what to do when and why,
As the wrathful sun did steep down,
The confused chap followed his...

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Categories: beautiful, beauty,

Premium MemberA STRANGE ECLOGUE by Darren White
So when he slowly descended from the hill,
with sun providing him with a blinding halo,
the other ascended and regarded him in awe.
"May I introduce myself?...

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Categories: adventure, allegory, funny, romantic,

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 MemberNovember by tammy swank
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,

Bhatiali by Tamal Kundu
Afloat I am, 
The blind horizon spreads to no end.
O river of rivers, 
The queen river,
Flow as you wish, 
Gather silt forever
That on your shores...

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Categories: allegory, beauty, fishing, mythology,

The Joy of Winter by Alona Perlin
Crackling fire
Falling flakes
What a pretty scene this makes

Leaves are rustling on the ground
Nothing nearby makes a sound

Lighted candles on the hearth
People that are full of...

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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, imagery,

Austria by Noah Ploderer
Austria, you refresh my spirit like dew refreshes the earth
The flowers of the field are glorified in your country.
Your snow falls so silently as God...

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Categories: angel, beautiful, beauty, blessing,

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,

Premium MemberHay Gathering by tammy swank
A sliver of shade
On the east side of the barn
Was where he unfolded his chair.
The pink lemonade stung
In the cracks of his blistered lips.
A panting...

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Categories: america, nature, summer, work,

God's Garden by DM Babbit
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,

Premium MemberAlong the Shore of Evermore by Elaine George
I STEP down from the boardwalk and into a land  moved by the forces of the universe.

I feel the earth move under my feet...

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Categories: beauty, earth, heaven, ocean,

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,

Winter's Morning by Michael Whatley
The howling wind of which brushes through the trees
Pushes through the green in the volatile breeze
Merciful star of beaming light in which to bask
Overwhelmed, by...

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Categories: cool, december, morning, star,

Telepathic Music by Balveen Cheema
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,

The Crooning Dove by Celestine Ikwuamaesi

Effigy formed of inert dust, 
Inhaled the divine pulse, vile vine  
Infused with worth and dignity. 
I'm not! I'm not! Fallen from grace; 
I...

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Categories: spiritual,

Sunset in Jerusalem by Gwendolen Song
How many more sunsets until You set sail for me?

How many more nights of restlessness?

I long for my King.

I yearn for my heart to be...

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Categories: i love you, imagination,