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Yellow Pastoral Poems

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


Backs to Nature
Taking Coleridge at his word,
I hied me to a rural scene
To leave behind the madding herd
For where Titania reigns the queen.

Ah! ‘Tis hard to wax...

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Categories: nature,



November
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,

The Early Milking
A new day begins
As the day before.
The Jersey girls assemble themselves
Into their usual cow chain.
One girl’s head follows another’s tail.
Then head then tail,
All along the...

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Categories: america, animal, farm, food,

Premium Member The Gift of May
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 Member ''And so must I''
She was having a heavenly day amongst swaying flowers,
     When a north wind swept her up, swirling and twirling;
Tumbling, she lay...

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Categories: nature, spiritual,

At Last With Fall

What beauty comes at last with Fall
When golden hour is best of all -
Where Autumn’s light set trees aglow
With shimmering shades and bright yellow,
And where...

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Categories: autumn, imagery, nature, seasons,

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,

a perfect painting
Perfect painting 

An azure, sinless sky
a whisper of white clouds
 and a yellow sun.

The canvas was big
but the painter got bored
walked home.

It rained in the...

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Categories: allegory,

A LOVER'S JOY
Walk side with me to a valley,
And we shall be yonder pleasures of heavens light,
Of whose firmament, hills, groves, shining woods presume wonder.
And we will...

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Categories: fantasy, girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness, hopeme,

He Is
We have those long dark nights
In which we can never find the light
We have those dreadful weary days
But all the more we shall praise
Those waterfalls...

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Categories: religionheart, dark, dark, heart,

Meadows
I walk through a golden meadow.
The coarse green grass brushes softly against my legs.
My hands finger the flowers now in bloom.
Pink, red, yellow, white and...

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Categories: love

Premium Member Pocono Dawn
Pocono Dawn

Dawn crept over the horizon,
like a muffled piece of grey felt;
cloaked in mist, blanketed in opalescent fog.
As the minutes pass, 
the powder blue of...

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Categories: nature

Premium Member AUTUMN
Silver
glistens on bark,
cloud mountains fill the sky-
long shadows paint the stubbled earth
yellow....

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Categories: nature, places, seasons,

Premium Member YESTERYEAR
Yellow
beams glistening
on close growing clover-
when the lark departs is summer
over?

Tedious toil from dawn to dark,a farmhands days then so harsh and stark.The 
clockhands ticks round...

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Categories: nature, seasons,

Premium Member CHILTERN CHILDHOOD
Beechwoods,downland and common heath,
Chalky soil inches beneath;
Trees,jostling tall,
Leaf,yellow-brown in Autumn,fall;
Fallow deer feed at dawn and dusk,
Treading flat the beechnut husk;
Open heath,sandy soiled,
Whence commoners once toiled;
Roedeer,muntjac...

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Categories: childhood, nature, nostalgia,

Premium Member STEWARDS
A miracle unfolds,to enthrall,
From a caterpillar,green and small;
Upon the breeze,wind-blown
The pale yellow Brimstone;
A butterfly we briefly see,
If she could speak,her prayer... plea

Concern from we--her trustee.





Note...

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Categories: nature, seasons,

Explain the Fruit of the Spirit - P2
Solemnly sixth is Goodness known by few who with God do share,
Costly fine and desired is its colour that being of gold so weighty,
Despite its...

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Categories: devotion, faith, inspirational, life,

Vermont
Feeling the August sun
dry the pond's cool water
off of my back and shoulders.
Noticing my chin is thick
with salt and pepper stubble.
Wearing the same yellow t-shirt
for...

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Categories: nature, passion, peace,