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Prehistoric Poems - Poems about Prehistoric

Prehistoric Poems - Examples of all types of poems about prehistoric to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for prehistoric.
The Road Through
... The road cut through a deep gully of trees that stood tall, 300 ft. or more, and let no sunlight fall except a dark, filtered shade, never drying the damp dripped down from a thick, canop......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, anxiety, journey,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member My Mother Told Me the Easter Bunny Was Real --
...In Addition To Carpenters Get Resurrected "Yet each five seconds worldwide a child dies, with a few children even dying in Pain -- slow." -- The History of Humankind (not told at Mom......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, pain,
Form: Rhyme
As They Lay There
...As they lay there in a post war dada collage He purred how small she was how tight she felt There was more of him less of her He had said he wouldn't take more than a kiss She thought she was j......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, angst, imagination, moving on,
Form: Free verse
Free Tee Wee
...Been cranking out some crazy dreams of prehistoric birds in flight Six foot tall with bills like puffins looking to roost for the night One flew into a high line wire did a triple and slamme......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, 1st grade, class,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Crocodili
... "Crocodili" I swim in your holy water basic rules for survival shed the skin like a baptism immersed in saltwater the lower vibration lifted removed......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, muse, strength, symbolism,
Form: Narrative

The sagacious Ancient one
...Oh ye tortoise The longest living land animals in the world You who bear the weight of the world on your back and yet walks with a palatial gait From your hovel, you watched the hills and valleys ......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, analogy, animal, art, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member In Honor of Milt - An Un-contest Poetry Contest
...In Honor of Milt - An Un-contest Poetry Contest I love the way Milton’s poem begins. It draws my attention immediately. Line 10 jolts me with Jacobs and Jacob-ites.I’m still quite interested! Line......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, tribute,
Form: Free verse
Once Mighty
...In prehistoric times, he roamed (Of course, he had his body), The king of his surroundings – (That’s a title not too shoddy). But now this T-Rex (just his skull) Has something to consider, Fo......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, destiny,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Therapeutic Justice
...Lori Gottlieb describes mental health mediators and dream translators prescribing more cost-effective therapeutic questions: Who am I? What do I want? What's in my natural health/spiritual we......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, community, culture, health, peace,
Form: Parallelismus Membrorum
Premium Member God Is King
... God is King! He is robed in majesty and strength. The world is his throne. O Lord, you have reigned from prehistoric times, ......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, beautiful, bible, blessing, courage,
Form: Pastoral
Premium Member Catonita Strikes - Part One: A Freezer Mice adventure
...Continued from FREEZER MICE The cat had travelled straight from hell, a hell beyond the stars The cat that theories claim once levied genocide on Mars She now seeks vengeance on......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, adventure,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Voice Within
...The Voice Within. Somewhere in the depths of me, in a place I cannot find. There lies the seed of longing, for that to which I’m blind. I feel it dwells within me and every now and th......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, courage, emotions, faith, feelings,
Form: Rhyme
... BILLY BOB: Back in Malibu, Where I met Billy Bob at a certain corridor. He's a Caucasian from Baltimore; A professor at the University of Oregon, Expertise teaching universal algebra. Told ......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, change, christian, dedication, destiny,
Form: Lyric
... TREASURE-HUNTER: I didn't come this far by chance, Because I didn't have the map based on my stance. I'm not a pirate hiding to plunder, Neither am I just a passenger, Travelling in search f......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, self,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Lunch in the Okeefenochee
...Sluggish swamp water seeps through cypress knee Looking for the reclusive crocodiles now infesting, Our air boat skims along the edge of Okeefenochee Where we spy a prehistoric-like al......Read More
Categories: prehistoric, adventure, animal, appreciation, nature,
Form: Rhyme

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