Quintain (English) Poems | Examples of Quintain (English) Poetry

Quintain (English) Poems. Below are examples of quintain (english) poems. This list of poetry in the quintain (english) format or form is composed of the works from modern international poet members of PoetrySoup. An English Quintain is a poem that consists of five lines hence the "quint" in quintain. Share and read quintain (english) poem examples. See a comprehensive quintain (english) definition with format, rules, and structure of the poetry form.


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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
The Writers World Muzahidul Reza Quintain (English) world, write, writing,
Premium Member Poem Raven and the Wolf Always Together Eternally Apart Eve Roper Quintain (English) fantasy, love,
GOD NEVER FAILS Beata Agustin Quintain (English) appreciation, blessing, encouraging, faith,
Premium Member Poem The Feral Feline John Gondolf Quintain (English) cat, night, woman,
Premium Member Poem Dark Sword Vermillion Scythe Quintain (English) dark, death, horror, night,
Dragonfly jane Gomm Quintain (English) creation,
I Love Joan Alfred Berggren Quintain (English) love,
Premium Member Poem Gold Sword Vermillion Scythe Quintain (English) happiness, imagery, peace, war,
For Sweetness Was His Curse Martins Deep Quintain (English) death, deep, inspirational, lonely,
Facing the heat Okunsebor Williams Quintain (English) fear, integrity, love,

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Should We Dance
by DM Babbit
Should we dance?
  just let the evening shadows slide away
that leave only our footprints as if on parade,
  to trace the floor board...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: age, dance, memory,

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Missing My Country
by Carol Connell
I miss the way my country used to be,
and there are times it brings me close to tears.
A Christian nation no longer is she,
and truth...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: america, anniversary, christian, god,

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As Darkness Descends
by Emile Pinet


A spent sun withdraws from a sanguine sky
into the ebony blackness of space.
And birds roosting in trees, no longer fly
as a ghost moon rises...to find...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: 12th grade, beautiful, feelings,

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Lucky You Are The One
by James Study
Here is a song and poem of mine
I will play the tune for you
Also sing the words that rhyme
Lucky you are the one I do
Give...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: betrayal, love, me, relationship,

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He Simply Is
by Andrea Dietrich
I did not pluck him from a garden, for

no beautiful and fragrant rose is he.

Neither a vine with fruit aplenty nor

some exotic plant of mystery.

He...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: husband,

Shadow Canyons Deep
by Alfred Berggren
In the thick of the night
When I’m awake and can’t sleep
With shot of whiskey I read something light
Into western lands I creep
Traveling shadow canyons deep
...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: night,

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Beauty in Repose
by Dear Heart a.k.a. Broken Wings
The garden lush and fresh with flowers in every hue,
oh, how you loved to play and rest yourself in shade;
I buried you in your sweet...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: cat, death, garden,

QUESTION for YOU
by levi johnson
Question for You 


Do you feel subtly disconnected 
Not yourself or somebody rare?
Do you want to escape this reality
Of dos and don’ts and affairs? 


Do...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: confusion, emotions, psychological,

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In 2118
by Carolyn Devonshire
In the Great War’s aftermath a handful survived,
though seven billion had perished.
Time to excavate a country’s history arrived
and much speculation had been nourished.
Survivors sought signs...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: faith, history,

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A Wonderful, Beautiful Day
by Andrea Dietrich
It might be a wonderful, beautiful day -
sun shining and sand warm and gleaming underneath your feet.
Someone turns a radio on; you hear sweet music...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nature,

A Concrete Idea A Concrete World
by Earl Schumacker
Gray clouds open for business at five
Pour out concrete with rebar rusted 
Along with asphalt for a nice touch
Steel never felt so good under construction
Building...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: business, conflict, crush, endurance,

Sleep Deprived,Yet Survived: An Ode to My Love,My Sleep
by Arushi Kr
When all the Earth's a bed & all the world's asleep,
When you dream of conquering the world,then shove away the thought & let the unheard...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: emotions, fun, funny,

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The Importance of a Poet's Muse
by John Gondolf
It had been a while since I’d written a rhyme;
   the ink was drying up in my silent pen.
My muse had vanished –...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: friend, inspiration, muse, poetry,

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MEDICAL MADNESS
by Giggles the Poet Brenda Keough
https://gigglespoet.com/#jp-carousel-66   My scars from a misdiagnosis are my armor 

Lord, old memories plague me in the darkness 
And as they rear their ugly...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abuse, bereavement, betrayal, birth,

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A Master Thief
by James Study
I can steal the gold from ole Fort Knox
A master thief has been my trade
Steal the treasure from a pirates box
But foiled are the plans...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: jealousy, life, longing, relationship,

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On the Inside Looking Out
by John Gondolf
I’m on the inside looking out
as springtime slowly flutters by;
my leisure time is in a drought,
and leaving me to wonder why
I work so hard when...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: angst, retirement, spring, work,

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Heaven Scent
by Gregory R Barden

On every Sunday, throughout my childhood,

          To Nana's and to Grampa's, by the shore ...

 ...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: appreciation, childhood, grandparents, memory,

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Remember When You Used to Smell Outside
by Sian St. John
Remember when you used to smell the sea.
The briny air would open up your nose.
But now it seems this case is not to be.
Like any...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: memory, pollution,

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Best Scent of My Childhood
by Andrea Dietrich
There is a food from my childhood
which was loved by all my family.
We loved its smell, so recognizable, and its taste so good.
My sisters and...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: food,

Scent to School
by Randy Steele
Walking to grade school without a care
Each morning at the same spot
Freshly baked bread scent filled the air
Straight from the oven, savory hot
Aroma so sweet,...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: adventure, food, growing up,



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