Reclusion Poems | Examples of Reclusion Poetry

Reclusion Poems. Below are short, long, best, famous, and new examples of reclusion poems. This list of poems for reclusion is a great resource for examples of reclusion poems and show how to write poems for reclusion. Definitions may be included where appropriate.

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Details | Rubaiyat | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: reclusion, longing, love, rain,
Fate's rainy rebirth
by Anoucheka Gangabissoon
The rain pelted around me and washed away my purity
Leaving me bared, exposed in my femininity
Now, instead of puzzling over my reclusion, 
The whole world...

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Categories: reclusion, love, travel,
Premium MemberPower of Journeys
by Kai Michael Neumann
Power of Journeys

New horizons speak in hope and pull me to Pablo Neruda’s country
           ...

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Categories: reclusion, seasons,
Premium MemberWhen It Is Winter
by Kai Michael Neumann
When It Is Winter

Whence from shine the seasons to whom and to where

High on snow peaked mountains sits the Buddha under a fir tree

Exalted warm...

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Categories: reclusion, art, poetry, poets, solitude,
Premium Member''A few Quiet Hours''
by Broken Wings
A few quiet hours of solitude, detached from life by choice,
      Apart and withdrawn from humanity - the world;
Solitude, tranquility...

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Categories: reclusion, adventure, autumn, childhood, death,
Enigmatic Lane
by Suyash Saxena
Enigmatic Lane

This enigmatic lane-
I’ve walked long.
And now I see
Only barren lands,
A mere setting sun,
And a vague horizon.

I turn to look back
Along this enigmatic lane.
And then...

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Categories: reclusion, religion,
Prayer
by Michael Higginbotham
"...Dominus orationem meam suscepit."


Burning his little jelly bottom raw,
He blisters in his liquid greenish poop.
He has no means to summon us at all 
To drain...

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Categories: reclusion, history,
Emily
by Irene Hammer-McLaughlin
Through report the world 
  came to you, corresponding
    through reclusion on
	terms your own.

Your first-rate grasp of
  third-hand knowledge,
 ...

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