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Reflection Poems - Poems about Reflection

Reflection Poems - Examples of all types of poems about reflection 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 reflection.
Premium Member Upon Waking
... “Upon Waking” Slumber has its upsides while the outside runs around like a split fowlyard, cacophonous pecking at each other and the ground… Elsewhere, like dull......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, gothic, muse, poets,
Form: Narrative



Devil Clocked Angel
...Devil Clocked Angel In the midst of fire and brimstone, stands an angel dressed in white, Her beauty beyond compare as a mask hidding her true self, she leaves nothing to chance. With eyes that spar......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, angel, body, break up,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Mirror of my Mind
..."As you look deeper in the heart the mirror gets clearer and cleaner...Rumi" The mirror of my mind, reflects the years of my heart leaving my face a wilderness of weathered wrinkles cau......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, introspection,
Form: Free verse
The Heartache of Farewell
...The heartache of farewell Comes in layers and degrees of torment and suffering Some good and Bad, some may say it is all good in the end But regardless of platitudes and positive thinking after re......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, farewell, goodbye, heartbreak, loss,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Mirror's Reflection
..."You are a volume in the divine book. A mirror to the power that created the universe. Whatever you want, ask of it yourself. Whatever you are looking for can only be found Inside of you." ......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, mirror,
Form: Sonnet



Mirror
...What you see in me is you You are me and I'm you too So always make your glitter glow Shine so bright like glaring snow Your, beauty they may not see But your grace shines deep in me Of......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, life, self,
Form: Rhyme
The beauty and the mirror
...“The beauty you see in me is a reflection of you.” Rumi When I look in the mirror, I see myself, But sometimes, when I look deeper, I see you and......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, deep,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To which image should we cling?
...Line of inquiry: To which image should we cling? “We have been here a thousand times before Memory erased, each time we begin anew Of hands held tenderly, we’ve lost the score Each embrace virg......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, life, universe,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member MIRROR a reflection
...As Eye See It Beauty, what is it how can it be so fragile Will o' the wisp here today gone tomorrow ethereal And yet.. mirror made reflections Deeper in the glass the eye tells more......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, beauty,
Form: Bio
Premium Member The Beetlejuice Past Your Eyes
... "The Beetlejuice Past Your Eyes" “Well, where would you suggest I commence? Should we begin with the concept of pasteurize?” This said to the earnest listener, who views the prot......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, dark, light, muse,
Form: Narrative
MIRRORED
...MIRRORED Who you see in me is you Not who you’d prefer to be Perhaps obscure, less clear But as you really do appear To others, who look to see But eventually, to yourself And understand wha......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, image,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Twilight Dream Catcher
...My twilight Dream Catcher. Sweet melodies tug at my heart strings. The waves roll in as the blue whale sings. As empty moonbeams fade, In the cosmos evenly laid. Layers of complexity. ......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, dream,
Form: Rhyme
Him
...In the quiet of the night, she waits alone, Her heart aching, longing for his tone. Beside her lies an empty space, A void she yearns him to embrace. With each passing hour, she feels the sting......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, feelings, husband, marriage, sad
Form: Rhyme
Beneath heavy eyelids woven from the shadows of the night
...Beneath heavy eyelids woven from the shadows of the night, In the gardens of silence, time whispers questions through the ages, Why, amidst walls frailly built from the silk of longing, Do I inces......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Their World
... "Their World" Of course, there was no re-assurance from them that they would respond to the message I had sent. Morning had arrived. The day had commenced as any other, unravelling ......Read the rest...
Categories: reflection, muse,
Form: Narrative

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