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Spring Rhyme Poems

These Spring Rhyme poems are examples of Rhyme poems about Spring. These are the best examples of Rhyme Spring poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Candle on the Wind
Candle burning on the hearth
Dancing flames light the dark
Spreading scents of lilacs, pears
Calming balm, assuage my cares

Send your fragrance out her way
Return to me with...

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Categories: for her, i love

Beyond Tides
There is beauty in the blue,the transparent, the clear ,the breeze
There is beauty in pitiful yearning, in begging to be freed
The lovely water, to take...

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Categories: feelings, health, loneliness, longing,

Nimble fingers glide across the strings
practiced notes turn instruction into muscle memory
dancing, the bow sounds out each note
on the ivory shore, breezy and remote

Clouds drift...

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Categories: rhyme, beach, music, sea,

Continue to do
only positive things
Humanity’s outcome
your choices will bring
The darker the cloud
that brings on the rain
The fairer the meadow
—for Spring to reclaim

(Dreamsleep: September, 2023) 

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Categories: birth,

Premium Member Where is my Steed
Where is my steed the king asked his wife
She kind of knew but she valued her life
She lied a bit guiding him to an unsuspecting...

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Categories: animal,

Premium Member The Period of Change
The indents and lines upon the Earth
From snow melting, has written its fluid song of rebirth.
The sky, cold blue, wars with the sharp heating sun.

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Categories: spring, word play, words,

Premium Member Useless Answers
How come you overlook such witty answers?
Those smashers, always hitting up too late!
They fluff the air with dust, like ballet dancers
Whirl down, like feathers in...

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Categories: humorous, hyperbole, irony,

Premium Member Autumnal
Upon the barren tree, the last leaf clings tight, 
Between the branches, it holds on with might, 
Unable to escape, able to see, 
It waits...

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© Jay Narain  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: autumn,

Love is a Fickle Thing
Love is a fickle thing,
it blooms in spring
only to fall,
Give it room to grow
on its own,
But before long
its weeds have sprung,
Choking the garden
of all its...

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© Ash Miller  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lost love,

The Fall
Eve of fall
denuding of trees
No longer lush whispers heard through the leaves

A low pitched moan a creak here and there
In warning to all listening
to heed...

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Categories: eulogy, seasons,

Premium Member True Love

In the valley of my mind contoured by desire latent,
I carved the charming channel of craving to reach you.
The yearning cloud melted in a mesmeric...

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Categories: analogy, imagery, love,

Premium Member Floating
"We have no wings, yet we can float in the blue either on a swing or on imginary wings sensing the undulations of air"~ By...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, childhood,

Premium Member Immanent yet transcendent
Written: September 21, 2023

Immanent yet transcendent Contest        Sponsored by: Unseeking Seeker 
God is both fully transcendent and utterly...

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© Sotto Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, appreciation, devotion, dream,

World War 3
Tension in the air, 
Weapons preparing to launch, 
Tempest in the chamber, 
Tranquil night but intermittent slumber. 

Each day is clouded by the unknown, 

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Categories: death, war, world,

Premium Member Dandelion

Poised upright on the leafless hollow stems,
soft florets coil thorny balls with faceless fear  
with the tender touch of the saffron sun,
make a unique...

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Categories: flower,