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Roman Poems - Poems about Roman

Roman Poems - Examples of all types of poems about roman 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 roman.
Premium Member Passing Ships
...ra; The canvas masts hailed As ships sailed, Around the world. (Like a bridge spanning Mainland to island; Or a Roman aqueduct Transporting water.) Passing each other: Exploring, Expanding knowledge, Trading in commerce. T......Read More
Categories: roman, history, ocean, voyage,
Form: Verse



THE RUIN in a modern English translation
...THE RUIN an Old English poem about fate & destiny modern English translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch w......Read More
Categories: roman, destiny, eulogy, fate, gothic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Valediction
...Vessels each hour to Ryde Visitors so oft held Valhalla they have dwelled Valediction withheld [Vectis: the old Roman name for The Isle Of Wight, it is still in common use today. Valediction: an act, gesture or words of farewell]<......Read More
Categories: roman, farewell,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A KIND RECONSIDERATION OF THE ABRAHAMIC FAITHS IN A DIFFICULT TIME
...and duty, about service to all, and unconditional love, and shattered the framework of codified law, be it Jewish or Roman, in a dangerous location in the antiquarian world I am sorry for the way that his messages were gathered, re-wo......Read More
Categories: roman, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member If the Day Dawns, at Last - Men's Group
...e ‘truths’ presented (with others). Does Logos (what we judge Divine) mean we know our truth’s True? Is ‘Truth’ Eros, romance owns your life? Is Truth muscle (that Yin shares), Yang’s weakness (that listens)? (5) Such acts bridge abyss! ......Read More
Categories: roman, appreciation, blessing, faith, love,
Form: Rhyme



Storm breaks
...ter tears at tiny rocks flowing they fall away larger stones then are free to slip and fall away ancient way of Roman stone ascends from plain below twisting turning up mighty slope to plateau where the castle reigns armor t......Read More
Categories: roman, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member MUNDANE MOMENT
...now that I am….” From Psalm 46, verse 5 On a silver winter night I sat in the downstairs bathroom reading Roman history (chasing Germans across the Rhine), waiting for my laxative to work Engrossed for a while, sure I was ......Read More
Categories: roman, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ceres, Goddess of Harvest: The Pact
...wth, six months none, was then decreed. 2021 April 23 Rhyming Couplets ~~Janice Canerdy *Image of the enthroned Roman goddess Ceres provided by Pixabay, HMS - 10 syllables per line & RZ - exact rhymes checked......Read More
Categories: roman, mythology, seasons,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Still Life on Mars
...the sky with wonder at this unblinking red star which has been central to our mythology and imagination from before Roman times to the canals first viewed through Schiaparelli’s telescope in the music of Holst’ s Planets, and the w......Read More
Categories: roman, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member BREEZE
...ve known all your life where you think you’ve been hiding! I could break your defenses with the violent precision of Roman legionaries dismantling a town in the Syrian desert or the forests of Gaul or of Federal Marshalls crashing you......Read More
Categories: roman, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Saturnalia - Anacreontic Verse
..... With end of year the dance ends here! 13 April 2021 Anacreontic Verse Contest Saturnalia was the Roman pagan festival held in December in honour of the god Saturn......Read More
Categories: roman, celebration, december,
Form: Free verse
POEMS ABOUT EROS AND CUPID
...ABOUT EROS AND CUPID These are translations of ancient Greek poems about Eros. Eros was the Greek counterpart of the Roman god Cupid. While today we tend to think of Cupid as an angelic cherub shooting arrows and making people fall in lo......Read More
Categories: roman, cute love, desire, god,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Horace Replies to a Critic
...(Quintin Horatius Flaccus, Roman Poet, 65 BCE.-8 CE) Yes, yes, I know what they say about me – know it well, too damn well, in fact: that I......Read More
Categories: roman, poets,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Historical Theology
...work and play in Jesus of Nazareth's recent post-colonization day, When Jewish Rabbi Elders were squished inside Roman WhiteMale Dominant empire-building denial of their own win/lose subjugation defying Judaic empowering culture ......Read More
Categories: roman, anti bullying, earth, heaven,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member On Martial Poet and Satirist
...(Roman poet and satirist, 38-41 – 102-104 C.E.) My father named me Martialis, Although I am better known as Martial......Read More
Categories: roman, poetry, satire,
Form: Didactic

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