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Salt Poems - Poems about Salt

Salt Poems - Examples of all types of poems about salt 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 salt.
Premium Member When summer is gone
...Stories that stood behind soundless shapes; Silence have finally found its way, Dressed in a tall sky of towering tendons, Wishing-wells weeping for wagons, And as fiends of the forest frame f......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, anger, angst,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Metamorphosis
...“blessings from above transformed lust to love delusion to illumination earth-heaven bilocation” - Unseeking Seeker When rays of saffron atonement streak thr......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, fate, feelings,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Things
... He was enamored by the way of things, the color, the shape, the sound and all that his senses could take in whether the thing was large or small or in-between or was superior in the hierarchic......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, metaphor, simile, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ocean City Dream 2
...Upon a day of cloudless skies, came breezes with suggestive strength. I00 was the heat index. Its beauty was the best July could ever muster forcing my hair to dance to ocean music in the win......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, beach, emotions, home, memory,
Form: Free verse
Starry Sorrow
...I summoned sorrow to swallow my soul whole and save it from its sinister solitude. I stared at the stars sailing against a surf of sunless skies. I spoke to the sleek sand in soft whispers, ent......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, sea, sky, solitude, sorrow,
Form: Alliteration



Premium Member Resilience
...I remember when I clinked in celebration. Once whole, before I crashed upon the jagged ocean rocks. Now broken, bathed in waves, my sharpness soothed and smoothed by salt. I tumble to t......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, beach, journey, remember, sea,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Flavor of Soup
... watered down soup has lost its flavor ~ the broth is not one to savor it's over peppered and there's too much garlic ~ sometimes vitriolic nothing wrong with a little pinch of salt ~ but d......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, how i feel,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member His Overboard Tale
...Ocean is more ancient than the mountains, and freighted with the memories and the dreams of time. —H.P. Lovecraft, The Best of H.P. Lovecraft: Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabr......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, fear, sea,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Sea Glass
... overdosed happiness found in the in-between haze dullness removed ocean froth masking the rising bile that dribbles down my still smiling face like deadly phial, I'll thrash 'til I splinter......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, addiction, beauty, creation, peace,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Times with Dad
...I went with Dad, just us two, to the hardware store. We got replacement tubes for the TV, Sometimes, filters for the heater. He bought me Necco wafers - all different colors - priceless coins......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, dad, memory,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member taste of salt
...tides rolling harshly pounding against beaches sand it's salt hits my lips......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, beach,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member abandoned lover
...sleep feels like an abandoned lover; heart weeps like a wilted flower.. wings of the sun, soaked with sapphire dust, rise and sparkle; like sea salt in the air, twilight cascades upon my......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, deep,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ryan Trip takes a Trip on a Lawn Mower
...in the summer of 1997 Twelve year old Ryan Tripp made a 3, 366 mile journey across the USA raising ten thousand and four hundred dollars for a sick baby living in his home town. He took this trip......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, life,
Form: Free verse
If the boats had never came
...If the boats had never came and colonisers none Genocide never happened, wars had not begun, Darker skin I would have and life I would not fear If the boats had never came, I would still be here.......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, deep, perspective, voice,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sea Glass
... Years ago, we walked the beach. Our footprints, were left in the sand. The salt water, licked our bare feet. A shiny piece stood out from the sand, our first glimpse of real sea glass. It w......Read the rest...
Categories: salt, beach, friend, fun, happy,
Form: Free verse

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