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Flowers Sestina Poems

These Flowers Sestina poems are examples of Sestina poems about Flowers. These are the best examples of Sestina Flowers poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberA SESTINA - MY SECRET RIVER by Mick Talbot



 MY SECRET RIVER
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Its source some distance from its end, highlands.
A little trickle meanders a mile.
Pure, full of many forms of life, no fish!
Now babbles...

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Categories: nature, rap, river,

An analysis of sadness by subroto sinha
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The other day I heard my friend was sad.
I met him to ask him about the reason
but, he was upset and his mood was very...

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Categories: sad,



The Garden by Corinne Meade
Sometimes it all feels like a dream.
A dream full of love,
Full of life,
And full of happiness.
It is as though I am surrounded by flowers;
Yet, every...

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Categories: dark, death, life, lonely,

Life's Garden by Amanda Lipsinic
Sometimes I get lost in my dreams,
just wanting to escape this stressful life. 
I lose my way in a garden full of flowers
and search for...

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Categories: animal, earth, feelings, inspiration,

Premium MemberDark Angels of Highgate by Debbie Guzzi
Enough Angelina, drop the bouquet of harebells.  
The flowers wilt as your graying hands stiffen. See, how grave
is our newborn son. We gift him...

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Categories: death,

In A Shared Garden by M. L. Kiser
In my vegetable garden, 
birds are watching me, pick 
green beans to eat.
A lone robin, scrounges for seeds, from sun flowers.
An old, twisted oak tree,...

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Categories: animal, garden, gender, nature,

A day's routine: in sestina by Mohan Chutani
My day starts with a cup of tea hot 
Its steam ‘n steamy headlines in papers help boil the day’s plot 
Nine to five make...

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Categories: day,

Bluebell-Judicious being by Amanda Sullivan
A shade of Turquoise,
Vibrant and lengthy,
Smooth like blueberries,
Thick like quilt,
Wrapped in ribbon,
Neatly and tight.


Eyes like pandas,
Big and bold,
Lashes like spiders,
Most are new,
Some are old,
Like my...

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Categories: body, imagination,

Premium MemberNatures Forest by Seren Roberts
Around the base of the tree the banks of bluebells flower
Tall and straight but weak of stem, beautifying the forest
Cultivated by nature, leaves for compost,...

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Categories: flower, nature, blue,

Tree and me by Suresh Iyer
Sitting under a tree, old and grey
No flowers to bloom, leaves falling down
Birds desert the nests, no one to play around
The clouds are around, they...

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Categories: introspection, life, nature, sad

WHAT IS JOY by valeria iliadou
The sun is risen, another day is here like a movement.
Eyes are meeting with a glance.World's invisible smiles.
The day break of our youth, the distance...

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Categories: lifeday, night, light, fire,

Joy to world within by Hitendra Mehta
Omnipresent is Joy
Barefoot morn walk in garden
Soothing sight of silky blanket of grass
Morning dew globules sparkling 
As if bathing Blades in freshness
Greenery splashed on earths...

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Categories: happinessgarden, joy, love, seasons,

LOVE LESSON by Sidney Beck
LOVE  LESSON


I give my  lesson for their son.
Room plain, cracked, greyed -
Rubbed away - curtains frayed.  
Good  furnishing  - ...

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Premium MemberIdella's Gift by Debbie Guzzi
There are smells and sights and tastes which always remind 
of Grandma with her rows of flowers bright,
the red of poppy the gladiolas white, the...

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Categories: caregiving, childhood, family, introspection,

Cemetary Sestina by Mary Hartong
Several
times I have walked by Arlington Cemetery
and felt my face wilt.
I’ve waded through Washington D.C’s ever-present puddles
to work every day and thought of stopping, reading...

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Categories: sestina, hope

SURVIVE BY HEEDING ADVICE by Andrew Crisci
When the parents are gone,
the kids survive by heeding advice and carry on
their wishes by honoring their true intent;
flowers sprout and then bloom,
never living their...

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Categories: adventure, death, faith, family,

THE POSSESSIONS OF A YOUNGER AGE by Andrew Crisci
Every boy has his toys,
and each girl her dolls;
and as they grow they are put away where light can't enter:
there in that closet, which often...

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Categories: adventure, childhood, family, husband,

FOLDING AND EMBRACING SOMEONE IN EXTREME PAIN by Andrew Crisci
Folding and embracing someone in extreme pain
with the compassion of a merciful saint:
when those moribund eyes look downward,
as breath becomes heavy and life can't sustain
its...

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Categories: peace, people, social, sympathy

THE DORMANT FOREST AWAITS SPRING by Andrew Crisci
All the strawberry's and moss rose's bushes
are slowing budding along the dusty bridle paths,
and as the husky New York cowboys pull down their hats,
they don't...

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Categories: children, happiness, imagination, inspirational,

WHERE'S THAT ANCIENT LAND...WHERE CIVILIZATION BEGAN? by Andrew Crisci
Where's that ancient land where civilization began?
There...this disconsolate poet was born:
to tell whatever wasn't told on his return,
and to choose his tomb under the shade...

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Categories: history