Ocean Sestina Poems

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


Death Blue by Anna Nomaly
I saw him coming, my old friend Death 
His eyes were not wrathful but also not Kind
He simply looked up at the sky so Blue...

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Categories: death, heaven, ocean,

Premium MemberMyriad of Scars by Heidi Coon
Long ago, before she was ever hunted by the beast,
She had only drank from the cool river of freedom.
One fateful day it happened; she was...

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Categories: appreciation, change, hope, inspirational,



Cross Species Awareness by Graphite Drug
Cross Species Awareness

Beneath a calm ocean, man watches a shark.
They are same in size, but one has advantage.
Man is wearing a wet suit and long...

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Categories: adventure, animal, environment, fish,

In The Celestial Music by M. L. Kiser
Celestial music rings,
riding waves,
in the ethers.
every note,
of every song,
does its aerial dance.

As voices in prayer dance;
reverberating rings, 
echo each soul’s song;
upon Etheric waves.
Every note, 
a...

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Categories: earth, nature, poems, poetry,

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,

Blue Ascendance by Mike Frampton
In the teasing bouts of an early spring,
One must have patience to watch a flower bloom
From the municipal bud to the ripe decor
From which pursed...

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Categories: allegory, death, introspection, life,

Dear Katrina by Mike Butler
The TV showed a tyrant tumbling towards our house.
I was weary and wanted to leave before it hit, but
My mom was too weak and too...

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Categories: natural disasters, mom, old,

A REMOTE REFUGE by Andrew Crisci
A calm morning with the nippiest breeze of October,
the moss-covered rocks shed the surf:
as it is thrown back into the tumultuous surge,
and on the glimmering...

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Categories: adventure, sea, seasons