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Spring Sestina Poems

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


Winter sestina by Lesley Morris
Winter sestina								
on summer nights she cupped love in her heart
tasted the honey of a gentle kiss
and the heat of an exotic garden,
she roamed in a...

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Categories: time,

Sestina Title 1A by james friske
Often after the fallen snow is swept, glory
Is found when the treading surface is clear.
A light dusting is a breeze to remove. For heavy slush...

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Categories: nature,



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,

Premium MemberFlying by Richard Jordan
FLYING

Before I ever thought of age
I dreamed of running through the woods
And lifting my feet from the ground and flying.
Only a few inches up, not...

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Categories: age, flying,

Lament The Loss and Nurture Hope by M. L. Kiser
Drought cooks a garden; 
foliage’s veins and arteries burn.
One wonders if rain will return; 
the ground, an abstract of cracks.
Baked by the sunlight, 
plants retreat;...

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Categories: earth, environment, nature, poems,

Premium MemberA Changing Heart by Ruth Sabath Rosenthal
Longing for heart-quiet
in the inevitable fall
into Winter’s short days of sun
forwarding to Spring’s
longer days — a circling back
in the sameness of time.

Heart-and-mind-numbing time
with no respite....

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Categories: absence, autumn, conflict, easter,

Gardener's Labor by Morgan Sully
The bitter lips of wind kiss veiny petals
between the moon licked eyes so close
it forms a bond of sinew riddles 
that only seem to be...

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Categories: beauty, care, creation, earth,

My Sources Of Joy by Darrin Funk
In slowing my breath I embody delight.
My mind is peacefully still, comforted
in meditation by compassionate warmth.
I am consumed by effortless pleasure,
enraptured and filled with a...

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Categories: happinessme, me,

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,

Premium MemberThe Joy of Mother's Love by Barbara Gorelick
It begins with the joy of giving birth
Continues even after the moment of death
Life, like the scope of all man's music
Opening and closing passages of...

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Categories: life, lovejoy, life, time,

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,

Premium MemberInner Child by Paula Swanson
In the unrestrained laughter of children,
is the exalted, purity of joy.
Just seeing that first Crocus of the Spring
or kittens, their antics, exuberant.
You can't help but...

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Categories: animals, childhood, family, happiness,

Premium MemberOde To Joy Of Changing Seasons by Sara Kendrick
Sunlight at an angle dancing through colored leaves
Cool nights to snuggle beneath the sheets; warm days of ease
Last of gardens harvest; goodbye to summer's bees
Joyful...

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Categories: animals, happiness, hope, life,

Premium MemberJoy Of Different Seasons (Worst) by Sara Kendrick
Sunlight at an angle dancing through colored leaves
Cool nights to snuggle beneath the sheets; warm days of ease
Last of gardens harvest; goodbye to summer's bees
Joyful...

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Categories: animals, life, nature, seasonswinter,

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,

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,

Premium MemberThe Heart of Poverty by Debbie Guzzi
Once upon a time, mother was gifted new life.
Reformed, reborn the second child to poverty, 
through the coldness of a Maine winter came beauty.
A fair...

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Categories: anniversary, caregiving, childhood, daughter,

ROXY, THE ROTTWEILER by Andrew Crisci
Roxy as the loudest rottweiler in Waterbury, an historic town in Connecticut,
Roxy was a vigilante dog, which never let a stranger or a burglar in;
once...

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Categories: death, dedication, devotion, food,

MY IRREPRESSIBLE AWE by Andrew Crisci
My irrepressible awe is clearly seen
in the colors of the seasons,
when all becomes veneration,
at the sight of every superb constellation,
which stands above me like Heaven,
to...

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Categories: faith, nature, visionaryme, me,

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,