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Star Sestina Poems

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


THE HOLY GRAIL by Richard Gumede
"Let there be light", and lighted was the globe
That was when no-one was needed to pray-
and pay for the things, even a dry wood
Nowadays everything...

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Categories: longing, power,

Star Of The Roundup by M. L. Kiser
A cowboy’s life’s not easy,
as he rides across the range.
His bed roll on the saddle; 
his spurs, they bang and clang.
A campfire is his cook...

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Categories: character, cool, horse, imagery,



The dancer by Elvis Wanjohi
She stretched her hand out into the sky 
As if she was pulling the sun's rays into her palms. 
Her legs moved with such grace,...

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Categories: 12th grade, africa,

Premium MemberCelebarating The Adventure Of Advent: A collaboration with Kai Michael Neumann by Steven Henderson
Universal elegy grieves and yet embraces shifts of paradigm
New beginnings consciousness initiates comprehends and thus proceeds from
Illusion’s delusion collusions misconceptions in the irritating
Vortex whirlpool immanent...

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Categories: adventure, community, universe,

The Bestseller by Luka Obradovic
It’s easy for them not to try
when their love shines as bright as the Northern Star.
I’m thinking about you and I can’t stop
wishing you were...

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Categories: abuse, dark, horror, lonely,

Premium MemberThe Stars and Beyond by Sandra Haight
As we speculate the clear evening sky
Iridescent with jewels which we call stars,
Alive in our hearts stir the endless dream
To unwind and solve the mysteries...

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Categories: space, stars,

Private Eyes Invasive Eyes by M. L. Kiser
 Everywhere, in dark and light, 
are always watching eyes.
Way out in space, 
glowing orbs, 
some of gold; 
watch through celestial layers.

Sift through the layers,...

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Categories: metaphor, poems, poetry, sky,

Premium MemberHoneyed Spider Web by Sara Kendrick
Drawn into the honeyed spider web
Like a hungry fly searching for food
Zap, trapped in a web of lies strown
Love words thrown out like stars above
A...

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Categories: emotions,

Lifes Rotations by M. L. Kiser
Universes of time, aged stars;
Silent and bright, how they swirl.
Each one lights its own corner of the heavens;
each stands as one body;
serving the universe, alone.
They...

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Categories: age, introspection, life, poetry,

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,

A Boatful of Hope by Adam Adhistian
Day has sunk and the old fisherman, like a well-trained athlete, rows his rugged boat.
Defying starry night's turbulent waves,
It cruises seaward, smooth and swift, like...

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Categories: boat, daughter, family, father,

Darkness by Sandra Adams
somewhere in the depths of self
pity holds a child tight
mind spills her dreams
on star-filled nights
and reflections of yesterdays
echo through mirrored smiles

through framed glass i trace...

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Categories: childhood, confusion, life, child,

Premium Member'The Wakening World by Debbie Guzzi
The Wakening World

A new world spins kaleidoscopic, a whorl of color in revolt.
Oceans quake, molding into fissures of tectonic hunger,
ravaging the deep, stirring the primal...

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Categories: devotion, education, hope, mystery,

STAGE CENTRE by Helen Murray
Christmas Sestina: Stage Centre!

A Child is born!  Of Life this is beginning.
His cup is to defend the truth and right.
A stable now becomes of...

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Categories: childhood, faith, history, inspirational,

Premium MemberRevel Joyfully by Carolyn Devonshire
It was on a cold night in Bethlehem that hope was born
A babe lay in a manger as angels sang joyfully
Above the nativity a star...

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Categories: happiness, holiday, upliftingnight, birth,

Premium MemberEm Bracing the Joy by Carrie Richards
All those High School years, she stared at smiles
and would envy those, lined up in rows
shoulder to shoulder, enjoying the carefree days.
They with porcelain jewels,...

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Categories: childhood, happinesslife, school, life,

Wishing to Hold Her Hand by Travis Tapley
How I greet thee star with my wish tonight!

Will you grant me a twinkle from your sky,

Do I dare dream upon your beauty bright?

Burning like...

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Categories: lovefor her, words, me,

INSPIRATION SPARKS WHEN by Andrew Crisci
Inspiration sparks when
a shooting star crosses
the starry, twinkling Heavens,
revealing its gradeur, beauty and sadness;
and if we follow it to its destination...
where it will finally land.


Inspiration...

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Categories: adventure, fantasy, happiness, imagination,

A VOLUPTUOUS NIGHT by Andrew Crisci
Sorrowful and lonely lover,
glance over the weeping roses that
the April' rain lulls to despair;
pick them from the garden, where we made love;
O sweetest and most...

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Categories: lost love, love

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,