Water Sestina Poems

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


View from the Shore by David Siegel
View from the Shore
By David E. Siegel
Copyright (c) 2004


 
Above the lake, the angry clouds are ranked
Darkening the day with threats of rain.
Below, the wind...

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Categories: emotions, image, life, sky,

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,



DREAM CHASER by Samuel Opara
A dull Christmas eve, still it was better than most
I’d heard of winter and snow in places far away
Of cold and frozen waters and rains...

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Categories: adventure, black african american,

Lost Love Begins by Earl Schumacker
Lost love where lust begins to rise 
Relationships build on betrayals honesty
Grown in the mushroom dark         ...

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Categories: adventure, change, conflict, death,

Premium MemberThe Sweet Faced Ones with Nothing Left Inside by Phillip Garcia
My path beyond the shores of time
from life to there are maritime ripples.
Harrowing blades of rain
hammered from storm-clouds shatter puddles
of glass to rolling streams of...

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Categories: depression,

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,

FOUR ELEMENTS AND THE INVISIBLE CREATOR by Richard Gumede
The imagination of the Creator
Brought to life the unknown and invisible
Shot out was the atomic ball of fire
That was inflated and sustained by wind
The outcome...

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Categories: art, beauty, gospel, world,

Sestina for a Forgotten Cousin Midget by Jeff Reed
Sestina for a Forgotten Cousin Midget

Kids are midgets
Like gnats, infested around the water
Melons buried in ice
Moms mixing up grape and lime Kool-Aid
Smoke smolders from reddened...

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Categories: family,

Premium MemberDeath Undignified, Fort Laramie 1860 by Debbie Guzzi
High noon in Fort Laramie, the summer sun is oppressive.
A whalebone corset digs into my body’s tender parts.
Peering from the shop, my hand touching the...

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Categories: memory,

Days of our lives by Josefina Costales
We spend our lives from solstice to solstice,

creatures caught in a trap hidden by darkness

stuck in a wheel of fortune spinning in no direction 

in...

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Categories: angst, how i feel,

The Nearsighted Dragon by M. L. Kiser
To celebrate his new glasses,
home a nearsighted dragon, did fly.
the doctor had truly, helped his sight.
A party he’d throw, full of savories; 
on many delicacies,...

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Categories: humor, myth,

Nature Music by M. L. Kiser
Land, sky and sea, sing their songs.
Land sings of rich soil, for growing seeds; 
as the silvery sea,
sounds its gurgling waters.
It sings a medley to...

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Categories: beach, earth, earth day,

Navigating Dreamtime Waters by M. L. Kiser
My boat glides,
upon silvery waters, 
to the distant shore 
and below the depths, 
there are no limits or borders; 
I won’t allow them in my...

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Categories: dream, poems, poetry, spiritual,

Unsung - A Sestina by Paddi March

My brother, Lincoln Beachey, made my life a wonder,
Mother's eyes were full of him and loved how he was bold	
I was the shadow elder son...

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Categories: brother, celebrity, courage, dream,

Ball of Joy by Alexandra Romanyshyn
She remembers the night they met at the ball.
He asked her to dance by the Gatsbian pool.
She remembers the sight of women who tear
their clothes...

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Categories: anger, birth, body, desire,

Premium MemberDeath Undignified by Debbie Guzzi
The summer sun was high. The heat was oppressive.
A whalebone corset dug into my body's tender parts.
Peering from the shop, my hand touches the pane
of...

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Categories: cowboy-western, introspection, life, baby,

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 MemberUPbeat by Debbie Guzzi

Before there was a world or a word 
there was unfathomable loneliness
in the gaseous expanse of pin pricked night
an infinite course of vibrations, sound
nascent, coalescing,...

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Categories: god, inspirational, introspection, longing,

Premium MemberDeath Undignified, Fort Laramie 1860 by Debbie Guzzi
The summer sun was high. The heat was oppressive.
The whalebone corset dug into the body's tender parts.
Peering from the shop, my hand touching the pane
of...

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Categories: baby, children, horse, me,

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,