Short Nepal Poems
Short Nepal Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Nepal by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Nepal by length and keyword.
There was a man fom Nepal
There was a man from Nepal
Who loved to play football
He kicked it one day
It flew far away
Scoring a goal in Senegal...
I, a sexy fly on my teenager’s wall
Eager to hear what she'd say when he'd call
For times were bad
And I was scared
That she'd try to run away to Nepal
Limerick She blew topless on Sea Anne Anne
nepal, fun, humor,
Limerick: She blew topless on Sea Anne-Anne
She blew topless on Sea Anne-Anne
When her anchor sank in hurry-can(e)
Then quaked Nepal earth
No way to hide girth
Since wears smile and lets down her man(e).
© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2015
Over Ambition of Human
nepal, tribute, war,
Natural disasters are unstoppable disasters
No way to ignore and go away from them
But additional tension man-made disasters
No limitation of aches grow in innocent heart
In fact, the symbol of over ambition of human.
GOD SAVE NEPAL
nepal, allah, angel, beauty, birth, change, character, community,
My heart goes to them
To our brethren in Kathmandu
God save them
And their country
You are all in our praying time
In the history of Sulu archipelago
And Brunei they are the hero
They are good people and loyal too.
I love you Nepal. Let's sail together. Layag Sug!
World Brought From Afar
nepal, earth, environment, nature, ocean, rain, water, world,
World Brought From Afar
Wherever I am, the world comes to me.
I speak not of cyberspace but from connections much older than we.
Through the air I breathe with dust perchance from Nepal;
Water from oceans, as snow or rain from clouds it will fall;
Food in particular, even arctic char;
All these bring me the world naturally from afar.
Nagacourt, Nepal 2003
The hawk lay upon the lazy late afternoon
Floating, circling, spiraling, ever downward.
Its wings spread wide, white feather-tips splayed.
It teetered on the updraft
above the terraced alluvial plains
in the lea of the Himalayas.
Landing with a compression of desire
upon the crumbling limestone outcropping,
It stood preening.
For the next breeze.
By Any Other Name
nepal, butterfly, nature,
In Spain, it’s mariposa.
In Poland, you’ll hear motyl.
One says borboleta in balmy Brazil.
Pulali are a plenty around exotic Nepal.
“Come here pretty farfalla!” in Italy,
You would call.
Hawaiians sight pulelehuas
While strolling in the sand.
A child would chase a chocho if home is in Japan.
No matter how one says or spells it,
I always breathe a sigh,
Every time I behold a beautiful butterfly.
The Earth Cracked
The earth cracked in Nepal,
with fire and shame
And thousands lay dead,
in the mountains and plains
Her crust was ripped open,
a heart now exposed
And lives were reclaimed,
from a heaven deposed
The story for mystics,
a legend say some
As nature demanded,
for things that we’d done
Her climate infected,
and sky ringed in black
Our future as payment,
—with no turning back
(Villanova Pennsylvania: April, 2015)...
Ideas, Ideals Flow From 'A Poet's Worth'
"Laughter the best medicine" it's said
A humorous poem was displayed
"Love is in the air" so 'tis said
A romantic poem captivated feelings
" Lies, lies, lies" is all that's said
The political poem expressed those wrongs
"The death toll reaches 5,000 in Nepal"
A poet views the scenes appalled
Laughter, romance, political unrest
News, views, stars, clearly expressed
A poet wears many hats
Ideas, ideals, keep flowing out
Written: May 27, 2015...
The crow's fierce warning message rings
Echoes across the dale
the Dove's peaceful cooing cascades
Silky sweet as a veil
Over here-a caws the crow
As the roosters join in
Songbirds unnamed awake from slumber
In soft chorus songs blend
What does this day hold for each
of God's animal kingdom
Will the Dove raise her family
To the phylum add some
Nepal mourns her dead family
Recovery a long slow event
The deaths, grief, life crosses ...