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Short Sapphic Stanza Poems

Short Sapphic Stanza Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short Sapphic Stanza poems by PoetrySoup poets. Search the short Sapphic Stanza poetry form by poem length and keyword.


Apology
I am an engineer

and a poet.

Please forgive me when that combination
offends you.

Thanks....

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Categories: wife,
Form: Sapphic stanza



Premium Member Ooh Ah
"Misery loves company," guaranteed the
Liberty of self-pity, gloriously
Wallowing in society's righteously
Greatest of taboos!...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: depression, emotions, sin,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Reciprocation
Aspens reaching skeletal fingers skyward
Grow the ancient boreal midnight mountain
reaching rooted primacy given taken
glorious prayer...

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Categories: night,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Premium Member Hither Page
Following the footsteps of famous poets,
Treasuring your favourite poems to
Find again that feeling of exultation,
Following humbly....

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: celebrity, emotions, poets,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Premium Member Sacrifice
Offering up poetry to be consumed
Publicly by members of society,
Resembles standing naked in the spotlight,
Caught in it hard glare....

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: light, poetry,
Form: Sapphic stanza



Premium Member Idle Tears
Falling teardrops seem almost irrelevant,
Emotional indulgence imitating
Children crying over some disappointment
That will not last....

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: children, cry, emotions,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Premium Member No Wonder
Piscean people have the reputation,
That is, those who typify human "fishes",
Of being slightly confused, perhaps more so
Those Feb. 29ers!...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confusion, february, humanity,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Spring in the quiet wood
The wood in spring quietly awaits sunlight
Wake up, wake up insists mother nature
End your gentle slumbering, winter has gone
Show us your beauty...

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Categories: nature, seasons
Form: Sapphic stanza
Premium Member Resurrection
Wake oh laggard sun and anoint a freed age.
Wake the guff and lose all allegiance primal. 
Roar and rise angelic at man's evolving
endlessly joyful.
...

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Categories: faith,
Form: Sapphic stanza
in praise of autumn
dancing icy underfoot crackle pathways
moonlight loves the feminine presence prescience
laughter singing prayerful chants of thank you
ritual nurture
...

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Categories: autumn, celebration, moon, nature, night,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Premium Member Nonsensical
Candy~peppermint taste good~pleasureful treat
Red and white exist together resplendent
Whimsical luscious  

First attempt at 
Sapphic Stanza...

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Categories: food,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Everything a boy would need
Father you are ev'rything a boy would need 
Strong and Patient, Distant but always ready
never lost in emotion Like my Mum was
Shame that I'm a girl...

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Categories: father, sad, mum, boy,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Enticing romance
Springtime, yellow daffodils nodding  gaily
Tulips open like poppies in the sunshine
Plush grass sprouting creating luscious cover
Enticing romance
...

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Categories: beautiful, spring, daffodils,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Premium Member Reality
Rainbows never reach for rational ends,
Moonlight never maintains its magical glow,
Happiness is hoping that however brief,
Rainbows will return.

...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: happy, magic, moon, rainbow,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Premium Member Falling Blossoms
Blossoms falling from above fragrantly to
Herald peaches promising future delights
Temptingly awaiting their ripening through
Blossoms that fall now....

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flower, fruit, future,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Springtime
Early Springtime actioning frantic flight path
Busy sparrows congregate nesting builders
Hedgerow rustling, twittering noises concur
Heralding new life...

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Categories: bird, spring,
Form: Sapphic stanza
SAPPHIC
Booze I love to take to forget about them
Pain and failure make me to feel dejected
right from time I hated to see oppression
       love is so treasured.
...

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Categories: life, love, love,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Premium Member What Freedom
Grant me freedom, freedom to be what I choose
Do what does not injure the lives of others
Have what I create or exchange not plunder
Not free lunch title...

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Categories: freedom,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Beauty Of Nature : alliteration
Gazelles grazing gaily on golden green grass
Glaciers glittering gold like gleaming glass
Gardens glowing with Gulmohur and Gold stars
Golden gifts of God....

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Categories: beauty, nature,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Premium Member Sapphic Stanza
Sapphic works are hard for a novice writer.
Tricky is the fact of the meter changes.
Stress or non it can but confuse the reader.
Writhes here  my sapphic....

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Categories: on writing and words,
Form: Sapphic stanza
steadfast
Waiting only forces the old wounds open - 
suffer, silent, pray that the guards will falter,
standing vigilant at mistrusting doorways;
ego, their master.
...

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Categories: angst, life, love,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Sabbat
Chanting witches stirring the magic potion,
Cackling, dancing, spinning and wildly leaping,
Naked, frenzied, writhing and fortune telling:
Night of the Sabbat.
...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fantasy,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Seeking
scented maidens meander lovers ogling 
gardens blossom colorful springtime warming
tender flowers butterflies drinking nectar
everyone seeking


27.4.2015...

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Categories: spring,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Living Ocean
Shining through the light on the water gleaming
Golden jewelry sparkles like diamonds cresting
Waves o’er waves of tapestry woven, breathing
Ocean is living
...

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Categories: ocean,
Form: Sapphic stanza
Premium Member My Dear Friend
Just like old times there's her familiar features
Peeking shyly up from the snow-clad earth,
Hair adorned with circlet of dainty flowers.
Beautiful Springtime....

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Categories: best friend, flower, hair, spring, sun,
Form: Sapphic stanza