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Short Swathing Poems

Short Swathing Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Swathing by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Swathing by length and keyword.

Premium Member Animal Symphony
 Large red harvest moon
hangs over the prairie fields
swathing in neat orderly rows
reflect from the moon's bright glow
dust hangs heavily in the air
as harvest season has begun
deer gather for a bountiful yield
while moose call into the night
with the howling coyote cry
while the crickets harmonize
with the croaking frogs song
the full moon has a symphony
of wild animal song.


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Categories: swathing,
Form: Free verse

The Full Moon
A full moon 
Swathing white light
The illuminating ethereal fire
Rests upon and rest beneath
Amidst a midnight forest
Where silence calms the restless trees
The unearthly glow has a story to tell
For those whose manifestation is brought in question
Accept the light that is a reflection of the day
Drink its wisdom and immerse in its wonder
Yet tomorrow is another day
As the heart grows dimmer, the moon’s phase wanes

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Categories: swathing, life, light, moon,
Form: Free verse
To Louisa:
Life showed us immense kindness when
One day, a princess was born into our home
Uniting estranged brothers,  nay, brethren
Into one hive, into one honeycomb
Solomon, Henry, Paul and Stephen
All brothers of yours
Armed themselves morning till evening
Brooms swathing at insects by the gross
Revelry revealed in our victory dances
Aunty wakes up in anger to shut us up
Halting our steps and prances
A queen you were born to be
Mom is proud of you; so are we...

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Categories: swathing, angel,
Form: Acrostic