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Short Telescope Poems

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

I wish I had a 
telescope to see the stars
again -- I miss them...

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Categories: telescope, poetry,
Form: Haiku

deep in the wide space
Hubble telescope image
jewels! all I say

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Categories: telescope, space, stars,
Form: Haiku
The telescope makes 
the craters on the surface 
of the moon so clear....

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Categories: telescope, nature,
Form: Haiku
Earthly Telescope
Earthly telescope
witnessing birth of new worlds
blessed are those who see

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Categories: telescope, nature
Form: Haiku
Premium Member upward

upward telescope
countless asteroids and stars
we are not alone

posted on October 2, 2018...

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Categories: telescope, mystery, sky, universe,
Form: Senryu

Premium Member seen

seen through telescope
countless asteroids and stars
~ crowding summer skies

posted on May 16, 2018...

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Categories: telescope, mystery, night, stars, universe,
Form: Haiku
i am untitled ii
he was a telescope
he had space and its galaxies in the palm of his hands
she just couldn't use the adjustors correctly...

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Categories: telescope, beauty, boy, girl, space,
Form: Haiku
A Galaxy for Chris
Chicago’s pall, leave behind.
Evanston’s smog,
			still, a hope.  Lone telescope – 

through the fog,   Faint light find,
			Andromeda’s call.

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Categories: telescope, emotions, faith, hope, life, loneliness, lost love,
Form: Blank verse
Urbain LeVerrier
Urbain LeVerrier In mathematics, he had his way. He said, “Point your telescope to the skies, that is where the planet Neptune lies”.

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Categories: telescope, history, science, space, planet,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Space In My Heart
There’s space in my heart for you, 
fall into the black holes of my eyes; 
A sensitive telescope to gaze through 
I can sing you the song of the sky.

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Categories: telescope, emotions, feelings, love, lust,
Form: Quatrain
Natural Satellite
M-oon moves unnoticed, 
P-lanet earth's telescope sees 
R-eflected light clear. 

Topic: Birthday of Mariel P. Rasonable (March 18) 
Form: Acrostic Haiku...

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Categories: telescope, birthday,
Form: Haiku
Untitled #335 / Astronomy club
Astronomy club. After school.
Search for moon in vain. Play with telescope. 
Stare at clouds. Learn to juggle.
Admire Mr. Milligan (Clym Yeobright)
and the invisible stars.

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Categories: telescope, education, introspection, life, mystery, school, space,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Soul Longing
Stretching and bending
mind and thought
just beyond reach
there is a need
to go yet farther.

Like the discovery of the telescope
there is the need for
a bigger telescope....

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© Uwe Stroh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: telescope, appreciation, desire, mystery,
Form: Free verse
(inspired by the poetry of Li Bai)

Beer I sip from a can
Stars tremble in my telescope
Drunk, I rise to fetch another can
New stars have entered my scope

©dbyrne April 2014

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Categories: telescope, addiction, allusion, analogy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Teriyaki Tepee
teriyaki tepee 
telegraphs telescope
temperamental tentacles
teasing testy antelope
televising tempting tempos
torturing terriers who mope
teriyaki tepee
you are the utter dope!

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Categories: telescope, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member City Scope
The city through my telescope,
A colorful kaleidoscope
Where chimneys smoke and lights collide
With crowded street and taxi ride,
Where magic ever near or far -
Illuminates its every star....

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Categories: telescope, 10th grade, 11th grade, city, color, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme
Roses are Red Violets are Blue
Roses are red, violets are blue
Through my telescope I spy on you
           But the idea was yours
          Even the unlocked doors 
Love thy neighbor is up for review

Feb 8, 2022


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Categories: telescope, valentines day,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Written Astronomy
The written universe
countless worlds of writers
billions of bright ideas
this telescope sees it all
celestial connections
unify the hearts
of readers and writers
with divine wishing stars

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Categories: telescope, dream, imagination, star, universe, write,
Form: Free verse
Alone with telescope
Astronomy's my rock.
Asteroids and planets
Availed on starry nites.
All moonlit sky above
Always awe inspiring.
Am sometimes overcome.


for Joseph May's contest....

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Categories: telescope, beauty, environment, moon,
Form: Pleiades
God save our Queen
The Queen was all in a muddle
Her motions were giving her trouble
She sent for the king
Too inspect her ring
With a telescope he nicknamed Hubble.

Tall Tales 1 Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Jeff Kyser...

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© John Read  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: telescope, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Attitude

So good things will get better I hope Life can still be difficult but so far we can cope Strained at times But ring those chimes It's looking much better through my telescope

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Categories: telescope, happiness,
Form: Limerick
Where Stars Are
By everyone else, he seemed quite a bother.
But to me, he wasn’t, couldn’t, isn’t;
He, like me, was often distant.
He wanted to look through my telescope at the stars,
but it was daylight - not where stars are....

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Categories: telescope, cousin, growing up, innocence, sky, space, star,
Form: Rhyme Royal
In the darkest moment, we still the light of hope
Are you going to use our telescope
Life is under a microscope
Nothing we can deal, nothing we can cope
Tr?n Minh Hi?n Hien Tran Orlando November 24, 2016...

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© hien tran  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: telescope, allusion,
Form: Quatrain

  it's telescope
  long range ...

  It's microscope
  what nobody sees ...

  It's magnifying glass
  that increases
  the chances and the
  sense of the word
  living ...!

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Categories: telescope, allusion, creation, literature, loss, metaphor, poetry, senses,
Form: Free verse
I am planting the tree of my best hope
To get back to my own feet of telescope
Are you painting your own microscope
Don't just assume anything about something to cope
Tr?n Minh Hi?n Hien Tran Orlando March 7, 2017...

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© hien tran  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: telescope, allusion,
Form: Quatrain