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Spanish Poems | Examples of Spanish Poetry

Spanish Poems - Examples of all types of spanish poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for spanish.

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Premium Member The noble sunflower
They stood in the bright Andalucian sunlight The noble sunflowers with stance upright Massed yellow ranks portray solidarity Faces and heights display uniformity Unquestioning loyalty to the hot sun First the seeds are sown and their hearts are won Swaying in...Read More
Categories: flower, spanish,
Form: Rhyme

You raise me up
«You raise me up» «You raise me up» played on the radio It made me feel good, and just a little bit sad Sad because when we lift each other up We raise us up, by lowering someone else Those...Read More
Categories: spanish, america, black african american,
Form: Free verse
Believe it or not
The Munro and Corbett mountain peaks contest Current events dictates social distancing Squire Cavendish was expecting some protest Twenty four paired challengers were competing Marshalls prepared alerting the contestants (Isolation bubbles strictly adhered to) Reiterating the rules and enforcements Alarmingly, a small...Read More
Categories: conflict, spanish,
Form: Rhyme
Thoughts on a Spanish mountainside
Grey cotton wool clouds enfold the mountain tops, Creeping forward like an army on the move. Now and then, dropping their wet cargo On vegetation, withered from long months of sun. Gusts of wind carry fragments of birdsong, Rejoicing in...Read More
Categories: spanish, growth, life, mountains, nature,
Form: Prose
Amor imposible
“The path we're taking is not a road, Kiyo, it's a pier, and it ends someplace where the sea begins. It can't be helped.” ? Yukio Mishima I will not love you. I have read all your thoughts...Read More
Categories: anxiety, emotions, spanish,
Form: Free verse

The Prado Thieves
I noticed her limp immediately when she sat next to me on the bench in the park outside of the Prado. I inquired about her deep brown eyes behind her octagonal glasses that looked sad and defeated. “I was robbed here...Read More
Categories: spanish, allegory, corruption, courage, culture,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Faith that endangers and saves
Faith that endangers and saves It was 1988, Bogota, Colombia, during the time of (La Violencia) the 40 year war of insurgents against the government. At the same time Pablo Escobar was wreaking havok, killing and...Read More
Categories: spanish, christian, community, faith, god,
Form: Haibun
Lands and Empires
Kingdoms and countries fill the earth, King and Queen, Prince and Princess wisely Reign empire with providence sovereignty, Royal rank, authority, and power with ties key. Ancient Egyptian Empire also Hittite and Babylonian Large empires Assyrian, Persian, and Median realms...Read More
Categories: america, england, political, spanish,
Form: Rhyme
The Learning Curve
A young girl with the Spanish Fly Decided it was, "Do or die" Could she fit in So many men? There was nothing to do but try!...Read More
Categories: culture, spanish, women,
Form: Limerick
Unpopular Questions Number 3 of 2020
Glorious Spain after 1492, and the cost Long forgotten, but for Bartolomeo de Las Casas O the lie of OUR WORK ETHIC! How did Catholic Iberia Rule the Americas (1492 -1898), dominate Europe? You can rule, too, if you...Read More
Categories: spanish, america, bible, england, history,
Form: Acrostic
Unasked questions hide truths from you Asking them offers hope Why did the East long shun Europe Until post - '92 [1492] ...Read More
Categories: spanish, america, education, hindi, history,
Form: Quatrain
Fire crackles from within the aged wood-stove as the curandera reads from her book of recipes. Her rusted voice echoes around her old hut as she recounts the moments of her youth starting with, “When...Read More
Categories: food, hurt, mother, spanish,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Grandad's secret lemon tree
Skirting church on Puig de Missa, then down the slope towards the river, St Eularia's Rui, with path that winds on to the sea. Past the smelly goats, where poking little fingers get nibbled, and goat-dribbled through the fence. Billy...Read More
Categories: spanish, grandfather, grandson, river, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Nicanor Parra Sandoval translation: Advice to Young Poets
Advice to Young Poets by Nicanor Parra Sandoval loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch Youngsters, write however you will in your preferred style. Too much blood flowed under the bridge for me to believe there’s just one acceptable path. In poetry everything’s permitted. Originally published...Read More
Categories: spanish, mentor, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: Free verse
Why We Will Overcome Covid19
I Siblings, we will overcome, COVID-19 And most anything by growing as human (Jennifer Proxenos's POTD inspired my writing) Again about this pandemic in perspective II Remember the American Indians? Yes Hernan Cortez and Francisco Pizzaro killed many But many more were killed...Read More
Categories: spanish, appreciation, bible, death, england,
Form: Didactic

Specific Types of Spanish Poems

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