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Stele Poems - Poems about Stele

Stele Poems - Examples of all types of poems about stele to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for stele.

Premium Member The Rosetta Stone
...The past is made of ashes stoked by the warm fires from what was once the present. They lay before me in the fireplace—heaped together, delicate and formless—with a bittersweet taste, soft color, and......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, inspiration, wisdom,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Likeness Ssenekil: Part 1
...*Image of Many Meanings by KWC. Likeness ssenekiL: Part 1 (HOMONYMS: Homophones & Homographs) He'll heal his heel. They sow so they sew......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, word play,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Alone In Scary Silence
...The moon veiled in a web darkness; bejeweled in radiance starkness, to delve into the dark only the prince of darkness. I was alone in the silence weaves, while childish, I walk thr......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, allusion, child, scary,
Form: Rhyme
And the Mothers Weep
...AND THE MOTHERS WEEP by JOHN M. ARRIBAS A young lanky sod buster with no place to go Thought things would be better in San Antonio Jo......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, anger, angst, death, eulogy,
Form: Rhyme
The Come and Go Pattern Forms the Present and Past
...Everything in this world is ever on change fast; The come and go pattern forms the present and past. Historic sites are preserved everywhere on landscape; And now we can climb and visit them in in......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, change, history,
Form: Rhyme

The Love of Tiamat
...behold now everything on this earth; the fields with abundance of grain, palm-grove harvests rich and fruitful, the forests that separate kingdoms and the fires that scorch them; ......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, mythology,
Form: I do not know?
On My Death
...To the gravedigger, dear sir let the ivy grow and the rain fall in the stele As a flower fall from Eden, I hear the angels sing While I slightly twist and turn in the God’s acre, so deep. Erstwhi......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, absence, death, fate, goodbye,
Form: Elegy
Circumspice 5
...Part 5 -- Si Monumentum Requiris … Some tattered banners (from the Crimean War? so who on earth was fighting – and what for?) That Holman Hunt thing, over on the right, with Jesus and His lan......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, history, , memorial,
Form: Couplet
The Sullivans
...THE SULLIVANS, 1942 by JOHN M. ARRIBAS It was a cold blustery day in Waterloo An Iowan winter with not much to do A silent military mission was underway Three warriors here with a chi......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, memorial day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Did I Say What I Said You Said
...Did I say What I said You said You said looking a little forlorn a little redundant the contradicting crosses in your eyelashes thrusting forth the brazen prophet in you for the da......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, grief, humanity, metaphor, psychological,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Ad Amore, Ii
...Beatrice Discerno in te come s'agona la libertate onde 'l superno seme da la fatal famiglia vi disclona. Ora viatico non sia teco la spe......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, angel, beauty, blessing, innocence,
Form: Terza Rima
Books Etched In Stone
...The community cemetery adjoined the rear fence-line of his property. Broad, rolling green acres landscaped with varieties of shrubbery and trees. Monuments in lines, rows, and diagonal patterns. ......Read the rest...
Categories: stele, appreciation, memory, remember,
Form: Prose Poetry

Book: Shattered Sighs