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Stone Poems - Poems about Stone

Stone Poems - Examples of all types of poems about stone 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 stone.
Premium Member Barbarossa II
...As Barbarossa roars into the East. its southern bard cut swiftly to the core. And as it raged the slaughtering increased, consuming any force that stood before. His swift barrage devoured the ran......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, world war ii,
Form: Crown of Sonnets

The End
...I know this feeling ... Like a metal rusting ... Like a thread pulling apart with every pull ... Like a stone eroding to soil .. I have felt this wind blow more times than I can remember ... I f......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, break up, emotions, grief,
Form: Free verse
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...What else is there? We are but stones skipping across the water. And like the stone We can't change direction and go back, The past is beyond our reach. We can never change it.  And like the ......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To which image should we cling
...Line of inquiry: “We have been here a thousand times before Memory erased, each time we begin anew Of hands held tenderly, we’ve lost the score Each embrace virgin like fresh morning dew To ......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, birth,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member home again
...poetry cascading over a rock slide gently grinds it into sand a lot of stone in my heart the rhythm stops it's a red flag word murmurations have disconnected flown the coup and scattered ......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, lost,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member The Plural Sky and the Temptation of Its Mirrored Eyes
... I melt into the plural sky its rippling tableaus of tomorrow underneath open light waves see-saws the labyrinth like Delphi tendrils crossing channels all the changing faces played automati......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, i am, muse,
Form: Free verse
Riding the lightening - continued
...continued from part 1 Through corridors of steel and stone Her steps begin to trace. To face the fate that's now her own. With dignity and grace The guards around her, stern and tall Ye......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, mother son,
Form: Ballad
number 8
...i am the one they call number 8 you'll find me writing in the empty space rough, black scribbles in a white background it helps to block out the noise i don't know how old i am ......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, dream,
Form: Free verse
The Hungry Stones XIII
...To office when I rushed to ask old Khan, To tell me meaning if at all of all, And what I learnt from the old man was this: A story of countless unrequited, Unfulfilled longings, lurid flames ......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Divine Master
...The divine master is many things: He is a monolith to which we pray; He is the light and he is the way; He’s in each and every place - Like the commandments we shan’t debase. The divine maste......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, philosophy, self,
Form: Rhyme
...Beneath the velvet cloak of the midnight sky, A solitary dreamer stands, wondering why. City lights flicker, a distant hum, Eyes wide open, yet senses numb. Streets stretch out like rivers of c......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, romance, romantic,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member That Was Then, This is Now
...Your paradigm's a relic, a plea from data's cemetery, While I sculpt luminaries on screens, a sable sea. "Company loyalty," a myth, spun in your reverie, But AI forges kingdoms, in ephemeral memor......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, dad, daughter, father daughter,
Form: Sestina
Premium Member Albatross Feather in Jeopardy
... Written: April 18, 2024 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Another atrocity: letting stone or lime tears slick. A majestic sight—an albatross-nurturing chick. Midway......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, analogy, appreciation, bird,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member LIFE
... Life with it's ups and down's I love you day and night Family and friends make Every moment extra special......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, day, family, friend, love,
Form: Acrostic
Sonnet to the Empty Grave - a Spenserian sonnet
... The love of God is a priceless blessing An affection mightier than fire Empty grave; the saints, forever singing To die for me was his greatest desire Shall I liken Christ to any desire? The......Read the rest...
Categories: stone, mystery, religious, thanksgiving,
Form: Sonnet

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