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Stones Poems - Poems about Stones

Stones Poems - Examples of all types of poems about stones 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 stones.
A witty moment
...Month December had brought paddy harvest too. Father was busy in the field for harvesting. I was called to give tea for him and his crew We......Read More
Categories: stones, 9th grade,
Form: Rhyme

Bantu Spares
...I quite enjoyed writing these two line poems for the Bantu contest - the idea of the call and response with two different statements but the same sensory response to each line. A bit like a game of M......Read More
Categories: stones, imagination,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member Bantu
...Neighbor's gossip carried like stones in the wind. Glass houses shatter. 3/22/23 Contest: Write Bantus Poetry Contest Sponsor: Suzanne Delaney......Read More
Categories: stones, betrayal, metaphor,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member NEMESIS
...You could give a look to slay those that choose to disobey. You could choose sticks and stones and warn your enemy with crossbones. You could trick, trip and roll your eyes, bid the trai......Read More
Categories: stones, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Fallen King
...Near a hallowed grave, Under a clouded moon. The lonely Minstrel plays, A very somber tune. The last resting place, Of a fallen King. Betrayed by royal blood, He felt the dagger's sting. ......Read More
Categories: stones, grave, moon, song,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Nature
...The heart of the meadow is a solitude of wonder that stretches to the horizon where a red ribbon offers the awakening dawn in a paradise of glorious glow that reflect in my eyes of wonder Wher......Read More
Categories: stones, nature,
Form: Free verse
Son of McIntyre
...He’s got his black hat on. the one that lights the path. He’s got his lunchbox. the one that arms him well. he has got on his straps and is wearing his wrath. his hands are broken, his body to......Read More
Categories: stones, analogy,
Form: Free verse
The Ghost and the romance of the Nighthag by FD Ravenskraft
...The Ghost and the Romance of Nighthags by FD F.D. Ravenskraft as I sleep, I'm seeing her weep but in an angry release choking me to my deceased the madness of being hovering over me I see th......Read More
Categories: stones, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Third Station of the Cross
...Weak and tired I fall on rough cobbled stones. Blood oozed down my face across my cheekbones. My knees are bruised and pain spreads from my brain, The wooden bar hurt my back again. Man must l......Read More
Categories: stones, bible,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Peacekeeper
...With governments holding hands with goals to protect the war zones A peacekeeper takes her place Amidst the rubble and stones She does several missions such as patrols With armor to her vest......Read More
Categories: stones, appreciation,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member That's What They Say
...They say... Still waters run deep... Then why are there so many shallow people? When it rains it pours... Usually the day after I wash my truck. Walk softly and carry a big stick... Or wa......Read More
Categories: stones, america, cheer up,
Form: Free verse
...I think of my ancestors building you, Tying and placing tree-trunks, like girders, in queue; They constructed you, then, with stones, Twisted, turned, criss-crossed, hung, dangled in zones; Road ......Read More
Categories: stones, relationship,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member 1942 Bataan Death March
...THEY MARCHED* for miles in blistering heat THEY MARCHED with nothing to drink or eat THEY MARCHED as soldiers, Filipinos alike, THEY MARCHED over trails others had hiked BLOOD FILLED the path of ......Read More
Categories: stones, anger, appreciation, memorial,
Form: Rhyme
The Legendary Kingdom Of Florida
...You can almost swim across large parts of Florida, swim and walk a few steps and then plunge again into the cool sexual embrace of yet another blue swimming pool. You can almost cross the peninsul......Read More
Categories: stones, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...Max came to town the same week my father left. It was a good week for me and a tough one for Mom. Her hair was stringy and her eyes were puffy. You could tell there was a void in her heart that neede......Read More
Categories: stones, childhood,
Form: Haibun

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