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Stride Poems - Poems about Stride

Stride Poems - Examples of all types of poems about stride 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 stride.
Premium Member Mocking Dance of the Dead
...Written: September 19, 2023 Mocking The Dead Poetry Contest Sponsored by: Silent One "Do not be afraid of death. Death transforms to something wider. Death is where it all......Read More
Categories: stride, analogy, bereavement, death, giggle,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Midnight Cosmic Embrace
... Written: September 16, 2023 _____________________________________________________________ In the dilatory embrace of midnight dance, Amid gloom and shadows, we bore a chance. Akin......Read More
Categories: stride, analogy, appreciation, beauty, cute
Form: Rhyme
I Saw Your Portrait in the Face of a Stranger
...It was in smudged oil pastel; Soft to the glare and rough to the delicate brush of flesh. In your eyes were the starry night skies that Van Gogh never let go. But above all: your gait, your stride......Read More
Categories: stride, art, death, grief, mental
Form: Free verse
Love Is A Conversation With You
...Love is a conversation with you, Words whispered softly, emotions true. In the language of hearts, we share our dreams, A symphony of feelings, or so it seems. Each word is major please a brush......Read More
Categories: stride, image, imagery,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Path of Justice - A Poetic Journey
... Written: September 09, 2023 ______________________________________________________________ In the area of dominion, where elitism wields Altruism flickers as a beam of light in the......Read More
Categories: stride, analogy, appreciation, change, fear,
Form: Rhyme

Word Vomit V1
...Walking through the streets of downtown, I find there’s something—Or someone, following my steps like a nagging fly, always around the corner, just out of reach Can’t seem to smack it out of the a......Read More
Categories: stride, angst, childhood, death, emotions,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Follow Me
... My thoughtstreams fire a myriad of ways I'm distracted if you adjust your gaze Do you follow me, get what I mean? Does this make sense? Phew! I feel seen I watch and hear the obvious chat ......Read More
Categories: stride, anxiety,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Cruise
...Written: September 08, 2023 Bite Size Poem No71 Sponsored by: Line Gauthier ________________________________________________________________ On dista......Read More
Categories: stride, allusion, appreciation, ocean,
Form: Rhyme
To Walk With God Again
...To walk with God again, a sacred desire, Through life's winding paths, higher and higher. In His presence, we find solace and grace, A journey of faith, a divine embrace. The steps we take, wit......Read More
Categories: stride, image, imagery, imagination, religious,
Form: Free verse
A Bird Overheard
...Upon this path, where winter greets a footpath walker's stride, a robin's voice affects me so for what I hear implied. He echoes language through the woods with words no man can say. Ensnarin......Read More
Categories: stride, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Exploring Panic
...If troubles were akin to veils, which on their own do not one blind, when multiplied can quickly smother, overwhelming smothered mind. But tearing off these piling veils, is not piled order in......Read More
Categories: stride, anxiety, depression, imagery, meaningful,
Form: Rhyme
Highlights from Highland Manor
...Highlights from Highland Manor Courtesy Goofus and Gallant who began their broadly-drawn moral plays in the 1950s, initially depicted as identical twins, but later on, editors for Highlight......Read More
Categories: stride, adventure, age, animal, celebration,
Form: Rhyme
Mature Reflections
...Life's a winding road we stroll, Not short but late in wisdom's role, In youth, we chase what's bright and bold. As years pass by, our journey's stride, In maturing hearts, our dreams reside, ......Read More
Categories: stride, blessing,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Under My Umbrella
... Since I walked back home every day from school, my mother had made for me the golden rule: in the rainy season an umbrella in my bag I must carry though it might make it sag. It sta......Read More
Categories: stride, happy, rain,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member So that you shall be blessed
...So that you shall be blessed I pray more than you are aware For you because you are A friend of many friends. May age not break your stride. Remember all of your days And on your tongue have ......Read More
Categories: stride, friendship, happiness, prayer,
Form: Rhyme

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