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Sundown Poems - Poems about Sundown

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Quiet Retreat
...Quiet Retreat ''Quiet lake, mountain retreat --sit tight for the sundown peacefully. There, presence will visit you with all its eminence.''... © daniel miltz......Read More
Categories: sundown, creation, engagement,
Form: Epigram

Premium Member A Picture That Has Outlasted Time
...greenest lea; white sails enhanced the spectacle approaching the illuminated horizon and they would return at early sundown loaded with fish that would still wiggle! Childhood saw the same beach with empty shells, the same footpri......Read More
Categories: sundown, autumn, beauty, family, happiness,
Form: Rhyme
...sundown eventide before lightening bugs flies near the butterflies 6/9/21 Written words by James......Read More
Categories: sundown, analogy, appreciation, beautiful, butterfly,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Comes Another Dusk
...Comes another dusk, sundown, day is done Was another day well-lived? Worth the life? I ask these questions, answers—I have none. I know,......Read More
Categories: sundown, god, love, sleep, sunset,
Form: Dizain
... From sunup to sundown it was indeed a weird day; it seemed as if the sun rose wearing dimming shades and as if the wind had been ......Read More
Categories: sundown, allegory, extended metaphor, introspection,
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member Big Yellow> Play sports Let's swim Day ends Sundown Date Written:5/29/2021......Read More
Categories: sundown, food, sports, summer, sun,
Form: Footle
Bloody civilians
...ary bloody civilians Despite they are meant to protect our right Bloody civilians I smell blood Each sunset each sundown There is a bloodshed always Out there some were The most percentage gone too soon Are common people Th......Read More
Categories: sundown, abuse, africa, confidence, courage,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Touched by Fire
...Touched by fire. The radiating warmth counters The dank cool air that succeeds sundown. A dance of yellow and orange Catches my eye. There’s a world of wonder set in those coals. The scen......Read More
Categories: sundown, color, fire, imagination,
Form: Free verse
Old Stories
...It’s the old stories I know well Remembering the characters On whom I dwell Sitting down and lookin west At sundown is what I love best I reminds me of the choice I made Thinking then don’t be afraid For at the time it seem......Read More
Categories: sundown, remember,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member All's Well at Sundown
...The sun is richly reddening, upon the lavender skies, And shadows are deepening, readying night's disguise. The dinne......Read More
Categories: sundown, bird, flower, nature, red,
Form: Rhyme
Becker Park
...noisseurs, and always lots of weed. He sells dreams in Becker Park for nickels and for dimes, the kids show up at sundown to see what they can find. The ones who come to Becker Park live life without a clue, ignorant of the ways......Read More
Categories: sundown, death, drug,
Form: Rhyme
... I'm not my hair, neither am i my skin. Although the light of my shade throws different shadows on the wall but no, ......Read More
Categories: sundown, black love, nostalgia,
Form: Didactic
...lvania Every high summer has a magical day when the forests and fields are impossibly green, bathed sun-up to sundown in a yellow-gold light made lazily kinetic by high-soaring hawks, busy beavers and bees, the ever-cautious ......Read More
Categories: sundown, love, marriage, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The 'Smiler' and the 'Sad One' 1885, The very day the two signed on, as hands, to work the drive. It’s said they fought from mornin’ light ‘til sundown would arrive, And bets were made on just how long this pair would - be alive! The one would wear a constant ......Read More
Categories: sundown, funny, humor,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Make YOURSELF a - Better Deal
...’ ranchin’, but I learn fast, an’ I‘m as tough as twenny-penny nails. Got this way by ridin’ skids from early morn ta sundown, an’ won my share o’ trophies for - the tallest stacks o’ bales!” Starin’ right straight at him, I said, “So......Read More
Categories: sundown, inspirational, uplifting,
Form: Narrative

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