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Tableaux Poems

Tableaux Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of tableaux poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for tableaux.

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Perched on figurative shoulder
Perched on figurative shoulder...
taking devil's advocate stance...,
with sharp eyed cognizance
of course Joe King abidance!

Wild eyed traitor Joe Schmoe,
albeit Democrat subjects himself to grow
wing skepticism at impeachment show
whip lashed, viz strapping jock who stow
weapons of mashed destruction
expects at least one rotten...Read More
Categories: tableaux, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Political Verse

Cosmic Jewels

If Keats could have seen through Hubble’s eyes
when the sonnet ‘Bright Star’ he wrote,
meaning its telescope-imaged skies
with those stellar tableaux afloat,

would he have noted ‘aloft it hung’ 
 ‘steadfast’ all night in ‘splendor lone’,
that poet who died, alas, too young
yet...Read More
Categories: tableaux, earth, fantasy, nature, poetry, space, stars, world,
Form: Verse
Premium Member THE PASSION
full of emotion
           by desire
    ...Read More
Categories: tableaux, passion,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Translucent Loft
The Translucent Loft

The girls choir at St. Mary’s still sings there.
Shh, be quiet as we step inside
through these green rectangular doors,
Shh! Listen... 
We can hear them up there, 
in the translucent loft.

They are still cloistered upstairs in the saintly glow,...Read More
Categories: tableaux, religion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member INFRA RED
eyes aflame
love dances
        with desire,
laid bare
in a tableaux
        of passion...Read More
Categories: tableaux, passion,
Form: Verse

the peeling of snails in a queue
The sheer art of peeling a snail is akin to rubbing moth balls in one's eyes. To feel and sense with such ambidextrous wisdom is often not that wise. And of course plain hazardous. One's mental sanity can best be...Read More
Categories: tableaux, autumn, beach,
Form: I do not know?
Hast thou clouds? Hast thou storms? Which saintly light kisses and caresses the overgrown field. Such emblematic curves. Notions are not a daisy nor a blade of grass and a blanket can be created from branches. Yes branches. Is not...Read More
Categories: tableaux, animal, baby, baseball,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Haiku Number 3
Christmas time haiku -
“tableaux d’une exposition”
post-it notes on walls

Long Tooth
May 25, 2016

The painting here is a beautiful portrait of Mussorgsky the composer of the famous classical work 'Pictures At An Exhibition.'

This haiku is a very dense multi-layered haiku perhaps unlike...Read More
Categories: tableaux, art, imagery, music, poems,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member DUTCH DELICACIES suggestions of reality
Sublime reflections ,eye catching tableaux

monstich ekphrasis  tribute to Dutch realism in art

Hear me recite from my 4000+ PS anthology on youtube under my pen name ichthyschiro..

catch my short forms @strandpoet on twitter..

read my kindle guides on amazon
...Read More
Categories: tableaux, art,
Form: Ekphrasis
Bus Stop
Sitting in the waiting room her sunlit day; complying to their sequence
Amid a foregone conclusion ? Appearing suddenly out of nowhere
Ineffable somehow it seems this, March two thousand twelve's
National Geographic's copy titled, 'The Journey of the Apostles....
Theocracy's last supper sublime;...Read More
Categories: tableaux, angel, art, autumn,
Form: I do not know?

Marching Rocks
Marching Rocks

  Like Toffee people chasing the westerly breeze
And, presumably ordered, abruptly, to freeze-
Tableaux is evocative of an ancient command
That left a sprawl of stones scattered on the land.

  On swift flight in one course towards the West
Serrated...Read More
Categories: tableaux,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member George Towne 1847 - 1899
George W. Towne

1847 – 1899

From Iowa I came by restless wagon train.
From the mid-west I arrived 
With satchel and silken scalp still intact.
I read Proverbs and Ecclesiastes to pass the time.
I read the Gospels of John and Luke.
I read Harriet...Read More
Categories: tableaux, death,
Form: Epitaph
Premium Member Expressionist Posies
Wild are the spring flowers which win my heart 
wood violets blue, and those Johnnie jump-Up starts
waves of ajunta burgundy glow 
pierced with lost daffodils standing apart
a gourmands delight admired a la carte
'mong seas of forsythia fences are draped.

Bushes of...Read More
Categories: tableaux, nature, daffodils,
Form: Sonnet
Going through its ambiance, (on) with open thoughts,
Past scenes so serene, and picturesque (in situ passed).
A house, its windows just ajar to the tactile winsome breeze
That taste of zest & adventure infused; with distilled memory’s, 
And (sensed) delights unmet “as...Read More
Categories: tableaux, adventure,
Form: Rhyme
One Moment in Stone
A brush of leg
mirroring mine
spaced delicious

Dust tumbles in air
playing kaleidoscope
to light,
laying transfixed
in scents 
of jasmine and hyacinth
enfolding senses
to serenity,
and in the moonlight
as the Grey gum
castes her shadow 

in Marbled rays
sprung from noon
to moon,
a tableaux of
etched indelibly
into the stone 
of...Read More
Categories: tableaux, nostalgia, passion
Form: Free verse
Cereulean Odyssey - the book
Gerrit Verstraete released his first book of selected poems titled “Mid-Seventies Crisis,” in 
1980 ( Admiral Press, Canada ). “But,” he says, “it’s never too late. It’s not that I stopped 
writing, I just didn’t know what to do first,...Read More
Categories: tableaux, allegorywriting, art, art, journey, poems, writing,
Form: Epic
before our eyes,
revolves month by
welcomes spring,
summer beckons
tick off
a birthday,
closer to the 

Inspired by Christina Rossetti's The Months/A Pageant...Read More
Categories: tableaux, seasons,
Form: Lanterne
Nature's Power
Echoing down
        a valley
the luscious beauty of nature
         sets your
          head spinning
the emerald grass and 
...Read More
Categories: tableaux, inspirational, life, nature, joy,
Form: Blank verse