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Tahiti Poems

Tahiti Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of tahiti 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 tahiti.

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Hidden Paradise
(Dedicated to Toni Marie Labadie.)

A little Tahiti
in our hearts abides
where you and I
love through the tides

Wherever we go
it's always there
under weeping willow
above solar flare

Yes, life is simpler
when I keep this in view:
My troubles aren't insular
My peace is from you...Read More
Categories: tahiti, best friend, devotion, for her, for him,
Form: Rhyme



Barefoot Buccaneer
Bronwyn the Barbaric was a buxom lass
the envy of all her peers
She spoke with unrivaled swashbuckling sass
her pirate-ess fashion was fierce

She could charm off the arms of the most hardened men
how they'd swoon at the sight of her swagger
She ruled...Read More
Categories: tahiti, fantasy, fashion, funny, humor, humorous, woman,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Tahiti Defined By Tahiti
The plague knew my infinite hulk 
in 1769, crept through the Polynesian crystal
onto my outstretched archipelago
black sands and white sands and volcanoes
speaking the purple language,
the queen’s English to the farmer’s French,
and drank from the palm tree 
to drain the lagoon...Read More
Categories: tahiti, identity, poetry, self, slavery,
Form: Free verse
Cold in the Tropic

When the bronze-skinned, 
silver tongue surfer
came smoothly yacht cruising
at year’s end
All the island ladies,
at the cabana house welcoming party,
mosh pit fell in ... 
Fell in love 
with the cosmopolitan thought
of permanently leaving
Loose their dinghy life from the slow-pace wharf,
and deep...Read More
Categories: tahiti, heartbreak, leaving, love hurts, sad love,
Form: Ode
Bucket Lists
List one: climb up to Machu Picchu,
ride the Orient Express,
see the Terracotta Warriors,
find a monster in Loch Ness,
brave the winds of Patagonia,
hike along an Everest ridge,
visit Paul Gaugin’s Tahiti,
stand on Sydney Harbour Bridge,
stroll round Angkor Wat, Cambodia,
cross the Alps in...Read More
Categories: tahiti, dream, feelings, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme



The King's Wife - Te Arri Vahine
The King's Wife - Te Arri Vahine

Gauguin’s painting of “The King’s Wife,”
immortalized a goddess of Tahiti, Pacific paradise.
Mesmerizing mahogany muse memorializing his canvas,
she’s a tropical Venus on a bed of forest green grass.
Nature’s umbrella, a thick canopy of mango trees,
shades...Read More
Categories: tahiti, art, memorial,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member PIECES OF ALLITERATION
Flying high on the forty fourth plain 
Figuratively free flying 
Wings in the air.

Bought the ticket today taking the
Ten to ten in twenty two hours
Time is ticking to that thrilling

Destination Tahiti
Tickling to test the thirst 
Touching the tentative torch.

Threatening traffic...Read More
Categories: tahiti, future,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Welcome To Paradise
I was so looking forward to my trip to Tahiti
this was to be my panacea, a sure cure for all my ails.
For once there I could forget the dregs of big city life
and swim the opal sheen of a chatoyant...Read More
Categories: tahiti, beach, beautiful, color, fantasy, imagery, paradise,
Form: Prose
It's Deeper Than Words, It's Deeper Than Life
It’s deeper than words, for she arose more glorious -n- prettier than any earthly rose, 4 I lay with inside her pink abode, it’s deeper than life, -n- more intricate than when day meets night, she redefines thy touch, sound...Read More
Categories: tahiti, god, life, love, wife,
Form: Free verse
Hello and Greatings
I will be 75 on June 26th and married for 50 years on August 27th. 
I have a Master's Degree in Labor Economics and BA's in Sociology 
and Psychology. I was Supervisor of Labor Market Information for 
six years and...Read More
Categories: tahiti, encouraging, , literature,
Form: Blank verse



A Million Miles of Faithful
Venice, 2 Milan, then 2 the Congo, then 2 Cape Town
Then Hong Kong

I stay being a faithful husband, with my ring on my
Ring finger, on Baghdad, 2 the Bahamas, 2 O-ka-ya-ma,
2
O-kee-cho-bee
2
O•ke•fe•no'kee

2 the United Kingdom embassy, on a private jet 2...Read More
Categories: tahiti, love, romance, sensual,
Form: Free verse
TAHITI
TAHITI



If you leave, the island
Rests a sad face on its paws
And longs for your return,
Harkening for the oar-splash
Of your approaching boat.

If you never return,
It remembers your face
All  life  long.


...........................

Historical Note

Mutineers on the BOUNTY  had to leave the...Read More
Categories: tahiti, metaphor,
Form: Personification
Premium Member The Voyager
 He ventured from out of the west
    In a small cabin amidships:
 Stole away in an unknown quest,
 Salty ocean brine wet on his lips

 In the concealment of dim twilight
    Neptune braced...Read More
Categories: tahiti, adventure, childhood, voyage,
Form: Rhyme
Vacation in Israel
If a bomb goes off on a train or bus,
I guarantee the aftermath will not be too fabulous.
If I found myself in Haifa, Jerusalem, or Tel Aviv,
the first thing I would want to do is leave.
I can name so many...Read More
Categories: tahiti, travel, vacation,
Form: Rhyme
Schizophrenia
 

        Her 'Verses on Schizophrenia' was written
        while both of us were immersed in Gauguin's


       yellow ocher smudging the...Read More
Categories: tahiti,
Form: Free verse
Hot Roast on Kevin Lauer
Ocean waves, ships like us, and your spandex swimwear was an atraction for any girl, not in the right state of mind.
It was Tahiti, 1998, no, it was "1999" and thats why "Prince" wrote the song.....
Over that hot, hot summer-...Read More
Categories: tahiti, dedication, friend,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Sweet desire
  She had a craving for something sweet
    So she got herself a sugar daddy
      He gave her all her desired treats
         And...Read More
Categories: tahiti, humor, sweet,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Midnight Pearl
Midnight Pearl

A young Romeo went to Tahiti
With diving gear and determination
He sought the finest pearl for his sweetie
For soon the two lovers would join as one

He found a shell far bigger than the rest
Disappointment came when he opened it
In a...Read More
Categories: tahiti, girlfriend-boyfriend,
Form: Sonnet
Hokus Strokus
Call me the 
magician, pulling 
rabbits out my hat, 
the 13th Friday 
Jason Voorhees 
stabbin at your cat,

with hocus strokus 
powers when I use 
my magic wand, 
soft upbeat 
melodies are 
sprinkled to a 
sadder song.

True oral 
capabilities that 
tangle...Read More
Categories: tahiti, fantasylove, magic, me,
Form: Rhyme
A Mutiny on the Bounty
It was a sight that I could not forsee
Ambushed by my own men at morning hour
Hands tight with cord and naked from the waist
A mean air on the Bounty blew unkind
It was the troubled wind of mutiny
My men, whose morals...Read More
Categories: tahiti, words, me, men, beauty, beauty, fruit, me,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Hokus Strokus
 Call me the magician pulling rabbits out my hat, that 
13th Friday Jason Voorhees stabbin at your cat,

with hocus strokus powers as I use my magic wand, 
while upbeat melodies are sprinkled to a sadder 
song.

Got oral capabilities to...Read More
Categories: tahiti, imaginationme, love, magic, me,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ode to Goddess Pele-N
Strophe

Ye, the goddess of flame, fire and eternal love
From Tahiti you found home  in Hawaii Kilauea
I accessed your gateway with deep feelings of love
With your archetypes *Kali Ma, Sekhmet and Durga
You falsify that women are weak and incapable
That to...Read More
Categories: tahiti, home, love, power,
Form: Ode
Care of Heaven
Hello dear friend – so – what’s new?
Tell me - How have you been?
There’s so much I want to share with you
But I hardly know where to begin

The news from here’s both good and bad
But life can be like that,...Read More
Categories: tahiti, death, friendship, song-lyricfor her, me, flying, for
Form: Rhyme
noah, drying out it is raing again oh, my god
Tonights
The
Night
Sailing
To
Tahiti
I
Wish
You
Could
Hear
What
I
Hear

The
Sounds
Of
Angels
Sand grains
On
A
Hill
I
Am
God
And
I
Declaim
All
Roll
Down
Sand hill
End
Up
As
One

Noah, drying out
It is raining again
Oh, my god
...Read More
Categories: tahiti, allegory
Form: Epigram
The Mutiny

Captain Bligh was his name,
he ruled his ship with an iron cane.
The Bounty was the ship,
sailing to Tahiti, via Cape Horn was the trip.
At Cape Horn, after tacking back and forth,
eastward, was set the course.
It was the long way round,
but...Read More
Categories: tahiti, history,
Form: Blank verse