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Telescope Poems - Poems about Telescope

Telescope Poems - Examples of all types of poems about telescope 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 telescope.
...I could be a rainbow, I could be a tree, I could be a model come and look at me. I could be a star burning bright, I could be a dancer dancing through the night. I could be hope, I could be......Read More
Categories: telescope, 5th grade, age, dream,
Form: Rhyme

... I often think my world is doomed evil seems to thrive so easily Can my bloodied heart be saved? Will the church help, will anybody? News discourages my outlook orations from politicians do n......Read More
Categories: telescope, america, conflict, dark,
Form: Free verse
Telescope Broken While They Time An Universe
... Miles from our world up - the crash; like comet, in deep ......Read More
Categories: telescope, dark, deep, endurance, feelings,
Form: Monoku
Just for laughs- Episode 3
...And I quote" Just for laughs" end of quote. Laughter is medicine to your soul: Imagine taking a village girl to the hotel and in the morning, you find her sweeping the all hotel ground. When I ......Read More
Categories: telescope, celebration, giggle, mystery,
Form: Light Verse
Beyond Reach
...Beyond Reach. We’re all majestic bubbles, ......Read More
Categories: telescope, birth, death, faith, god,
Form: Rhyme

Musk Hibiscus
... Sugar paper petals rippable Hibiscus Musk sap via jungle civet melts to jelly Turkish Delight icing, licked clean fingers Rubber soft texture entices tongues joyfully ......Read More
Categories: telescope, change, color, environment, gender,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Long Lost Youth
... Oh for the days of my long lost youth Making paper airplanes, watching em glide Looping like barnstorming pilots of the 30s Above the tree tops like birds they fly Our imagination......Read More
Categories: telescope, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Happy As Poop
... Oh for the days of my long lost youth Making paper airplanes, watching em glide Looping like barnstorming pilots of the 30s Above the tree tops like birds they fly Our imaginati......Read More
Categories: telescope, happiness, love,
Form: Rhyme
Winter's Edge 13
...Centered in the irregular rectangle of the caves entrance the fire popped and danced as the snow fell lazily before the backdrop of pines.Softly the wind moaned above the tree line.Francis sat on the......Read More
Categories: telescope, winter, words,
Form: Narrative
Supernal Rings of Neptune
... The planet Neptune for god of the sea was titled from Roman mythology. His wife Salacia three sons Neptune bore with Triton most celebrated in lore both Greek and Roman as merman, then famed ......Read More
Categories: telescope, earth, humanity, space, sun,
Form: Verse
The Gift of Christ
...The gift of Christ Verse 1: They told me life is short man, enjoy it while it last I said have fun like Zacchaeus, mehn I just want to rap I glorify God through my craft people appreciate it If ......Read More
Categories: telescope, devotion, imagery, inspirational, peace,
Form: Lyric
I Wandered Lonely As A Star
..."I wandered lonely as a cloud" - William Wordsworth I wandered lonely as a star Out there in the evening sky, Seems so close, yet was so far To another who was like I; How can it be ......Read More
Categories: telescope, loneliness, lonely, night, sky,
Form: Lyric
the first of many
...We sat beneath a night sky of graduated charcoals, blacks and interstellar blues. Fall’s begun its indispensable work, banishing the harsh sun, the creepy lanternflies and hot summer nights. The s......Read More
Categories: telescope, anxiety, friendship, humor, school,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Terra Incognita
... Peering beyond reach of human capacity I revolve around the sun in a solar orbit, Looking deep in space for origins of bygone Going way beyond anyone has ever gone, Exploring unknown world of......Read More
Categories: telescope, science, space, stars, universe,
Form: Personification
Premium Member a future now
...Is it freedom from time, or no time for freedom? It's not in the tea leaves, but in how you read them. It's somewhat akin to a child's telescope: one end brings despair; the other gives hope. ......Read More
Categories: telescope, death, future, hope,
Form: Rhyme

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