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Tend Poems - Poems about Tend

Tend Poems - Examples of all types of poems about tend 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 tend.
The Price of Delayed Gratification
...The price of delayed gratification In the currency of patience, we pay the toll, For the price of delayed gratification takes its toll. We sacrifice the present for a distant gain, Enduring ha......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, birth, books, boxing day ,
Form: Narrative

A Mother's Prayer
...The present darkness threatens. Why can’t I see the light? And yet my faith still lingers Like a flame of candlelight. The weakened short wick struggles And nearly smothers out While prayers of......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, anxiety, christian, faith, mother
Form: Rhyme
No Brave New World
... In the meta-versed binaural wish song beats, skid row streets of the bottomless pits of Metropolis/ Thebes, you are quardoned off and printed in a likeness wronged-vaped, winged to the w......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, art,
Form: Rhyme
Lonely Loner
...Funny I'm a loner yet hate being alone, maybe I'm terrified of developing a bond just for in a brief second it to be gone as my whole life i've been alone. The one time i got attached and made her h......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, how i feel, identity,
Form: Rhyme
From Gaia’s Womb
...Oh, Mother Earth, our sacred home, Where we have life and freedom to roam. Your beauty vast, your glut grand, A gift to all, across the land. Yet we humans have battered your grace, With greed......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, earth, gender, woman, women,
Form: Rhyme

Harvest of Wisdom
...Before you get married, my child There are a few things you should remember The most important being To always tend to your farm You should look for a tool That makes you sing for all its wort......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, farm, meaningful, symbolism, truth,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member flock of phantoms
... blackbirds … innumerable … clouds and washes of them I grin to myself - symbolism … you taught me that and more … (and less) you taught me the difference between love and lust … and Love ......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, analogy, heartbreak, life, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member - The Rose -
... Beautiful roses speaks for itself in agreeable rapture ......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, beauty,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Land of Lies
...The shades are drawn, and the paint is peeling on the façade, the door is cracked open as though the person inside is ready to run He lies there positioning himself into a relaxed state, wondering i......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, betrayal, hurt,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thor's Cave
... In a small village in the green valleys of the Peak District, Sarah gave birth to a son, after a decade of trying for a child with her husband, Peter B Perfekt. It was a joyful occasion for the fa......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, allusion, perspective,
Form: Narrative
Creation as Comes from Chaos
...As cave-dweller O man, thou wert crudest, Ere nigh modest and a bit civil made, In a painstaking long march to the crest, ye evolved as seed of creed mutated, And struggled hard before ye s......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, creation, hope,
Form: Ballade
Premium Member Natural Cycle
... Some people think these recent disasters Are caused by abuse of the planet I tend to think they're natural occurrences The world is just running the gamut The ebb and flow of changi......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Battle of Britain I
...As aspiration seeks to take its toll, your mass flotilla salvaged sons of war. ‘Twas but a feat the angels will extol though Satan’s army rallies at your door. Your youthful fit have vowed to ser......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, world war ii,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
A mirrors view
...If a mirror could talk the stories it would tell, The lingering images that tend to dwell. If a mirror could see the horrors in mind, The longing eyes since resigned. If a mirror could feel be it......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, dark,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Love Letter for April
...Dear Love, Just a quick note: You caught me unawares I thought I lived in circles You taught me to accept squares I write to ask for guidance As straight lines tend to bend The route we though......Read the rest...
Categories: tend, confusion, crush, friendship love,
Form: Ekphrasis

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