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Tides Poems - Poems about Tides

Tides Poems - Examples of all types of poems about tides 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 tides.

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Premium Member A moment in time
...found love would stay there by my side As we walked hand in hand on that beach. The world wends it's way While the tides rise and fall But the past is still deaf To my echoing call. Just a moment in time unheeded it came, like a......Read More
Categories: tides, lost love,
Form: Rhyme

Gypsy Moon trembles, losing its serene reflection BreaKing its face into invisible pieces... And melt with the waving winding tides...... Lost its shape on the calm lake of earth... ************ "The muezzin called, and all the noise subsi......Read More
Categories: tides, fantasy,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Ancients
...lance had now been achieved. The Arks relation to the earth and that of the remaining great star would determine the tides and the weather and also keep them safe from the traveling sky fire that was born so long ago from the deep Abyss......Read More
Categories: tides, allegory,
Form: Free verse
... Sitting on a chair worn and torn out thinking that all the tides will settle down one day, will be the work of a foolish. As they will calm down one or the other day.......Read More
Categories: tides, 12th grade, anxiety, care,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Charles d'Orleans: a Medieval Marvel
...ast astride that fails to sing this sweet refrain: "The season has cast its coat aside!" Now rivers, fountains and tides dressed in their summer best with silver beads impressed in a fine display now glide: the season has cast its ......Read More
Categories: tides, art, autumn, french, prison,
Form: Roundel

Premium Member Uncharted Waters
...>My life boat has a motor and a sail. I turn the engine on if zephyrs fail, And stay the course, despite the turning tides, Asserting that my vessel steady glides - Free as a bird with one determined drill - Common sense - my compa......Read More
Categories: tides, destiny,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member COVID FALL
...far behind us E lusive dreams we had deep down never coming to fruition L et disenchantment fade with the relentless tides of time C andid wishes in their simplicity gone abysmally ungranted O bsolete imagery in a vacant world of paltr......Read More
Categories: tides, angst, autumn, color, hope,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Clutching At Straws
...If our lives involve an ocean beach, we live with the high and low TIDES. We learn to adapt to things we do not control and ......Read More
Categories: tides, analogy, bible, break up,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poems about Poems II
...mosphere, but closest here... 2. You seek an air so clear, so rarified the effort leaves you famished; earthly tides soon call you back? one long, descending glide... 3. Disgruntledly you grope dirt shores for orts you pull ......Read More
Categories: tides, muse, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: Rhyme
The Tides
...Tides ebb and flow with it’s own destiny Blessing shores along it’s journey Sometimes with a fierce tongue Sometimes ......Read More
Categories: tides, friendship, memory, missing,
Form: Free verse
...At sunrise the heron soars effortlessly upon the breeze as waves roll in and crash upon the rocks and beaches rising tides reach high upon the sands slowly fading away the sun breaks through my window and kisses my cheek.  Round and ......Read More
Categories: tides, appreciation, beach, beauty, bird,
Form: Metrical Tale
Premium Member always remember
...ce they first kissed and he gave her a peach Gathered union sea shells and driftwood and built a hut on the beach Tides had moved their Universe since heaven and haven joined together Tickled their fancy lust and compassion and in ......Read More
Categories: tides, bereavement, death, loss, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sonnets LII-LX
...ine laps splintered moorings, rusted iron chains grind, weighed and anchored in the past, held fast by luminescent tides... Should you come to San Miguel? Let love decide. A Vain Word by Michael R. Burch Oleanders at dawn ......Read More
Categories: tides, dream, flower, hair, longing,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Sonnets XLII-LI
...Sonnets XLII-LI Distances by Michael R. Burch Moonbeams on water? the reflected light of a halcyon star now d......Read More
Categories: tides, bereavement, death, death of
Form: Sonnet
A Swing in Heaven
...A Swing in Heaven Swaying to the infinite maven Where tides were talking to moon Oscillates back to Heaven Glimpse of happiness gathered so soon Closed my eyes to the......Read More
Categories: tides, deep, fate, flower, happiness,
Form: Rhyme

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