Get Your Premium Membership

Tritina Poems

Tritina Poems. Examples of Tritina and a list of poems in the correct poetic form and technique. Share and read Tritina poetry while accessing rules, topics, ideas, and a comprehensive literary definition of a Tritina. (New Poems Below)

Poem Topics Related to Tritina

rhyme, sestina, verse

New Poems

R E S P E C T 

R E S P E C T never meant what it should to me
Never seeing, never receiving, and never understanding respect
He's needing my respect

If you love me set me free or marry me
Give...Read More
Categories: conflict, courage, emotions, longing, lost love, love,
Form: Tritina

Premium Member Young And Beautiful
She wore red roses in her raven hair,
And sang old sad romantic songs,
She was young and very beautiful.

She thought roses were so beautiful
That she wore them always in her hair,
As she sang those old romantic songs.

Passers-by would listen to her...Read More
Categories: beautiful, girl, hair, rose,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member A City Boy Set Sail
A slender lad, a city boy, set sail
'Board ship that hugged the contours of his coast
But lo! there brewed a mighty storm that night

The frail lad's heart did rise and fall that night
As gazing at each battered, storm-tossed sail
He wondered...Read More
Categories: boat, boy, city, sea, storm,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Love's whispered promise
I see your face before me as I weep
By water's edge, leaves swirling in the wind
Your touch I feel in this, my frozen hand

I reach for you, but cannot grasp your hand
The tears well up in wintry waves that weep
Warm...Read More
Categories: lost love, summer, water, wind, winter,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Learning To Read
I was taught to read as a child,
To recognise each word.
All children should learn to read.

There are so many stories to read,
Books to suit every child,
Stories built on one word.

What is your favourite word?
One you were taught as a child?
What...Read More
Categories: books, children, words,
Form: Tritina

Premium Member Crowds
I have always hated crowds,
Too many people huddled close:
Crowds still frighten me.

To try to understand me,
Remember how I hate crowds -
I do not like people too close.

Don't expect me to go too close,
You know it will frighten me.
Keep me away...Read More
Categories: anxiety, how i feel, people, remember,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member My Old Truck
For years I’ve had an old dodge pick-up truck
It sits in high grass in my far away backyard
She was a great prop for fun family style portraits

A very classic look for rustic type kids portraits
But now there’s no seat to...Read More
Categories: car, old,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Delicate Petals
  I as a rose, a bud, carefully you must open
     Closed against cold voice and words of love past
          Beauty barely aware yet seen fully...Read More
Categories: death of a friend, hurt, love, rose,
Form: Tritina
Just knowing You
Just knowing You has made me grow
Stretched the outreach of my soul 
Taught my heart a thing or two, just knowing You

I would not, could not live without You
I know my faith still has room to grow
Enlighten, guide, strengthen, console...Read More
Categories: christian, dedication, faith, growth, heart, soulmate, spiritual,
Form: Tritina
The seawater rushes inland at the height of the tides.
It is the lateness of the day the moon begin its rise.
Morning sun takes out the seawater and start its decline.

Studies by astronomers note the ascent and decline.
The position of the...Read More
Categories: 12th grade, moon, nature, ocean, science, sea,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Clatter In The Wind

Winter won't submit to the rains of Spring
constantly feathering the ground with snow
burying any green grass that dares show.

There aren’t any signs Spring’s scheduled to show
this inclement weather doesn't say Spring;
the wind's howling in a blizzard of snow. 

The trees...Read More
Categories: 10th grade, april, imagery, nature, snow, spring,
Form: Tritina
Dance is Done No Fun
The flame dances;
A charmed serpent weaves;
Back and forth to the music.

Air waves alive with music,
Make me want to dance;
As I sit here, poetry weaving.

I don’t rise, the room is weaving;
I lose the sound of the music;
I’m dizzy, nauseated; forget the...Read More
Categories: how i feel, image, imagery, self, sick,
Form: Tritina
Told Tales
Riding the rails was memorable they say; in the days of the old iron horse.
Those old steam trains make a good mystery; all sorts of things could happen, while riding across the plains.
To see the land, rolling by from the...Read More
Categories: appreciation, history, image, imagery, people, places, poetry,
Form: Tritina
The Brick House
Standing solid, a house of brick;
Red and yellow in the sunlight,
Not just any box.

Bought by a professional boxer,
With muscles like bricks;
Complete with motion detecting lights.

At night the moonlight,
Lands upon his flower boxes;
Built into the patio of brick.

A patio, complete with...Read More
Categories: flower, home, house, image, imagery, inspiration, light,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Bugle call
Reveille called to the sound of a bugle
The regiment called to duty
The soldiers rally to the call

Its Politian’s that make the call
And pick the tune to bugle
Thier morals you're duty 

A soldier as no choice but duty
And must answer the...Read More
Categories: war,
Form: Tritina
Tools Must Be Respected
Sculptors carve their rocks,
With very sharp-bladed tools;
They free the art from the stone.

At many concerts are people stoned;
They come to hear great rock;
Musical instruments are rockers tools.

With their trade’s tools;
The Rolling Stones,
Never fail to please with their rock.

If you carve...Read More
Categories: art, imagery, imagination, inspiration, muse, poems, poetry,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Her Captain's Call

She cast her silken shadow in the moonlight

                    To trace her cursive odes on tiptoes, tender

     ...Read More
Categories: dance, lost love, moon, ocean, sea, soulmate,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Wind and Water
Wind and Water

A hurricane’s a frightful force of wind,
attacking in its landfall with a fury
the mixing bowl of nature’s air and water.

Would the storm be such a storm without the water?
Swirling wildly in the havoc of the wind,
they are together...Read More
Categories: natural disasters, nature, water, wind,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Still, like the rocks
The river’s water tumbled over the rocks
Nature’s voice roaring, after the storm
As a spray of mist splashed in the air

I listen to its language and breathe fresh air
Watching the waves, I stand sturdy like the rocks
Near waterfalls of beauty spilling...Read More
Categories: peace, river, storm,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Winters White Lace Flakes in Its Grace

Magical  winter and truly prodigious place of grace.
Pleasant poetic pleasure with a trace of lace. 
Youthful eidetic memories chasing snow-white flakes.

Children engage in its white undisturbed lace.
Tats lace patterns on windows, charismatic in its grace.
Frost, ice, and snow stir...Read More
Categories: children, snow, winter,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member On Horseback
On Horseback
Blue sky- soft eye of my horse
I sway to the rhythm of his walk
surprised by the ways of nature
I marvel at how close I feel to nature
 Sky, trees, the swaying comfort of my horse,
 reins...Read More
Categories: horse, nature,
Form: Tritina
Water falls in love
Wild and free,... pounds a torrent of water.
Turbulence hurtling hard, flows down the  cliff, 
a jagged rock journey... to a tranquil river. 

Slow soft foams... kayak a serene river,
of cool,.. calm,.. crystal clear water.
Gentle splashing sound, loudly hugs the...Read More
Categories: celebration, conflict, heart, love, mountains, river, water,
Form: Tritina
All you sparkly seas, bless the Lord
Have you ever gazed at the ocean
As the waves break gently
And the sun is shining?

The crest of the waves are shining
As the sun reflects down on the ocean
And the surface sparkles so gently.

The sight bedazzled my mind and heart gently
As...Read More
Categories: beach, beauty, blessing, earth, nature, peace, sunshine,
Form: Tritina
The Ice Man
That Winter night, he slipped on ice
and, sobbing, lay there in the snow;
he feared he'd catch another cold.

He couldn't stand but felt so cold,
his hands and feet had turned to ice;
he shivered, covered by more snow. 

He looked just like...Read More
Categories: history,
Form: Tritina

Tonight I  saunter with the wise moon
Gleaming upon  life’s pebbles ashore
Which reflects youthful bliss down a hill...

Across  woods, lit is this ancient hill 
Illumined by  crowns of ruby  moon
Brushing  dappled  tints on grass...Read More
Categories: childhood, moon, remember,
Form: Tritina

Read wonderful tritina poetry on the following sub-topics: art, animals, christmas, death, dog, family, flowers, food, friendship, funny, kids, life, love, music, nature, nursery, parents, school, spring, sports, summer, war, winter and more. Read a definition and example (where appropriate).