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Nature Tritina Poems

These Nature Tritina poems are examples of Tritina poems about Nature. These are the best examples of Tritina Nature poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Books and Tea
Shelves filled with all kinds of books,
will take a plain wall and make it pretty,
this makes real beauty for you and I.

Maybe some hot rose...

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Categories: beauty, books, drink, fun,

A Farmer's Daughter
Every night I stare long at starry sky
Wonder at empyreal things beyond earth
Places where none ever pray for water.

My dry land sees each year a...

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Categories: earth, father daughter, god,

Premium Member Inspired By the Seasons' Majesty
Year-round we poets are inspired
to use our pens to praise the seasons,
striving to capture Nature's majesty.

All Creation reflects God's majesty.
Paintings, sculptures, and lyrics are inspired

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Categories: appreciation, nature, seasons,

Premium Member A Fantasy Wonderland
October inks the leaves on the trees
and orange, gold, and scarlet abound,
within Fall's fantasy wonderland.

Sculpting a visual wonderland
Mother Nature tints the tops of trees
and a...

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Categories: autumn, change, color, image,

Premium Member Our Planet
To them we’re the classless aliens,
we destroy everything they envy;
Toxic leaving scars on the planet;

Rare jewel this ocean filled planet,
it cannot be mined by aliens;

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Categories: earth day, emotions, feelings,

The Night Sky
Stars, like glowworms, surround the gibbous moon
Like cold mood of a play, blinks blue lit sky
Dark clouds, like ghostly shadow shows, puff up

Moon moves toward...

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Categories: nature, night, sky,

Premium Member Tritina Trees
I love to walk among the woods;
It’s coolest here beneath the trees
In pleasant shade, eschewing sun.

In meadows where there’s only sun,
I find I quickly miss...

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© Jeff Kyser  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: nature,

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...

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Categories: lost love, summer, water,

Premium Member Ebb Tide By the Righteous Brothers
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...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 12th grade, moon, nature,

Premium Member Shiver In the Wind
Winter won't submit to the rains of Spring,
constantly feathering the ground with snow
that buries any green shoots that dare show.

There are no signs Spring is...

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Categories: 10th grade, april, imagery,

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...

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Categories: natural disasters, nature, water,

Premium Member Renewing
Listen to the tap…tap…tapping; the music of falling rain.
Sky rinses out it’s watering cans; It’s sprinklers are the clouds.
Gaia’s children are thirsty; roots stretch and...

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Categories: drink, earth, earth day,

Premium Member The Beast With Eyes Too Kind
In every city lives at least one beast.
He’s not like us, yet charmingly he smiles
and draws us to him with his eyes so kind.

And those...

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Categories: murder,

Premium Member Backyard Entertainers
A yellow finch chirps a sweet melody
As black-capped chickadees steal the show
A blue jay circles in the air for food

Robins in the grass finding worms...

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Categories: bird, nature,

Premium Member Idyllic Flight
Stepping back remote from urban rhythm
Dizzy I take flight asking only to surrender
Wishing to drown in a long lost forgotten calm

Reminiscing of that distant youthful...

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Categories: appreciation, desire, longing, nature,