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Tune Poems - Poems about Tune

Tune Poems - Examples of all types of poems about tune 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 tune.
Premium Member Hum Along
...The hummingbird brings pure delight, to bright garden flowers in bloom, as it zooms in to sip its prize. We adore your elegant flight, your bright iridescent costume your hovering, such a surp......Read More
Categories: tune, bird, nature,
Form: Rhyme

The Music That's You
...This little melody so sweet Humming along my heartbeat Leaving a sense of wonder And a skip in my feet. Is it the breeze of this noble sunset? Buzzing of canopies or just birds' fret? But wai......Read More
Categories: tune, cute love, emotions, endurance,
Form: Rhyme
..."Morning time to rise and shine." The two mothers started their Own chant "MORNING TIME THE MOTHERS SAID CHILDREN GET OUT OF BED." The kids protested throwing The Covers over their heads. T......Read More
Categories: tune, celebration, child, children, conflict,
Form: Alliteration
...To be sung to the tune of Mother Goose: Are you Sleeping* Keep on praying! Keep on praying! My dear boy… My dear girl… God will surely answer ......Read More
Categories: tune, children, christian, encouraging, god,
Form: Lyric
... Farewell to thee, farewell my soul My weeping eyes now cannot see Thou to thy haunted room can tell! That thou forever dwell with me! The magic of thy lovely tune I carry with me in my bre......Read More
Categories: tune, deep, longing, loss, lost,
Form: Ballad

Premium Member Self-Existent Light
... “The shadow is the greatest teacher for how to come to the light.” — Ram Dass A spring that never runs dry of life's water Style is void of people......Read More
Categories: tune, analogy, appreciation, beauty, hope,
Form: Rhyme
The Splendor Of The Morning
...The splendor of the morning awakens in my dreams with shapes of glory drizzling in the stream and the clouds moving slowly in the sky with melodies of hope and the passion breathing beneath the sunli......Read More
Categories: tune, beauty, celebration, change, confidence,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Sea Of Melancholy
... The gloomy sky falls, wrecks my starry night, the moon splits in shroud, dissolves in the dark. You disappear out of my wistful sight, on a journey of timeless sea......Read More
Categories: tune, analogy, depression, hope, lost
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Reflection
...Much like the ocean, peaceful and serene, transitioning tides, turn calm to chaotic. Influential pull, consequently shifts, roaring with rage, colliding waves crash. I......Read More
Categories: tune, introspection, light, mirror, moon,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Clamorous calamity
...Calmoruus calamity Calm, in feather doona encumbered, slept soundly. Even the stars twinkled in hushed, squelched, muted tones. Silence reigned in solemnity, in peace. All of a sudden the d......Read More
Categories: tune, silence, sleep,
Form: Free verse
Lost Cities of Indus Vale
... I hail thee ruins of Indus Vale! With scented rhyme, with scented gale Come on from world of mortal dead! O come and lively wind inhale! More ancient than the pyramids That rule on ancien......Read More
Categories: tune, adventure, god, history, loneliness,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Breaking Free
... Some people have 'the look' and exemplify 'the part' for a lifetime. The curtain has opened; their 'stage of life' unfolds, and the role they seem destined to play, is set on autopilot with predi......Read More
Categories: tune, change, environment, people,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Embrace Of Timeless Spring
... As the arctic north winds depart, in the dusting of the springtime I hear the music of my heart, I make for you with tune sublime. Spring aura shines in joyous air, sweet scented t......Read More
Categories: tune, analogy, love, memory, spring,
Form: Sonnet
The Greasy Saddle
...In walked the Redeyed Stranger Bragging: he used an excessive amount of bagging gestures and words. He was told by his handler to tune down the rhetoric, as one person found him rude and over......Read More
Categories: tune, fashion, horse, music, repetition,
Form: Ballade
...There were two lovers who lived apart, But they were always close in heart. They could never touch or hold hands, But they knew that love had no demands. The boy lived in the east, And the gir......Read More
Categories: tune, engagement, family, feelings, sweet
Form: Rhyme

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