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Tyne Poems - Poems about Tyne

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Premium Member Chasing The Sun
...Spanish City at Whitley Bay we would see the PO ferry on the horizon, and the chase was on, legging it like mad down to Tynemouth to catch that darn ferry as it entered the Tyne river, no cheating, it all had to be done over the sands and r......Read More
Categories: tyne, beach, boat, mum, my
Form: Monoku

Premium Member Gavin, The Graveyard Gargoyle
...This photo was taken in St James Church Graveyard, Benwell, Newcastle, Tyne & Wear, England, UK, I just thought the tree stump resembled a Gargoyle, hence Gavin got his new name, on the ......Read More
Categories: tyne, hilarious, tree, tribute,
Form: Couplet
Shame's Lie
...ou'll cost to clan When every time you waited for was blessed more plate to find When every fall where plate could tyne was placed on death for kind And calling all who feel the shame to come down to the pain When even love's pas......Read More
Categories: tyne, abuse, analogy, angst, conflict,
Form: Quatrain
...CALL OF THE TYNE The river fog grey-green Hides the silent piers Of bridges which lead To roads unknown. The Tyne’s c......Read More
Categories: tyne, river,
Form: Free verse
The Shipping Forecast
...eir way More safely through unsettled seas In North and South Utsire waves form In Cromarty the seas are rough Will Tyne and Fisher bear a storm? In Trafalgar... is the going tough? Will warnings of a storm wind mean A night of fight......Read More
Categories: tyne, high school, jealousy, nature,
Form: I do not know?

...Team Valley And its mills and foundries turning coal Into steel bridges and ship hulls For the steeply entrenched Tyne. At the bell’s sound, everybody shuffled forward, Leaving the sawdust footprints To be washed away in the rain......Read More
Categories: tyne, life, philosophy, urban,
Form: Imagism
ANZAC Day 2018 - Tyne Cot Cemetery
...Tyne Cot War Cemetery White head stones in countless rows Soldiers all from the Great War battles Thousands dead ......Read More
Categories: tyne, world war i,
Form: Free verse
...ollecting coal pieces in cobbled streets of Teams Can feel the blueness of flax fields in Alberta And crossing the Tyne bridge Can see over the Roebling bridge On the Ohio at Cincinnati? ......Read More
Categories: tyne, adventure, life,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
An Absolutely Nonsensical Pseudo Poem That Fails to Pass for a Fairy Tale
...girls who numbered ten. As an adult Tennyson the tiny son went on a journey To a faraway city called Newcastle upon Tyne. There he came across a man who covered himself with tin. Tennyson decided to call him "Tin Man." Tin Man and ......Read More
Categories: tyne, children, fairy, funny, nonsense,
Form: Free verse
...nowing I will be soon introduced, Lord James hath promised daughter seen reclused when she returns from Convent River Tyne. A maiden fair taught by nuns marriage age, whom I saw Yule past close to parents keep arriving late in a rich h......Read More
Categories: tyne, desire,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Ice Crystals
...Ice has formed in starry night Covering Tyne River. Each to each is looking bright. Children long to play on ice, Racing to discover. Yesterday was not so......Read More
Categories: tyne, river, weather, winter,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member EU'rage, Britannia stage
...w owned, and sold by another land Here is well shown again, the markets gain.' Swan Hunter that towered the mighty Tyne Gave work to generations, of thousands ten The pound was 'pegged' interest rates to climb Bank of England was t......Read More
Categories: tyne, growing up,
Form: Rhyme
...lling how the pronunciation goes: No longer an unhesitating morass of flat vowels Floating on the muddy gurgle of the Tyne, Like your long-ago first wife’s name, coming unerringly To your lips in the presence of the second. ...........Read More
Categories: tyne, words,
Form: Imagism
...squinted against the rain, and the whiff of fish, And the sunless world - Rough tussocks sloping down to the murky Tyne, Row of houses huddled against wind and spray, Sprouting mushroom chimney pots With jagged edges like jester’s......Read More
Categories: tyne, rain, teenage, wind,
Form: Imagism
...In narrow streets now widened, Shiver with winds from sea or moors. Tyne, father of this town Famed for guns and ships, Is o’erleaped by a platoon of steel bridges Grabbing the s......Read More
Categories: tyne, city, history,
Form: Imagism

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