Ocean Verse Poems

These Ocean Verse poems are examples of Verse poems about Ocean. These are the best examples of Verse Ocean poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberRiver by Paul Callus

Heart throbbing, euphoric,
like a giant slalom skier
the river gushes down
winding its reckless way
round obstacles and blind corners
unawed by imposing mountains
till it finally comes to the...

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Categories: verse, analogy, river,

Something to Write about by Julie Preston
There you are again
Your image
Reminiscent of unclear memories 
Evoking a soft fluttering in my heart
And I don’t know why
I’ll never know why

I raise my head...

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Categories: verse, conflict, confusion, desire, relationship,



A Glimpse by Faith Van Riel
The young girl looks in the mirror, she says ‘what do I see?’
She wonders to herself, ‘what will become of me?’

She clasps on a necklace...

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Categories: daughter,

Fair Sailing by David MaxOptimism
Fair sailing, ravens…

   o sea whispers, still 
     ‘wise to ways’ since last together 
    ...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, best friend,

A Parody Of Glass by Mario Vitale
through the long lens we often will bask
into the trash...,
a gift to renew;
in borrowed basement pews

insde we often will ponder
a common call from up yonder
in...

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Categories: verse, 8th grade, art, autumn,

Premium MemberInside Us by Vermillion Scythe
Inside every one of us,
there is a mysterious sea
where one's outer tides make you wonder
what is inside their ocean
so you dive in
and see the true...

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Categories: verse, analogy, beauty, metaphor, mystery,

Suicide by Sil Ng
Death
Depression
And You, Suicide
I cry
But
I don’t cry an ocean
I cry
But I don’t cry a river
I cry
But you can’t see my tears
Because
You don’t know that I cry
One...

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Categories: verse, 7th grade, death, deep,

A Return of The Mack Closet King by Mario Vitale
got rhymes that rap got rhymes that reel some may say it's no big deal
like a human shield we come together light as a feather...

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Categories: verse, art, rap,

Premium MemberOf Vampires and Witches by Gerald Dillenbeck
Did you ever notice
our vampire legends
are almost always patriarchal,
sometimes even princely
and excruciatingly royalist,
elitist?

While witches plot and evil plan
in coven craven circles
more undershadow than legendary.

Wizards might...

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Categories: verse, courage, green, health, humor,

The Boardwalk And The Blue Fairy by Mike Gentile
The sugar sweet balm of salt water taffy
      graced the breeze.
While savoring deep breaths of this seaside confection,
  ...

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Categories: verse, beach, childhood, fairy, grandmother,

Premium MemberDeath Doesn't Mourn by Eve Roper
I met him a long, long time ago,
denim clad and dusty leather boots
sitting astride a motorcycle
He took off his helmet; I stumbled
only to stop dead...

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Categories: verse, bereavement, death,

Premium MemberWaterfall Alcohol by Chantelle Anne Cooke
Blazing booze burned the ribbons of my esophagus
Swirling suicide attempts surrounded me in sea and in pills
My brain carried my heart over the ocean of...

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Categories: verse, addiction, ocean, recovery from,

Premium MemberDriftwood by William Masonis
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Categories: verse, beauty, nature,

Premium MemberAria of Summer---- Palindrome by Carrie Richards
Are we not drawn to a new era, while dreaming of childhood? 
Never odd or even, our radar seeks this memorable sun

   As...

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Categories: verse, childhood, nostalgia, ocean, sun,

Beauty in the Night by Sandra Weiss
The blossoms, just opening, filled the misty night with a soft fragrance.

The song of the unknown tree creatures came from every direction.

The calm surf touched...

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Categories: verse, emotions, introspection, ocean, sad,

Chrysanthe by Catelyn Meeker
Chrysanthe 

Lovely girl, child of the earth. She dances in the moon’s light. She dances, doesn’t care. 

The world belongs to her; she is the...

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Categories: verse, beautiful, deep, earth, humanity,

Premium MemberCurrents by Phyllis Babcock
Wind swept lofty hills
barren of trees 
blades of tall grass
sway in the soft breeze
sounds of ocean waves
caressing the sandy shore
gulls fly overhead
swooshing downward
on gusts of...

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Categories: verse, love hurts,

Drown by Catelyn Meeker
Drown 

Deliver me to the edge of the ocean where the waves can wash me away. Let the water baptize me with its salt and...

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Categories: verse, angst, anxiety, dark, death,

Premium MemberSea Mail by John Anderson
I tossed ten notes to anyone, out to sea. 
They were rolled up, tied with string and bottled.
Each one said: 
"Hello, Hi Anyone! Tell me...

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Categories: verse, ocean, sea,

Premium MemberThe Day After by Sunlite Wanter
The Day After

The blue ocean frolicked ‘neath a spring sunlight,
Musically slapping and making smiles of waves,
Portending of one cosmic roar, then still.
It flattened with tears...

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Categories: verse, metaphor, ocean,