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Waning Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Love Was Sent, Treasure That Healed Two Crushed Hearts, A Collaboration with Susan Ashley Robert Lindley Rhyme Rhyme waning, beautiful, blessing, happiness, longing,
Premium Member Poem Love Was Sent, Treasure That Healed Two Crushed Hearts - A collaboration with Robert Lindley Susan Ashley Rhyme Rhyme waning, beauty, fate, hope, pain,
Just as NIHARIKA PRASAD Rhyme Rhyme waning, deep, desire, heartbreak, longing,
Premium Member Poem Ball And Chain Kai Michael Neumann Alliteration Alliteration waning, war,
The Narrowing Lachlen Smith ABC ABC waning, 10th grade,
O Moon of My Memory Susan Linn Free verse Free verse waning, analogy, memory,
Premium Member Poem The Old Stream And Seasons Past Susan Ashley Free verse Free verse waning, age, appreciation, life, seasons,
Premium Member Poem Bang Judy Dunbar Rhyme Rhyme waning, anger, anxiety, death, emotions,
Premium Member Poem To Heal A Soul Waning In Want Robert Lindley Free verse Free verse waning, appreciation, art, deep, emotions,
To Heal A Soul Waning In Want Lawrence Sharp Free verse Free verse waning, allegory,
From Dust to Dust Harley White Rondeau Rondeau waning, death, imagery, life, light,
Let Their Dreams Not Die Subimal Sinha-Roy Free verse Free verse waning, analogy, child abuse, children,
In A Shared Garden M. L. Kiser Sestina Sestina waning, animal, appreciation, environment, flower,
Premium Member Poem BOWLING NEVER GETS OLD Jim Yerman Verse Verse waning, humor,
Premium Member Poem Slow, The Flow Of Time's Waning Hands Robert Lindley Sonnet Sonnet waning, creation, dark, feelings, life,
Premium Member Poem Cross In The Center Tom Wright Lyric Lyric waning, god, jesus, life, storm,
Premium Member Poem DREAMS OF SPRING Kim Rodrigues Choka Choka waning, spring,
Premium Member Poem Dancing in the Moonlight Victor Buhagiar Free verse Free verse waning, imagery, moon, peace,
Nameless Warriors Seeker Shadow Carpe Diem Carpe Diem waning, adventure,
Premium Member Poem Shaman Mind Anthony Slausin Free verse Free verse waning, art,
Premium Member Poem Winter Is Waning Kim Rodrigues Kimo Kimo waning, winter,
Premium Member Poem Ive Taken My Licks Tom Wright Lyric Lyric waning, life,
New Moments Explode Kurt Philip Behm Rhyme Rhyme waning, time,
What Remains Subimal Sinha-Roy Free verse Free verse waning, death, life, remembrance day,
Inside The Mysterious Enigmatic Fragmentary matthew harris Narrative Narrative waning, addiction, age, appreciation, art,
Premium Member Poem O' How Long And Well This Night's Dark Shadows Oft Play, Poet Dedication Series Robert Lindley Rhyme Rhyme waning, allusion, appreciation, art, beautiful,
Death Brita Roy Rhyme Rhyme waning, image, imagery, imagination,
Premium Member Poem Moon Glade Ocean Mermaid Chantelle Anne Cooke Alliteration Alliteration waning, adventure, boat, color, moon,
Premium Member Poem The Mask of Tourmaline Brendan J. Simons Couplet Couplet waning, anxiety, horror, imagination, mystery,
And for my next trick Suburban Lovechild Free verse Free verse waning, adventure, crazy, humanity, journey,
Premium Member Poem Hello Soulmate Hello Chantelle Anne Cooke Alliteration Alliteration waning, abuse, boat, destiny, sea,
Premium Member Poem Mother Moon Sherry Asbury Rhyme Rhyme waning, friendship love, poems, writing,
Nan's Computer Games Addiction Lindsay Laurie Lyric Lyric waning, humor,
Premium Member Poem INTO THE WOODS Kim Rodrigues Rhyme Rhyme waning, dark,
Silver Lining Sean Wolff Free verse Free verse waning, angst, hurt, introspection, magic,
GOD IS LIGHT Frances Schiavina Haiku Haiku waning, religious,
Premium Member Poem So, Marley Was Right After All Gregory R Barden Free verse Free verse waning, christmas, dark, death, fantasy,
Premium Member Poem Good-bye, 2018 Janice Canerdy Lyric Lyric waning, new year,
Past Times William Peters Free verse Free verse waning, age, fate, inspiration, perspective,
Premium Member Poem The Sailor Janice Canerdy Rhyme Rhyme waning, sea,
Rewind Forward Lady Labyrinth Romanticism Romanticism waning, desire, for her, for
Borrowed Time Kurt Philip Behm Rhyme Rhyme waning, death, time,
We are nearly home, my angel, we are nearly home David Wakeling ABC ABC waning, 10th grade,
As the World Spins on By Josephine CK Free verse Free verse waning, conflict, loneliness, poetry, time,
Premium Member Poem Four Seasons of the Queens Chantelle Anne Cooke Free verse Free verse waning, adventure, creation, dance, metaphor,
Would You Still Love Me Debjani Mitra Free verse Free verse waning, care, cry, death, depression,
Tide Pools of Blue Terry Mullally Rhyme Rhyme waning, anxiety, beautiful, destiny,
The Narrowing David Wakeling ABC ABC waning, 10th grade,
Premium Member Poem Darkling Vaughan Wesley Free verse Free verse waning, faith, morning,
Premium Member Poem Reflective Spring Phillip Garcia Sonnet Sonnet waning, daughter, divorce,

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Waning Poem Example

September

"September, beautiful month of my birth, is nigh, but I cannot feel glad." September, drifting in with glow of moon, you stifle Summer’s ardor. . . and she grieves. In guise of fire, the Fall comes all too soon. Your breath grows cool. You’ll blow and loosen leaves. The hills and woodlands will reflect new hues. You stifle Summer’s ardor. . . and she grieves. In Autumn’s chill, the colors are a ruse. For as you pass, the trees are set ablaze. The hills and woodlands then reflect new hues. Though warmth may linger through your final days, old Sun is waning, yet he still seems strong! For as you pass, the trees are set ablaze. September, you’re a melancholy song. Though time be short, you paint a brilliant dusk! Old sun is waning, yet he still seems strong. October looms. . . Your ending will be brusque. September, drifting in with glow of moon, though time be short, you paint a brilliant dusk. In guise of fire, the Fall comes all too soon. Written a long time ago. Date posted here at Soup: 8/29/11 For Joseph May's Terzanelle Contest

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