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Waning Poems

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List of Waning Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Four Seasons of the Queens Chantelle Anne Cooke Free verse waning, adventure, creation, dance, metaphor,
Would You Still Love Me Debjani Mitra Free verse waning, care, cry, death, depression,
Tide Pools of Blue Terry Mullally Rhyme waning, anxiety, beautiful, destiny,
The Narrowing David Wakeling ABC waning, 10th grade,
Premium Member Poem Darkling Vaughan Wesley Free verse waning, faith, morning,
Premium Member Poem Reflective Spring Phillip Garcia Sonnet waning, daughter, divorce,
Waning George Aul Haiku waning, nature,
Premium Member Poem Apogee Sherry Asbury Prose Poetry waning, moon, nature, writing,
We are nearly home my angel we are nearly home David Wakeling ABC waning, 10th grade,
Rising Sun and Waning Moon Lin Lane Sonnet waning, fantasy,

November Blues
by Valentina Iljina-Pechenova
So tender and yet so stormy this November –
Deep soft its colors though frost covers all leaves.
I walk stepping on them and feel their silky...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, love, nature,

Fear
by John Steward
I Dwell Inside the Shadows
I live inside your fears
I am in the darkness of your mind
I am the bitterness of tears.
  

I’m creeping in...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, fear,

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Black Powder Rain
by Laura Leiser
Likened to a beast of burden
I groan with back breaking strain
weary laden and fraught with pain
working mightily in vain
under this black powder rain.

‘Tween strife, sweat...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, life, work,

An evening wonderment
by Bobb Marly
3 November 2018 4:45pm

Peering up at the heavens through the skylight
I see the sun striking the trees casting shadows across fields so bright

I see shaking...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, autumn, dream,

Drenched of hell's insanities
by Chris Green

Drenched of hell’s insanities 



Sending chills this tortured spine, 
as aches precede the worded fiction
Sorted truth does rest sublime 
beneath the light of benediction
Broken dreams...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, dark, horror, scary,

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The last Night of October
by Quoth TheRaven
The last Night of October

It's that time, again, the last night of October, 
the last glow of twilight nearly gone.
Children race out and about,
winding through...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, child, horror, magic, october,

The Heart Wanes
by Vladislav Raven
The Heart Wanes

Oh beating heart thy cursed beast
On and on each beat a dagger in my accursed soul
Forth from dying embers love must flow
Though sorrow...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, emotions,

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Stick and Defeat
by Kai Michael Neumann

In the fading heat of a waning falling October night

Trick and Treat travel on their broomstick’s front seat

high speed velocity twin turbo engines in roaring...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, irony,

Doodle Jump's Jigsaw Sculpture
by Rhiddhit Paul
She stumbled from the realms of reality,
From door to door, she hopped onto the staircase,
Stepped through a window on the way there
And sat on the...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, abuse, anger, celebration, chocolate,

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Green Hills
by Dale Gregory Cozart
I shall not waiver nor will I digress
from gazing at these lambent hills of green
where mounds of grass like cobblestones progress
from creek beds where the...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, nature, spring,

The Unseen, As Swirling Ebbs Of Time Plod Along
by Lawrence Sharp
A collaboration with Robert Lindley
19th October 2018

I feel very privileged to have been able to contribute something small to a second collaboration with poet extraordinaire,...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, allegory, analogy, introspection,

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The Unseen, As Swirling Ebbs Of Time Plod Along
by Robert Lindley
The Unseen, As Swirling Ebbs Of Time Plod Along

Fight disbelief, as its intended power is to deceive
its low, hard constant drone, echoes shattered moans
with razor...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, art, creation, deep, humanity,

The Battle of Depression
by K.S. LAKSHMI
The black hole was enticing me, 
The mysteries lying past, its sensuous obscurity,
All the lights behind me were waning,
And the gloom spreading all around me,
I...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, depression, emotions, fate, hurt,

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EVERY BREATH
by Line Gauthier


every breath
shallower than the last
waning moon looks on



posted on September 30, 2018...

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Senryu | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, life, moon,

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Dog Days Endure
by Connie Marcum Wong
Dog Days Endure

Sirius, rising with late summer sun,
Dog star, your timeless tour has just begun. 
Sweet sultry lazy days beside the lake,
These precious waning days...

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Rubaiyat | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, moon, star, summer,

A Drink at the Moon Fest
by Charlie Way
A Drink at the Moon Fest
People tend to lament over the full moon at the moon fest,
Yet no one knows on whom the crystal disc’s...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, moon,

Nocturnum
by Diana Almajan-Guta
Nocturnum 
We lie beneath the slowly waning moon, 
Her sharp shape emerging like a fine fang, 
Metamorphosed from the bright afternoon
And now -- upon a...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, 12th grade, abuse, allusion,

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My Waning Years
by Connie Marcum Wong
My Waning Years

As my waning years return me to reverie
I dream about the days we spent with sylvan trees
As sunset casts its golden glow on...

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Enclosed Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, autumn, romantic love,

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The Path Became Bloody, The Door Forever Was Shut, Part Two
by Robert Lindley
The Path Became Bloody, The Door Forever Was Shut
  (Part Two)

Again, new beast has risen, as was before
Famished, seeking its first meal, blood and...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, courage, dark, death, hope,

Eternally
by eric ploscik
I feel your warmth inside me
This was destined to be
For you see something
That no one else but the Good Lord can
And why does it matter?
When...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waning, appreciation, longing,