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Waxen Poems | Examples of Waxen Poetry

Waxen Poems. Below are examples of poems about waxen. This list of poetry about waxen is made of PoetrySoup member poems. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of waxen poetry. This list of works about waxen is a great resource for examples of waxen poems and show how to write poems about waxen. Definitions may be included where appropriate.

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List of Waxen Poems

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love a sprat colin heavingham ABC waxen, muse,
Shade Of The Wolf Annabelle Jane Free verse waxen, love,
Premium Member Poem Autumnal Days in America Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse waxen, allusion, autumn, perspective, truth,
Premium Member Poem One Nine and Sixteen What Are We Fighting For James Edward Lee Sr. Rhyme waxen, absence, assonance, betrayal, caregiving,
Premium Member Poem Springsound Stephe Watson Free verse waxen, bird, nature, sound,
White Therese Pace Free verse waxen, clothes, color, culture,
The Night Love Invaded Martins Deep Free verse waxen, love,
Premium Member Poem Repentance Again PATRICIA CRESSWELL Free verse waxen, religion,
Toy Soldier Kunda Chamatete Free verse waxen, age, emotions, growing up,
Premium Member Poem Forsaken Gary Smith Rhyme waxen, anger, betrayal, death, emotions,

After-Fever
by Manuel Abis
After the fever 
Is the rain arrested. The celebrated reading of puddles 
And guttered passages. The cold midnight sweat pacified 
In bed. No more insurrection...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, psychological,

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I Let My Mind Go Out To Play Today
by Sunlite Wanter
I let my mind go out to play,
And in jeans and sweatshirt in a forest lay.
Spring branches arching so high above,
Sunrays literally touching my toes.

I...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, fantasy, peace,

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Lightly Kissed
by Emile Pinet
Clear syrupy dewdrops
take on a golden hue
while dripping down tulips
like drops of honeydew.

A hint of scarlet blush
is not easily missed
as if these bashful blooms
had just...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, beautiful, flower, imagery, nature,

To Honey
by David O'Haolin Whalen
Honey

Sunlight caught within
Waxen chalice….Elixir
Of the Gods…for man
...

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Senryu | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, beauty, blessing, flower, heaven,

The eye of the beholder
by Susan Baquie
I sat on the train
travelling to my nine-to- five office job
passengers on Melbourne trains
read or sleep
meditate….
or stare vacantly…..
avoiding other people’s eyes
avoiding conversation
avoiding confrontation

I sat on...

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Blank verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, beauty, woman,

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crayons and city buses
by Anthony Slausen
some were peeling 
others chipped and cracked
some sat tall and semi-pristine
others were beautifully bent and black
one even wore the colors of another
all were silent as...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, city, people,

Wax and Metal
by Eliana Patt
Singing silver in the sky,
thinks that life won't pass her by,
on wings of silver she will fly,
avoiding land where dead ones lie.

Metal feathers and waxen...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, betrayal, flying, life,

Let The Heavens Sing
by Jim Sularz
© 2011 (Jim Sularz)

I will walk through fields of chrysanthemums,
with giant dragonflies in gloried hues.
In a curved space-time continuum,
I’ll stand in wonder, they’ll peer and...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, heaven, religious,

Jane
by Oliver C.S.
flowers are insignificant
gone so soon, waxen petals wilt away in mere hours
so delicate the breeze will break them

this is not the budding of a rose,...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, first love, flower, girlfriend,

Marco Rubio
by reay mackay
Marco Rubio
would show best perhaps in a Tussaud's studio
stiff waxen smile
the Cuban marionette attempting to beguile....

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Clerihew | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, abuse,

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Living Art
by Emile Pinet
Syrupy dewdrops,
slowly trickle 
down the sides of
a yellow tulip.
And a red blush
tints the bloom,
as though kissed
by the sun's first rays.
Its gilded light pools
like liquid gold,
as...

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Lyric | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, beautiful, color, flower, imagery,

The Trials of Meretrix Canto V
by john fleming
Here, this day, on this inglorious
Field
Thy vain struggles will count no
Valour.
All hope now abandoned,
Imminent defeat unconcealed;
Erstwhile countenance display 
Such waxen, languid pallor.
Surround by your dwindling...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, philosophy, proposal,

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Living Gems
by Emile Pinet
Petunias share shades of blue
with velvet centers gilded gold.
And white stripes enhance every hue
painting petals strikingly bold.

Roses boast scented scarlet swirls
with crimson centers at their...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, beautiful, color, daffodils, flower,

A Surprise Upon Awakening
by L. J. Carber
I woke up and in the mirror, saw a stranger-- a face not
mine, but like my own. So I wondered: Am I mad now?

But no,...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, analogy, imagery, introspection, life,

Amygdali
by Akira Gollihue
 This brain has ripened its bruises, and bursted
in a desperate spasm of words, words, words.
 My lips slip, pucker, and fold, twin gods
Enlivened, electrified...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, devotion, imagery, love, metaphor,

Burnt Verse: A Sailor's Tale
by Dan Keir
“I fear these furtive brumous depths,” the aged sailor growled,
“‘Cause nestled ‘neath these noisome reefs creep creatures cursed and cowled.

They flounder thus and, seeped in...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, allegory, fear, horror, mystery,

Just a Walk Away
by Lori Hurst

Inside worn and weathered walls,
Nobles and commoners
Gather and share 
In the field of rosiness.
Together, they are
Composed, well organized.
Each one partaking in blind optimism.
Knowing truly, that
The...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, anxiety, emotions, truth, wedding,

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The First Days Of Spring
by Emile Pinet
Uprooting the dreams
of yesterday
time sows the seeds
of tomorrow.

And clouds shed tears
of April rain
as winter wanes
and warmth abounds.

Fleeing far flung
sanctuaries
migrating birds
start heading home.

And on the winds
of...

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Blank verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, beauty, imagery, nature, spring,

Ana
by Zhish Kebab
You are beautiful.
But that word is not enough.
No word is enough.
But with many words I may attempt
to capture your beauty
to paint the words onto paper
so...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, love,

Artumes armies
by john fleming
Harken...those hollowing drums
Over cold vales so beat,
Exhorting a multitude of glistening 
Star-tipped spears,
As marching over shattered landscapes
In shinning replete:
Crunch Artumes eternal legions
Across the snow bound...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: waxen, winter,