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Whale Poems - Poems about Whale

Whale Poems - Examples of all types of poems about whale to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for whale.
Jonah and the whales
...Jonah, praying in the great fish, with putrid slime on red eyelids, has the sudden faith of near death - sings on the beach, fish-vomit in his beard. Whale-songs drift, doubts echo, luring......Read More
Categories: whale, faith,
Form: Free verse

Happy to be here
...Happy to be here day by day Wanting to be remembered so I can stay Looking for answers to no avail Seeking the truth like a starving whale Feeling like the world is near the end. Trying to find ......Read More
Categories: whale, angst, anxiety, desire, god,
Form: Rhyme
...I watch one day fades into another day taking with it the residue of the previous day and the trouble in the sea roll over the hill forcing me to keep still. I watch the day unfold and my mind growin......Read More
Categories: whale, business, care, change, character,
Form: Name
...They are forming clusters in the sky, and you cannot see them with your naked eyes you have to consult the giant telescope and go deep sea fishing in a construction boat, and when the wind hits your ......Read More
Categories: whale, america, art, bullying, deep,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The key is the Key
...I went to see the sea one day, And saw a whale of a tale. A knight in shining armor rode A horse that had no tail. He said he came from Camelot To find the Holy Grail. But on his quest he got......Read More
Categories: whale, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme

... When you walk under the watchful eye of a full moon…your mind begins to soar And you find a variety of thoughts come crashing upon your shore. For instance: as I see the moon and stars hovering......Read More
Categories: whale, moon,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member whale words
... long days and nights upon this blue my best attempts to speak with you and still my studies can’t construe the basics of your tongue but oh the songs you’ve sung! we humans ......Read More
Categories: whale, adventure, analogy, language, ocean,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member MY EYES
... There are many wonders of creation in this body that houses me… One of those many wonders is my ability to see. To take in all the sights around me…for my brain to record and analyze…. is the ......Read More
Categories: whale, inspiration,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sandcastle
...Seagull swim in sky Ocean drowns tan sandcastle Beached black whale dying......Read More
Categories: whale, angst, beach, bird,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Howe Meadow ITQ
... Written: January 22, 2024 _________________________________________ I hear the wild cry as I sleep, no roaming goats or gulls or sheep. Tire them out, no trace of drea......Read More
Categories: whale, analogy, appreciation, bird, flying,
Form: Quatorzain
a Song In Dreamtime
...Sing us a song oh giant of the deep, an ancient refrain to hear in our sleep, let no man silence you and your kin, if contemplated would be a sin. Across the oceans of our world, we hear your so......Read More
Categories: whale, analogy, animal, beautiful, deep,
Form: Rhyme
The Mind
...*THE MIND* I know a damsel who dances to the tune of circumstances Never believes in the power of positivity Always quick to claim negativity Blaming God for everything And asking questions ......Read More
Categories: whale, appreciation, growth, happiness, mother
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wore Leather-Loose and Suede Shoes Tight - ITQ
...Before the day turned into night, I had made sure I dressed up right, Wore leather-loose and suede shoes tight, Then, drove my Benz down strips of light. It is Vegas, not like those towns, Get......Read More
Categories: whale, appreciation, character, confidence, encouraging,
Form: Quatorzain
Premium Member Simple Simon
..."Simon Edy, known as Old Simon, (1709-18 May 1783) was a London beggar who may have served as an inspiration for a popular nursery rhyme. He lived in a derelict "Rats' Castle" in the rookery of Dyott......Read More
Categories: whale, allusion, analogy, appreciation, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Into The Blue
...Bowing to the mighty ocean Relentless is her pull, Into the blue depths 'Til she's good and full Ice took it's first shot As steady we ran right in, Sailing along so freely As a whale on hi......Read More
Categories: whale, boat, death, goodbye, history,
Form: Rhyme

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