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Wren Poems - Poems about Wren

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Premium Member Various Heresies 6
...rite a few strange poems and odd treatises. The Strangest Rain by Michael R. Burch "I ... am small, like the Wren, and my Hair is bold, like the Chestnut Bur?and my eyes, like the Sherry in the Glass, that the Guest leaves ..."?E......Read More
Categories: wren, atheist, bible, christian, faith,
Form: Rhyme



Come Closer, Look Again
...stay to think a bit. I’m nestled in the trees around, The pine and fir and birch. Then watch as sparrows, crows and wrens, Fly down to take a perch. Its striped with veins of sediment, Of white and flex of gold. Perhaps entombed w......Read More
Categories: wren, 3rd grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Christmas Moose
...e. I had not lived here long, so the stories were not yet to be. I had asked a chipmunk, squirrel, two owls, and a wren friend. One of the owls said I would wish I’d left this alone in the end. I at last figured out it had to do w......Read More
Categories: wren, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Villanelles
...hael R. Burch for Beth She scrawled soft words in soap: "Never Forget, " Dove-white on her car's window, and the wren, because her heart is tender, might regret it called the sun to wake her. As I slept, she heard lost names rec......Read More
Categories: wren, moon, repetition, romance, romantic,
Form: Villanelle
Premium Member Poems about Flight, Flying and Birds III
...ilenced. Here, behold your tomb's white alabaster cage: pale, wretched thing! But you'll not be imprisoned here, wise wren! Your words soar free; rise, sing, fly, live again. Performing Art by Michael R. Burch Who teaches the ......Read More
Categories: wren, animal, bird, extended metaphor,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Poems about Butterflies and Bees
...Poems about Butterflies and Bees Flight by Michael R. Burch It is the nature of loveliness to vanish as but......Read More
Categories: wren, animal, butterfly, flying, insect,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Little Wren Sang Out
... Perched upon a leafless branch a little Wren sang out Strange I thought to wish to sing in such a barren tree, Yet his song was full of happiness, of that......Read More
Categories: wren, bird, happiness, joy,
Form: Rhyme
Wren
...The pixie of the thicket, the Wren, that wee russet bird, bodly flittered forth with a staccato rhthym of wing beats. It flittered forth from dense g......Read More
Categories: wren, analogy, animal, bird, courage,
Form: Free verse
Communing With Wrens
...The green tree, home to Jenny Wren, Sits on a lush oasis at the back of my yard. As sunlight penetrates Find me sitting on a shady bench Eye to ey......Read More
Categories: wren, bird, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Poems about Regret
...chael R. Burch for Beth She scrawled soft words in soap: "Never Forget," Dove-white on her car's window, and the wren, because her heart is tender, might regret it called the sun to wake her. As I slept, she heard lost names recou......Read More
Categories: wren, memory, pain, remember, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poems about Poems IV
...gle and slum, the anthologist rules, a pale jury of one. Performing Art by Michael R. Burch Who teaches the wren in its drab existence to explode into song? What parodies of irony does the jay espouse with its sharp-edged......Read More
Categories: wren, allegory, allusion, appreciation, art,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sonnets XLII-LI
...ilenced. Here, behold your tomb's white alabaster cage: pale, wretched thing! But you'll not be imprisoned here, wise wren! Your words soar free; rise, sing, fly, live again. Come Down by Michael R. Burch for Harold Bloom C......Read More
Categories: wren, bereavement, death, death of
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member THE BEE WHO THINKS SHE IS A BIRD
...r a crow It’s too small for a pelican or an eagle to make a den so, we thought, perhaps a blue jay, a cardinal or a wren. One day to our surprise we saw something in the birdhouse lurking about… On closer inspection the hole was alm......Read More
Categories: wren, humorous, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Making Concessions
...grasshopper knees waiting to sting and scratch, Give them an inch and they respond with stings and holes to patch. Wren and finch and grosbeak syrinx waiting to burst with song, Give them a glance and they reply with lusty sings-a-alo......Read More
Categories: wren, animal, bird, environment, nature,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member COLOR AND PASSION
...in an intoxicating distraction. Have you even compared the beauty of a peacock to a wren? I've seen young, gorgeous women, dressed like old hens. Terrified to wear anyt......Read More
Categories: wren, fashion, humor,
Form: Couplet

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