Whispering Whiskers by 36tesseract Cat's-Eye-View. Sestina.
K, English, Adventure & Fantasy, words: 325, 2h
sliver of silver moon by PscyhoNerdGirl the moon waves its hands across the night/shining down its silver light :: poetry
K, English, Poetry & Spiritual, words: 130, 8/18
Prairie de Lins by zigaudrey Une poésie issue d'une écriture automatique et d'une idée sur le nombre de syllabes croissant. La forme de la poésie est en vers libre et rime plate, écrite le 16 août 2017.
K, French, Poetry, words: 36, 8/17
1 The Mountain after Rain by Silena River An ode to Blue Mountain and California rain.
K+, English, Poetry, words: 82, favs: 1, 8/13
sea green waves by PscyhoNerdGirl o the sea green waves battering the golden sands/ocean and waves upon the land :: poetry
K, English, Poetry, words: 78, 8/12
Green by Katje Kaase Nature surrounds us. Look carefully.
K+, English, Poetry & Drama, words: 66, favs: 1, 8/10
7 Une invasion dorée by xTheta [OS du FOF] Devant l'adversité qu'est le temps, ils fleurissent et lentement, main dans la main, tous ensembles, s'ouvrent. Bonjour soleil, disent-ils en cœur.
K, French, Poetry, words: 198, 8/8
1Poetry: Companions & the Wild » by Seudonimo Voldeminty Each chapter will have a poem about an animal.
K, English, Poetry, chapters: 5, words: 578, updated: 8/7 published: 7/30
intertwining leaves of interlocking trees by PscyhoNerdGirl the leaves, they locked hands over our heads/and so they were like a hallway leading off to some beautiful unknown / poetry /
K, English, Poetry, words: 364, 8/6
Forest Finery by Misheru Haruno Another poem for school, 7th grade I think. I believe this poem is more spiritualistic than anything
K, English, Poetry & Spiritual, words: 82, follows: 1, 8/6
Home is where you go when it gets dark by Seudonimo Voldeminty When you were a kid, did you ever spend hours playing outside (in the bush) and then realise with a shock that the sky was getting dark and had to hurry home (which was a tin shed in the middle of said bush)? Well, here is a poem.
K, English, Poetry & Family, words: 227, 8/6
Bouquet by Katje Kaase There Will Come Soft Rains "And not one will know of the war, not one Will care at last when it is done. Not one would mind, neither bird nor tree If mankind perished utterly; And Spring herself, when she woke at dawn, Would scarcely know that we were gone."
K+, English, Poetry & Drama, words: 53, favs: 1, 8/3
The Stage by Katje Kaase Nature creates imagination and reverence.
K+, English, Poetry & Drama, words: 59, favs: 1, 8/2
1Sentient Bond by Katje Kaase Poetry can bring objects to life. Imagination is the key.
K+, English, Poetry & Fantasy, words: 42, favs: 1, 7/29
1 T'was a Perfect Storm by Seudonimo Voldeminty Not the night before Christmas ... just about a storm doing what strong storms do.
K, English, Poetry, words: 164, 7/29
1 The Seasons by WritingIsNowMyLife A short poem that I wrote about the different seasons. Note that I wrote this a while ago, so the writing isn't that great, but I decided to post it anyways. Hope you enjoy :)
K, English, words: 260, favs: 1, 7/27
1 The Children and the Sea by Seudonimo Voldeminty Poetry form: Sestina (if you want to, check out Elizabeth Bishop's online first). I wrote this in 2015 and only tweaked it a little. Don't be daunted by the blocky structure! Rated T for ambiguous big gentle animal killing, with hints that children are watching. Includes the sea, children, innocence? and animal blood. Dang, that sounds morbid and graphic. It's really not!
T, English, Poetry & Suspense, words: 360, 7/27
La brise et le lac by Lithavien Un petit poème sur la nature qui m'est venu en tête
K, French, Spiritual & Romance, words: 205, 7/23
Nocturnal High by Katje Kaase Youthful adventures are priceless. Even old age cannot diminish the emotions felt long ago.
K+, English, Poetry & Adventure, words: 77, favs: 1, 7/16
1 Oh Great Sora! by ShuruiHageshiga45 This is another one that I wrote when I was 14. I have like three of them that I wrote when I was 14. Remember my poet skills have advanced from that time when I first started writing poems.
K, English, Spiritual & Supernatural, words: 223, 7/14