Poems About: GREEN
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
157.In The Shade Of The Green Wood
In the shade of the green wood
The holly does grow,
While in soft rays of sunlight
The wild roses glow, read more »ANDREW BLAKEMORE
158.Settled in Nettles
I remember climbing nettles-
Nettles climbing our wooden fence,
The excitement of touching,
The thrill of the blisters- read more »Alicia Adams
159.Keen to be green
I’m keen to be green like you
Though I haven't got a clue
But please don’t recycle me
Or I’ll go from green to blue read more »Sam Street
What is sometimes called a
tongue of flame
or an arm extended burning
is only the long read more »Grace Paley
161.Green Things Growing
O the green things growing, the green things growing,
The faint sweet smell of the green things growing! read more »Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
162.Let’s Be Green
Let’s be green, the poster said.
My eyes just popped out of my head
Imagining weird aliens,
Sat upon the garden fence, read more »C Richard Miles
163.- - - Living in Bowling Green (Ghazal)
Excuse me, but my favorite color isn’t green
Even though I live in the city of Bowling Green.
In its history the people played such lively games. read more »Ben Gieske
164.*809 PERIDOT BIRTHSTONE OF AUGUST
The Peridot (pronounced PEAR - A - DOE) is a very beautiful but lesser known gemstone. It was first discovered on Topazo Island in the Red Sea by the Egyptians who called it 'The Gem of the Sun'. Peridos are unique gemstones because they are always green. They are a form of Chrysolite - magnesium aluminium silicate - with an iron impurity which is responsible for its green colour. The depth of green is proportioanal to the percentage of iron.
Peridot so orthorhombic
Lime green - olive green - and sea green read more »John Knight
165.I Discover The World In India
red vermillion streaked hair
a red wattled lapwing
orange, same time each day, sunrises and sunsets
yellow and black taxi colours, yellow temple flags, bright yellow confectionery shops, yellow bright fragrant perfume shops read more »Bhupen Thakker
166.Orange And Green Will Carry The Day
Ireland! rejoice, and England! deplore--
Faction and feud are passing away. read more »Thomas Osborne Davis
167.Orange And Green Will Carry The Day
Ireland! rejoice, and England! deplore
Faction and feud are passing away.
'Twas a low voice, but 'tis a loud roar,
'Orange and Green will carry the day.'
Green and Orange!
Pitted together in many a fray
Lions in fight!
And linked in their might,
Orange and Green will carry the day.
Green and Orange!
Wave them together o'er mountain and bay.
Orange and Green!
Our King and our Queen!
'Orange and Green will carry the day!' read more »Thomas Davis
Life, hope, joy, enthusiasm, continuity,
optimism, rejuvenation, eternity,
all symbolized by leaves. read more »Gita Ashok