Poems About: HOWL
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205.After The Storm
I watch from my bed as the wind howls,
Twisting the trees into unatural shapes.
Too much water falls from the sky,
And cascades over swollen gutters read more »Lisa Weeks
The wind howled and the wind raged last night
It roared loud like an angry lion
It carried on with all of its might
Battering all it had its eye on read more »Elia Michael
207.At a rock music concert
The howl of the magic guitar
brings me intense pleasure
and he is stroking string after string read more »Gert Strydom
What are you but flowing rivers
And record players
Slowly gathering dust read more »Nadia Khomami
Sweet to the gay of heart is Summer's smile,
Sweet the wild music of the laughing Spring;
But ah! my soul far other scenes beguile, read more »Henry Kirke White
Chill blows the raging blast across the plain,
And sickly Phoebus scarce a ray sends forth; read more »Robert Anderson
211.At the Okavango swamp
It was in the Okavango swamp
that the dark ghoul came at night
and passed so near
that I could smell its stinking breath. read more »Gert Strydom
212.Together They Howled
My mother was a teenage werewolf
and my father a wise vampire.
They met in a medieval graveyard
in the shadow of the church’s spire. read more »Orlando Belo
213.Crying Wolf Inside
With a cry, with a whimper, she lets out a sigh.
Her spirit, her joy, her love gone dry.
An elevated head held high,
Drop goes a tear, she insists she’s fine, but it’s only a lie. read more »ayam Rose Estelle
214.Fear Versus Faith
The skies opened up and rain did pour.
I heard it from my bed.
The winds were howling and I closed my eyes
and then inside my head read more »Edwina Reizer
I reached out and pretended to take her nose
and she pretended that I had done so
laughed gleefully and ran away. read more »Lonnie Hicks
In the night I hear my wolf howling, In sheer happiness of freedom,
Lost in the pleasures of the soul-mate's song;
Or in the agonies of hardship,
A mind forever icy, trapped within the insanity of a cruel calm.
I know not which gives reason to my wolf's ghost cry, read more »Shameca Biggs