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White Against White - Poem by Ernestine Northover

A polar bear treads warily across the ice,
In search of food.
Anything that he can acquire, would well suffice,
If something’s viewed.

Out in this vast isolated arctic expanse,
Where winds howl loud.
He waits, aloof, facing the roar in solid stance,
So strong and proud.

White against white, is seen, in this cold world of snow.
He travels far.
Cruising this frosted landscape where blue waters flow.
His Shangri La.


Comments about White Against White by Ernestine Northover

  • Rookie R H (5/3/2008 4:16:00 PM)

    I could feel the cold from here - you have captured the stark beauty of nature here Ernestine - 'ice, suffice, isolated' all words that echo the 'ice' sound and reinforce the white against white landscape you have painted with your words. Beautifully crafted - the language is chillingly accurate. j xx (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie - 2 Points Shelley L Baxter-Stanley (5/1/2008 1:11:00 AM)

    Ernestine, as Always I am impressed by your vision of things! I love the white against white imagery...truly the polar is beauty personified...in a peace filled way especially in its own habitat amongst the snow and the ice.
    I love this one.......thanx for sharing and Take care of U,
    Shelley (Report) Reply

  • Veteran Poet - 1,252 Points Melvina Germain (3/25/2008 8:44:00 AM)

    Ernestine your imagry is fantastic here, the reader can clearly see what is going on. I can almost see a tear in the eye of the polar beer, needing to find that food.
    A truly lovely write Ernestine.
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Poems About Howl

  1. 1. White Against White , Ernestine Northover
  2. 2. Missing...The Sounds Of Night , (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  3. 3. Howl Allen Ginsberg , Daniel Partlow
  4. 4. From Loneliness To Rage 01 , DAVID GERARDINO
  5. 5. The Spirit Of Discovery By Sea - Book Th.. , William Lisle Bowles
  6. 6. The Passing Year , Mathilde Blind
  7. 7. B() |() |() Howl At The Wind/B , Annie Cordelia Adams
  8. 8. Night Sounds , (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  9. 9. Gaza, A Prison-House , Neela Nath
  10. 10. Dreams Of Hemingway , Uriah Hamilton
  11. 11. We Are All Captured Beasts , Fyodor Sologub
  12. 12. The Howler , Alice Miller
  13. 13. The Spectral Horseman , Percy Bysshe Shelley
  14. 14. Angry Words , David Harris
  15. 15. Howling At The Moon , Tyler Anhorn
  16. 16. To The Winds , Charles Mackay
  17. 17. A New Footnote To Howl , Leslie Philibert
  18. 18. Dogs At Night , David Darbyshire
  19. 19. Under Whose Moon? , Eric Cockrell
  20. 20. Saturday Mournings , Jessica Holter
  21. 21. A Deep Werewolf Dream , tierra fisher
  22. 22. A Monster And A Revolver , Connor Whyte
  23. 23. At A Fields Cold Edge , Matt Johnston
  24. 24. Wolf , Laura Venter
  25. 25. To My Little Niece Anne Duyckinck , Henry Livingston
  26. 26. Beau Golden's Epitaph , BEAU GOLDEN
  27. 27. A Werewolf Howl , Anna Turtle
  28. 28. Slow Motion , Tailor Bell
  29. 29. Androcles And The Lion , Jonathan ROBIN
  30. 30. Dogs Bark , Hannah Smith
  31. 31. Fragment Of Song—&Quot;My Jean!&Quot; , Robert Burns
  32. 32. Pain , Sandra Feldman
  33. 33. Dog Poetry , Faith Elizabeth Brigham
  34. 34. Galoots , Carl Sandburg
  35. 35. Mothering Instinct(For Lyn) , Dónall Dempsey
  36. 36. Carpet Bombing , Paul Hartal
  37. 37. At A Rock Music Concert , Gert Strydom
  38. 38. Full Moon , Ejaz Khan
  39. 39. War , Tony Adah
  40. 40. Running With Wolves , Evan Skora
  41. 41. Lost Poems Found , David McLansky
  42. 42. Wolf's Revenge , Jessie Hopkins
  43. 43. Snow Wolves , Eric Ripley
  44. 44. The Wolf Inside , Ashley Morris
  45. 45. When Wolves Run Together , Ray Lucero
  46. 46. A Tale Of Two Laredos , Chenou Liu
  47. 47. Dark Poetry - Dark Love , Kieran J1996
  48. 48. Your Whisper In My Ear , Camilla Ghosh
  49. 49. Where Have They Gone? , (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  50. 50. Arctic Beauty , Denis Martindale
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