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In this page, poems on / about “howl” are listed.

  • 229.
    time passes, does it not

    time passes, does it not,
    trickling away in drops, from a leaking tap unnoticed
    imperceptible, drops of our days and months that
    tsunami into years read more »

  • 230.
    While Demons Dance

    Under darkened skies with hanging clouds
    And blowing winds, that scream and howl
    I lie awake within these walls
    And hear the world, with all it's sounds read more »

  • 231.
    Mothra Rules -new-

    The forewarning Sirens stammer under false nerve
    As they howl at the rapture of her imminent approach
    Descending from the west with a titans bulking curve
    That Pierce through the skyline with cataclysmic force read more »

  • 232.
    The Old Ones

    There are places in the country where
    No people show their face,
    There are warrens, there are spinneys
    There are copses beyond trace, read more »

  • 233.
    Coyotes Howling

    Coyotes howl through the twilight night.
    Keeping our neighbors, indoors out of sight,
    Coyotes roam.
    We hear them too close to our home. read more »

  • 234.
    Murmurings Of The Morning

    Its only in the stillness of the morning, when one can hear
    the murmurings of the traffic outside. In the murmurings one can hear
    the different growling noises from cars as they accelerate from
    traffic lights. Moaning noises from big trucks doing their engine read more »

  • 235.

    Looking out over the vast valley, she sits with her family. Her children, she notices resemble their father. Suddenly she hears howl far off in the distance, The children look up at their mother their eyes bright with curiosity. Mother looks up at the moon and lets out a low resounding howl letting her mate know where they are, then the pups join in with the haunting choirs. read more »

  • 236.
    God Died Yesterday

    Vain mortal of helpless arm
    Weep as though the tears will bring him back.
    Aloud, wail! Cry aloud read more »

  • 237.
    i am wolf


  • 238.
    The Howler

    There is blood
    dripping, dripping
    off snow white paws,
    ice perfection, read more »

  • 239.
    Appalachian Vignettes

    the sun
    streaking its blush
    across the dawning sky
    bleak winter morn read more »

  • 240.
    The Beautiful Goddess

    The beautiful Goddess Mother Nature her presence around me everywhere
    The only God of which one can be certain and with her there is none to compare
    Though last night she seemed rather angry I heard her howling in the trees
    This morning again she seemed pleasant she whispered in a gentle breeze, read more »

New Howl Poems

  1. Mothra Rules, Kevin Patrick
  2. While Demons Dance, Eric Paeplow
  3. time passes, does it not, Raj Arumugam
  4. The Wind, Stella Kuhl
  5. Ringed Moon, Gustav Suits
  6. Pond Water, Naveed Akram
  7. Alone in this Fight, Ketti Somethingoranother
  8. Your dearest love, Filip Nielsen
  9. Mr. Candidate's Criteria, Pranab K. Chakraborty
  10. Call Of the Wolf, Eleanor Byrne
  11. My Child Is Kidnapped, Eleonor Santiago
  12. Cheetah & Jane, Richard Thripp
  13. Laws Of Galileo, Richard Thripp
  14. The Scorcher and the Howling Swell, Banjo Paterson
  15. Hell's Fury, Lento Maez
  16. Grey Wolf, Midnights Voice
  17. Earth Music, Daniel Brick
  18. Wolf, Maurice Rowlands
  19. Wind, Graeme Boast
  20. Autumn, Graeme Boast
  21. The Night Watchman, Dorothy Sinha
  22. Howling, Lynn Anne Brown
  23. 144 Syllables On A Winter Morning, Joshua Lewis White
  24. The Wind, Elia Michael
  25. After The Storm, Lisa Weeks
  26. Scream, Kathryn Kubacki
  27. Howling Wolf, Gemma Heaney
  28. Wind, Elia Michael
  29. The Wolf Within, Shelbie Hale
  30. Winter, Nero CaroZiv
  31. The Moon Of Old, Sofia Vigo
  32. hoot and howl of night, sallam yassin
  33. Hound Of The Plain, John Conway
  34. Winter tanka, Diana Rosser
  35. The Wolf King, Tristan Niggemann
  36. the Hunt, John Wollenzien
  37. The scenes of a ruined heart, Romeo D. Matshaba
  38. The Moment, Johann Thorarensen
  39. Bright Horizon, Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known ..
  40. Razors In The Wind, James Aykroyd
  41. Parrot Silencing, Ilko Alexandrov
  42. The drear, Emmanuel George Cefai
  43. Canyon Wind, Jane Johnson
  44. Levchin, Edward Kofi Louis
  45. Wall, wallet!, Edward Kofi Louis
  46. Sickness! !, Edward Kofi Louis
  47. Maybe We, John Courtney
  48. Leaves, Roman Tunkel
  49. The Howl And Human Habitation, Bijay Kant Dubey
  50. Eyes of the Wolf, Micah Krahn
  51. Zoophagous Sounds, Saiom Shriver
  52. flow, bruce butler
  53. A Sad Song, Norman Santos
  54. Good Night, Debanjan Dhar
  55. Anyango, Charles Jagongo Ogola
  56. The wolf, Poetheart (back)
  57. Family?, Shadow Vanity
  58. Murmurings Of The Morning, Jerry Behr Number 2
  59. The howl in the night, Brianna Woomer
  60. Haiku #5, Tabir Alam
  61. Mooo-ooooon, Chiban Kokoru
  62. Doberman, Tanner Herndon
  63. January Full Moon, Susan Gabriel
  64. On Peace, Navtej Bharati
  65. Coyotes Howling, Patricia Kelley
  66. The Old Ones, David Lewis Paget
  67. I Remember You, Chuks Kevin Nwaokolo
  68. After The Storm, Ruby Honeytip
  69. The Lone Wolf (Haiku), Octavious Harper
  70. Perseverance, Giorgio Venetopoulos
  71. Moonshine Prophecy, Plague Rose
  72. Middle of the Day Boyfriends, Robert Rorabeck
  73. Little Red, Cynthia Grieser
  74. 21st November 2012 [Haiku No.1], David James Crapper
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