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Poems About: OCEAN

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

  • 109.
    A Carp in the Donut-Shaped Lake

    (To Akira Kurosawa)

    Swimming in the donut-shaped lake,
    The carp goes round and round, read more »

    Pedro Cescon
  • 110.
    Where The Land Meets The Ocean

    The great white waves of the Pacific how loudly they do roar
    And crash against the volcanic rocks that guard the ocean shore
    The silver gulls above the beach are calling as they fly
    And the terns dive in shallow waters for small sea things from the sky, read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 111.
    I've Come Down to the Ocean

    I've come down to the ocean;
    The ocean great and wide,
    Of pure blue span
    And soft white sand read more »

    Lizzy Anon
  • 112.
    Gulf Aftermath 2

    Gulf Aftermath
    By Lori Triggs
    Copyrighted August 15 2010 read more »

    Lori Triggs
  • 113.

    From seven-palm-tree depth of ocean
    Tsunami of desires blew up.
    Pushed the cloud away
    But read more »

    Hrushikesha Mohanty
  • 114.
    Mother ocean

    Slide deeply into my bones
    and make my fears go away.
    i want to be blue, like the ocean.
    i want to be strong and beautiful, read more »

    André Lopes
  • 115.
    Deep Blue Knight

    Deep Blue Knight
    I want to jump into the ocean read more »

    melissa fox
  • 116.
    The Flowers of the Sea

    Tasting the pleasures
    Of the ocean currents,
    I find pearls
    Black and white, read more »

    Peter S. Quinn
  • 117.

    My venture an impulsive start
    Unfastened into water and looked around
    Appeared a calm ocean from above
    Hidden beneath countless treasures read more »

    Vidi Writes
  • 118.
    water in ocean

    It´s indeed as delicate as a most skilled dancer but its rage is beyond human comprehend. It can be as beautiful as heaven, but at its bottom there lies eternal coldness.

    you walk on it in winter and accidently step in a weak spot.
    'you can walk on it when the winter lord freezes it, you can die if you fall from it.' read more »

    Maria Junnonen
  • 119.
    Amidst, amidst

    Amidst, amidst
    Amidst the waves
    The ocean-waves that sparkle on the pilot sea
    And glisten in the night to dancing forms read more »

    Emmanuel George Cefai
  • 120.

    Ephemeral isn't beautiful unless it's beautiful and beautiful.
    And beautiful isn't this unless it's this.
    And beautiful.
    And Literature is the water in the ocean, read more »

    Josh Davoll
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