Poems About: OCEAN
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
325.Our last Swim (R.I.P. Anne Mary Simon)
Our last Swim
For my beloved Anne Mary Simon read more »Renee' Stretch
326.Across these oceans....
You are my brother,
Even though we're
Miles apart. read more »Siyabonga A nxumalo
I watched awed as the ocean rises and curls itself,
Wondering what force was pushing it.
I watched with amusement as the waves displayed,
As if competing with each other, read more »Muneerah Abdulrahman
328.Ode to my Ocean!
Alas my beautiful Ocean!
My sweet hazel-green Ocean Lady!
I behold your pure and natural beauty
As astonishing as Aphrodite's, the Grecian. read more »L.P. Alexanders
329.I Hate My Phone
Have you ever had a phone?
That you couldn’t stand?
If you have, you are not alone.
My phone doesn’t like to follow my command! read more »Ocean Myranda
Planned things not always happen, but happen things you had no plans for. And yet many things that lie ahead of you, you dont know. Our life is like that of a river; joins another river on its way to the ocean; ocean of death, eternity.
It trickles down and down and goes on. Now it's like two... stronger, steadier, and needless to say non-splittable... needless, because; have you ever seen a river divide in parts? They are one now... that is one. read more »Ali Kazemi
331.a walk on the beach by nadood
From all the stress and all the pain
I would walk on the beach in the rain
I could hear the whispers of the Shore
Taking away all the problems and sore read more »nadood al ND
332.AIR FRANCE PLANE CRASH MYSTERY!
Air France plane crashed into Atlantic Ocean
Flying from Brazil to France near an island!
From the Southern to the Northern hemisphere
It was a risky air travel for many on the ocean. read more »Ramesh T A
A dead starfish on a beach
He has five branches
Representing the five senses
Representing the jokes we did not tell each other read more »Jack Spicer
334.Seascape With Sun and Eagle
than most birds
an eagle flies up
over San Francisco read more »Lawrence Ferlinghetti
335.The Silent Sea
Shades of green and aqua blue
The sea painted a thousand hues
Beneath thundering ocean wave
Out of the reach of mariners graves read more »Debi Fields
O mighty-mouth'd inventor of harmonies,
O skill'd to sing of Time or Eternity,
God-gifted organ-voice of England,
Milton, a name to resound for ages; read more »Alfred Lord Tennyson