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Poems About: ODE

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

  • 205.
    Ode to Mother's Day

    Ode to Mom, it's your special day.
    The time to reflect on the past, and look to the future ahead.
    You are 'special' in every sense of the word.
    You have always been there for us, in our time of need but, now is the time for us to be there for you. read more »

    Harlan Milleret
  • 206.
    kidnap Poem

    ever been kidnapped
    by a poet
    i'd kidnap you
    put you in my phrases and meter read more »

    mariena soares
  • 207.
    The beautiful heart

    The beautiful heart
    I would marry every word
    Betroth each metaphor read more »

    Matthew Holloway
  • 208.
    Ode To Brother

    Here is an ode just for you
    our little man with eyes of blue
    You make our home so lively and gay
    with all those strange things you love to say read more »

    Caitlin Wagner
  • 209.
    I knocked on an earth-red door

    I knocked on an earth-red door
    And death let me in;
    He spoke warm and soft
    About the log fire within. read more »

    Mark Heathcote
  • 210.

    thou art the fairest of all
    thou art my beauty at the mall
    thy picture always painted on the wall
    thy beauty is always as i might recall read more »

    umoh cyril
  • 211.
    Gde zeka pije vodu

    U sokaku corsokaku
    Il u mraku
    Tu za kvaku read more »

    Miroslava Odalovic
  • 212.
    The Lilies

    What marvelous symbols there be
    Of heaven and its Highest Jewel-
    A living ode to Yahweh's rule
    Inscribed on every thing we see. read more »

    John May
  • 213.

    Cool- calm; yet colors are printed -
    In these eyes, whose lid is shaken, In mind-
    Of a tumultuous past -
    Collapsed those castles above the head. read more »

    Deb Panda
  • 214.
    The Poet

    He sits, he thinks, he writes
    His flows go by and by
    From odd odes he rallies by
    And loves the ritual in his rites read more »

    Kenneth Umunna
  • 215.
    The Sleepless Eye

    Counting stars in a winter sky
    While breath circles upwards read more »

    Matthew Holloway
  • 216.
    She Sang A Mariners Song

    Out to sea an ocean lay
    Beyond the fall of all the stars read more »

    Matthew Holloway
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