Poems About: ODE
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St. John, whose art sublimely shines
In liquid odes and melting lines,
Let Theobald his regard express
In verse of lesser loveliness. read more »Howard Phillips Lovecraft
230.An Die Schwalbe
Die 12te Ode Anakreons.
Schwatzhafteste der Schwalben, sprich,
Was tu ich dir? wie straf ich dich? read more »Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
This poem has no reason
Just the repetition of rhyme
Words to be forgotten
A memory soon to fade with time read more »NikMorgan ...
232.Sex Under A Vacant House
Torrents rain blindly flying air
crying in torrents hair matted
skull to face blanket used laid.
Light dim cracked features of read more »Cigar Aficionado
Swans, loons, tunes, and pantaloons. Acorns, dice, and tennis balls. Haystacks by the North Sea in late summer.
Goblets, ghosts, elves, and queen bees. Dumfries, Stranraer, Belfast, and Brigadoon. A ferry that sank beneath the Irish Sea.
Odes, wolves, and jelly beans. Killroy, whales, and submarines. The dragon devours the year. read more »WENDELL KURY
This pretty girl has style and flair,
Will she invite me to her lair?
I swear there's something in the air. read more »Pete Crowther
235.Fernando's Wooden Chest
let the predictable key read more »João Tomaz Parreira
pen in ink.
Human instinct, read more »Phoenix Phoenix
Some poets pen Horatian odes,
While others write in epic modes.
Some love the rousing roundelay
(Though most consider it passé) . read more »Bridgid Patrick
238.Let Me Not Know
If it were so let me not know
That never did you want me read more »Natasha Ashwe
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
240.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