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Poems About: ODE

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  • 85.
    What Flavour?

    Horace: Book III, Ode 13

    "O fons Bandisiæ, splendidior vitro---" read more »

    Franklin P. Adams
  • 86.
    An Ode to Anna Russell, On Her Birthday

    Here is an ode to Anna Russell
    with a wriggly jiggly bum that is really all muscle
    and with a mind that is dancing all of the time
    she's a tequila mockingbird with a twist of lime read more »

    Chuck Audette
  • 87.
    Ode to the crow

    Ode to the crow
    that finds its way
    to fly straight home
    on this most terrible day. read more »

    Cameron Brooks
  • 88.
    He's Here

    He's here,
    Like that day,
    Drizzled rained hailed,
    All in one spray. read more »

    Attia Taylor
  • 89.
    Pop-up Adverts and how They Crush Your Soul

    I sat by my screen intending to write
    An ode to the woman who gives my soul flight
    Start up the computer and run through my mind
    To see what emotions and feelings I find read more »

    Flying Lemming
  • 90.
    The Ode for Johnny Bravo

    I don't know how to write an Ode
    but you inspired my fingers to type.
    I don't know who the hell you are
    nor who the diapered baby with the arrow is read more »

    Loreta Muskardin
  • 91.
    His Monument

    Horace: Book III, Ode 30

    "Exegi monumentum aere perennius---" read more »

    Franklin P. Adams
  • 92.
    Interpret My Thoughts

    To these things seen- what ode is there to memories past?
    of people known, of places cherished
    of times and cities, of oceans, of nightmares, of love, of hatred
    of good, of evil read more »

    Dan Medina
  • 93.
    Ode To The Crow

    Ode to the crow
    that finds its way
    to fly straight home
    on this most terrible day. read more »

    Cameron Daniel Brooks
  • 94.
    Nyx

    Nyx - Ode -

    Strophe: read more »

    Giorgio Venetopoulos
  • 95.
    Ode To A Demoted Flow

    Energy I once had I thought to be everlasting,
    Has slowed.
    Each day I get up to quickly seek rest,
    From all the mindlessness that gets me upset. read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 96.
    Wraith You Were

    Wraith you were in dreams, I felt you;
    you had a blue ribbon to twine,
    my spirit's ocean drops and truth,
    the stars ironically to shine; read more »

    Giorgio Venetopoulos
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