Poems About: PASTORAL
Poems on / about :
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1.The Girl With The Goats
A girl who used to study in a labour school
And who used to graze sometimes,
I mean look after her herd,
But used to come up with the wild flowers read more »Bijay Kant Dubey
2.Pleasures Of Fancy
A path, old tree, goes by thee crooking on,
And through this little gate that claps and bangs
Against thy rifted trunk, what steps hath gone? read more »John Clare
3.A Blue Sky for Relief!
Blue hue of sky reminds me of pastoral Lord I pray!
Bulging crisis diminishes to naught at critical time
Whenever I have sought Him looking at blue sky! read more »Ramesh T A
4.A Brindhawan Dream!
Brindhawan garden comes to my dreams often!
Krishna and gopikas played pastoral fun there!
Can those times return once again, we cherish? read more »Ramesh T A
5.The Music Suite of 275 North, Cumby, Texas (that was inspired by my wife, Judy)
I look outside at our pastoral setting
Where fresh winds blow,
Birds are calling each other not Tweeting
Butterflies are zipping through air read more »Joe Rosochacki
6.Culture And Civilisation
Culture cherishes where there is pastoral life;
All Epics and classics speak about that life.
Civilisation of court life is hypocritical, false;
Pastoral life of country side is true, natural! read more »Ramesh T A
SCENE: A roadside in Arcady read more »Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Pastoral read more »Lola Haskins
9.Glenroy Station Pastoral
This pastoral symphony
from the station speakers
leaves the masses unmoved read more »vince gullaci
10.Faith Outlawed Political Oppression
enduring political oppression
without resurrection fibre faith
this then was thorny problem
splinter within pastoral Russian read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
11.Christ and Krishna...
Christ and Krishna
grew their divine charisma
in idyllic, pristine
pastoral ambience read more »PARTHA SARATHI PAUL
12.A Promise To California
A PROMISE to California,
Also to the great Pastoral Plains, and for Oregon:
Sojourning east a while longer, soon I travel toward you, to remain, read more »Walt Whitman