Poems About: RIVER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
To provoke a river, a river of psychosis,
Is to madden the puberty of religion;
I braise a brick of meat with oil to sew
The rivers of juice into the morsel. read more »Naveed Akram
62.All The Rivers
'All the rivers run into the sea.'
Like the pulsing of a river,
The motion of a song,
Wind the olden words along read more »Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
63.Thames! Beautiful Thames!
Thames! Beautiful Thames!
Thames River arises at Gloucestershire,
flows thro' London, the capital of U.K; read more »Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
64.When The River Flowed
When The River Flowed
© 2011 (Jim Sularz)
Dedicated to my Brother-in-Law: William L. Browne III (1959-2011) read more »Jim Sularz
65.right across the river bend
Right across the river bend there’s a warm gentle breeze.
Right across the river-bend are trees with yellow leaves.
Right across the river bend the water reflects the sun.
Right across the river bend is a smell of innocence. read more »alicia page
I want to paint that river
And the scene behind it
The boat and the boatmen
I know everything about read more »Sadiqullah Khan
67.MOON SHINING OVER THE LONDON BRIDGE
The sky is dark now
And the night is here again
But there is a moon shining over the London Bridge right over the sky
And I keep watching that moon while I rest for a while at the Thames River read more »Aldo Kraas
Sometimes it scares me
How fast these waters rushing
Sometimes it stuns me
How the people keep hushing me down read more »Kara Johnstad
69.The Story of River Nile with Egyptian Women
Once upon a time in the beautiful ancient Egypt
The sun asked the river Nile
From where you got this golden color?
The river Nile said read more »hosny Soliman
70.Do You Really Want to Know Me?
if you know what a river is
perhaps you will know a man read more »RIC S. BASTASA
71.i cry no river
they love me
a river, read more »RIC S. BASTASA
72.Visit to Orcha: A visual exploration
River and tree look on morning town
And on the bridge and men and women
With loads of firewood from the forest
A bare-bodied man has sun on face. read more »Jagannath rao Adukuri