Poems About: ROSE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Spring, the rose turns golden.
Summer, the rose turns scarlet.
Fall, the rose turns ashen.
Winter, the rose turns ebony. read more »Genevieve Lilith Vesta
206.Under Rose Arches
UNDER Rose Arches to Rose Town–
Rose Town on the top of the hill;
For the Summer wind blows and music goes,
And the violins sound shrill. read more »Kate Greenaway
207.I Will Rise
Suffocated with pain, drowning in sorrow
But I refuse to die,
Exhausted from chasing, beaten with harshness
But I refuse to die read more »Achieng' Ochieng'
Rose; who's rising my rose
the paradise is your name
your other name
but you have an other read more »sallam yassin
Every rose has its thorns
A beautiful flower with a bothersome mark
So what seems to be flawless
Is really quite stark. read more »Antonio Dias
210.Rise Again, Manny!
Rise, Manny, rise!
Be proud and be brave.
You're still my boxing hero,
A pride to every Filipino. read more »Alon Calinao Dy
211.Once More I Rise
Once more I rise
My eyes, my lungs filled with the dust
Of the arena floor read more »Hm. Nes
212.(Rose poems) A rose In a raging Flood
A rose in a raging current cries
Out to love and kindness to be saved
The raging flood catches her and crashes
Her without pity on the sharp edged rocks read more »BanishedFairy (a.k.a ngaka motaung)
You sent me a white rose when we met.
For the white rose stood for a love pure and true.
But the petals of the rose has turned grey and fallen
Like your love for me read more »Brenda D. Priest
214.Roses Are Red Violets Are Blue
Roses are red
Violets are blue
I've never found someone as patient
As you read more »Jennifer Alejandra
215.I Also Rise (Homage to Maya Angelou)
I have been used, abused, mistreated, and even overheated, but still I also rise
I have been denied, compromised, and even ostracized, but yet I still also rise
I have been called outdated, jaded, and mutilated, but here I still also rise read more »Wilfred Mellers
long, long time ago
in the past tense of my life
there was once a rosey rose
with a beauty sharper than a knife read more »Taher Shemaly