In this page, poems on / about “warning” are listed.

  • 277.
    Memories Of The Male Snipe

    Above his breeding territory in the night sky
    with his wings and tail he sends out a warning as to and fro he fly
    To the males of his own kind those living nearby
    The sound that he creates seems like a goat like cry. read more »

  • 278.
    The perils of summer

    The newspapers and our
    ubiquitous and ever-ready
    self-appointed well-meaning
    advisors warn us. read more »

  • 279.
    Three Miles East Of The Town

    By the babbling creek that flows by the woodland through the high country three miles east of the town
    The shrike thrush on a wattle tree is whistlingat twilight just before the sun goes down
    And all is well in Mother Nature's garden on a pleasant end to a sunny Autumn day
    A memory such as this lasts a whole lifetime and even in old age from you won't fade away. read more »

  • 280.
    The Warning

    Many to Christ refuse to bow
    To Satan’s will yet fall
    So few believe God’s warning now?
    To heed Salvation’s call read more »

  • 281.

    I am a very jealous soul
    jealous and protective
    a dangerous combination read more »

  • 282.
    When You're Asleep (a childhood dream}

    When you’re asleep
    Does life go on
    Or does it stop? I wonder
    Have you ever stopped? read more »

  • 283.
    The End

    Men of the earth
    We have been warned
    Repent for the day is at hand
    And Hell shall be filled with the unbelievers read more »

  • 284.
    Out There In The Nearby Paddock

    The spur winged plovers calling in the paddock nearby
    And somewhere in the deep scrub the hunting red fox cry
    Perhaps the plovers warn him not to venture too near
    To their invisible nesting borders the safety of their vulnerable young cause them to lose all fear read more »

  • 285.
    Breaking News

    Recently, I’ve been lost in space
    I can’t bring myself back to earth
    I can’t answer all your questions
    I forget who am I and who I love read more »

  • 286.
    This Is Only A Test!

    We interupt your regularly scheduled reading for this weekly test of the Emergency Poetry Broadcast System. This website, in cooperation with the FCC and FEMA are working together to provide you with informative poetry in the event of natural disaster or public unrest. Had this been an actual emergency, a poem would appear directing you to act. Thousands of lives were saved durring Hurricane Katrina because people were warned by the following poem:

    Ready Or Not, Here Comes Katrina! read more »

  • 287.
    buked and scorned

    ’Buked and scorned,
    you’ve been warned,
    but can bet
    you will forget. read more »

  • 288.
    Warning Angels

    They seem to light when I'm at rest
    Not thinking much at all
    Then suddenly a feeling comes
    And tells me not to call read more »

New Warning Poems

  1. Each Tick, Madhav Sarkunde
  2. Hitler of our time, Nassy Fesharaki
  3. Psalm 064, Forrest Hainline
  4. And What I Go On Believing, Rites Ghosh
  5. playing conkers, lee fones
  6. After the warning, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  7. The Turret-Clock, William Henry Leatham
  8. Epitaph In Sevenoaks Church-yard, Anonymous British
  9. Haiku, Brian Minniear
  10. Again and again, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  11. Torn Away, Afrilisha LoweVidal
  12. Weak and Feeble Voices and Cries, Akhtar Jawad
  13. Ran for life, hasmukh amathalal
  14. Never a sweet proposal, hasmukh amathalal
  15. Neurotic, cookie platterkrautenflugleh ..
  16. Divorce, Ray Hansell
  17. Your Beautiful Smile, Seinu Abdulgafar
  18. Burned, Maya Hanson (mye3 poet)
  19. The Time Of Warnings, Naveed Akram
  20. Vampire, Graeme Boast
  21. Sent To Pain, Naveed Akram
  22. Sorrowful Thought, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  23. Warning Cactus, Lento Maez
  24. Spring Time Rains, Tommy Johnson
  25. Candy, Emily Liang
  26. Lonely Goodbyes, Ace Of Black Hearts
  27. BEWARE!, Gamaliel Scipio
  28. foolish hearts, Hajime Midori
  29. Tiger, Tiger, hasmukh amathalal
  30. Bells Bells Bells, Saiom Shriver
  31. Reptile: The Cobra, Aftab Alam
  32. Haiku: Ultimatum, Diane Hine
  33. St. Judes' Storm, Bernard Kennedy
  34. The Fruits of Crime, Barney Rooney
  35. Traffic Light, Vera Sidhwa
  36. Youtube Legend, Denis Martindale
  37. Heartache and Headache [REVISED], Margaret Alice Second
  38. Princess, Hiada Debney
  39. Oh Dear Anna, Cody Deleurme
  40. Just in Case, Diana van den Berg
  41. Goodbye to suicide, sekharan pookkat
  42. O Cigarettes, hasmukh amathalal
  43. 2046, Vishal Sharma
  44. Room No.1408, Vishal Sharma
  45. In any way a believer, Pierre Rausch
  46. A Murder of Crows, Hope McPeak
  47. With Sleepless Eyes, Naveed Akram
  48. Notice board, Abdul Wahab
  49. The Clone, Glenn Anderson
  50. Many Meanings, Beatrice Anne Gardener
  51. Medicine In Poetry: How to Know Your Dep.., Dr John Celes
  52. Knowing, Ruhi Shah
  53. Danger, Seth Jones
  54. Respect Word Warn, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  55. Stubborn Desires, atrisyia khusaini
  56. George McGovern, Ima Ryma
  57. I Was Warned, Liam Hughes
  58. A Small Story About Heart and Mind, Naga Bhanu Vemuri
  59. Bad Boy Nimko and Bad Girl Akako, Raj Arumugam
  60. Man's last stop, Rachel Branscombe
  61. Broken Glasses, Hafeni Nghidinua
  62. no tsunamis in aneyoshi, gershon hepner
  63. What Is It Now Are You Left To Believe?, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  64. The Statue, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  65. Months Of 9/11 Intelligence Warnings Ign.., Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  66. The Sui Palace, Li Shangyin
  67. The Sui Palace, Han Yu
  68. Violence Fills The Earth, Bob Gotti
  69. I Found My Lungs on the Shelf, Shalyn Stachmus
  70. Mother's Trinkets, M.S.B Anonymous
  71. Waiting On The Right Flame, Rebecca Pepper
  72. muslim, hizar khan
  73. I warned- adverse times, gajanan mishra
  74. I warned, gajanan mishra
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