Top 100 Poems About: NIGHT


In this page, poems on / about “night” are listed.
  • 1.
    Axis

    Through the conduits of blood
    my body in your body
    spring of night
    my tongue of sun in your forest read more »

    Octavio Paz
  • 2.
    Night-Night (Children)

    Night-night moon
    Night-night stars
    Night-night noisy
    trucks and cars. read more »

    C.J. Heck
  • 3.
    ' A Night Poem '

    After dancing on the nightly lips
    Dreams melt in
    The unrealized passion of the night read more »

    indira babbellapati
  • 4.
    Finale

    The cedar trees have sung their vesper hymn,
    And now the music sleeps--
    Its benediction falling where the dim
    Dusk of the forest creeps. read more »

    Emily Pauline Johnson
  • 5.
    Night after night

    Night after night I look at the sky
    And ask why you are not here.
    Night after night I listen to the
    Overwhelming sound of my heart read more »

    Gabby Becerra
  • 6.
    Twilight

    Twilight is majestic with a reddish-orange hue,
    With all its heart it welcomes the night new;
    Twilight is darker with dusk,
    Night is but the dusk's husk; read more »

    koyel mitra
  • 7.
    In The Silence Of The Night

    In the silence of the night
    I will come to you
    In the silence of the night
    I will lie with you read more »

    John Knight
  • 8.
    A Night Forever! !

    Last night she walked into my world,
    her touch so soft, so sure,
    last night she reached across the mile,
    and whispered such sweet a word, read more »

    Geoff Warden
  • 9.
    A Late Good Night

    My lamp is out, my task is done,
    And up the stair with lingering feet
    I climb. The staircase clock strikes one.
    Good night, my love! good night, my sweet! read more »

    Robert Fuller Murray
  • 10.
    Night of Nights

    ‘Twas deep; so deep of night,
    When I saw what I had seen -
    So truly deep of night,
    When I went where I had been, read more »

    Mark R Slaughter
  • 11.
    Still Night

    In the still night,
    In the deepest, darkest night,
    Where there is no night....
    Monsters lurk. read more »

    Scarlett Treat
  • 12.
    Remorse. (From August Von Platen)

    How I started up in the night, in the night,
    Drawn on without rest or reprieval!
    The streets, with their watchmen, were lost to my sight, read more »

    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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