Top 100 Poems About: RAVEN


In this page, poems on / about “raven” are listed.
  • 1.
    Black rose

    You look like a black rose
    in full bloom.
    Your pose and the clothes you wear
    Make me stare. read more »

    Daniel Hooks
  • 2.
    (Stilted) Laurels From a Poe Toaster

    Stilts on ice in Boston city
    Isn’t it a pity
    The story it goes
    Tells of a distorted ghost read more »

    Mason Maestro
  • 3.
    Marriage At Its End

    I have traveled the road of darkness,
    in a relationship of hate and felt like death,
    I am a patient women hanging to find the light, read more »

    Poetic Lilly Emery
  • 4.
    I Hear The Raven Sing

    I can hear the raven sing,
    I can hear the raven sing,
    He calls out my name,
    I can hear the raven sing, read more »

    Osceola Waters
  • 5.
    Graveyard in the snow

    Today, I cannot find your grave,
    because the stone with your name
    is set in the earth,
    down, where it is not in the way, read more »

    Martina E. Elenbaas
  • 6.
    The Raven

    Every night a raven visits me
    its feathers dark as its future
    every night a raven visits me
    its eyes full of dreams read more »

    muniro ali
  • 7.
    The Raven And The Crow

    what is the difference
    between a raven and a crow?
    for one has a more beautiful name
    than the other one has to show read more »

    May Namoc
  • 8.
    Leda, After the Swan

    Perhaps,
    in the exaggerated grace
    of his weight
    settling, read more »

    Carl Phillips
  • 9.
    The Raven

    The Raven is black as night
    But, her heart remains pure
    She is always misunderstood
    Her motives are always in question read more »

    Tearsica Brooks
  • 10.
    Nobody

    Raven: Hate Sorrow Fear Dove: Love Hope Happiness

    nobody to love
    nobody to hold read more »

    Kami Henson
  • 11.
    Raven

    If you see a dark place
    Know that a raven passed by
    If you see a weeping eye
    Know that a raven passed by read more »

    Fadwa Daddou Gmiden
  • 12.
    A Raven's Musings

    Black feathers, black wings
    Of a lonely death he sings
    Is it always mischief he brings?
    Listening to the Raven's musings read more »

    Patty van Delft
  • 13.
    What is Black?

    What is Black?

    Black is the night,
    Closing in around you read more »

    Taylor MacDonald
  • 14.
    The Story Of Nevermore

    now I cast a hypnotic spell
    to free a child from her hell
    surrender now child fall deep in my spell
    just come to me child and all will be well read more »

    Raven Nevermore
  • 15.
    Blood In The Snow

    Flame-hot blood on ice-cold snow,
    Vultures caw and ravens crow.
    Broken swords among the slaughter,
    Hot blood and cold snow make steam and water. read more »

    Thomas Ware
  • 16.
    Desert Eve

    In burning shades of red,
    The sun will shed its light,
    And fade through whispering clouds.
    As night whisks in, so proud, read more »

    M. Richard Smith
  • 17.
    I Am Still Thinking Of That Raven

    I am
    still thinking of that raven read more »

    Ahmad Shamloo
  • 18.
    Imprisoned

    The raven shrieks.
    He has captured me.
    I must go through the land forever
    in his cry. read more »

    Thomas Bernhard
  • 19.
    Upheaval

    When I roamed with ravens
    and fought the wicked wolf
    Blood stained my being
    and my eyes were not seeing. read more »

    Eric Frazier
  • 20.
    The Raven And The Raven

    Said The Raven
    To The Raven
    Which Raven are you? read more »

    David Alexander Jackson
  • 21.
    To the Raven on Hurricane Ridge

    We supposed that the raven sought us out

    And had some familial purpose read more »

    Rebecca Duncan
  • 22.
    depression, kills.

    a cold icy hole in the middle of a large bed of ice acrossed a lake, wide as the horizon.

    in the middle, down this deep blackend hole, shown a girl frozen in a position of pain. read more »

    Alexandra Blisse
  • 23.
    'Raven Spirit'

    “Raven Spirit”

    Born unto this life,
    Winter turned into read more »

    John Cochrane
  • 24.
    Haida Gwai’i (The Isles of Lost Appeal)

    These are the large cedar poles
    Bleached and buffed by the element to a silver-gray
    Slowly decaying as they fall
    Alas, read more »

    Erhiawarien Justice Akpesiri
  • 25.
    Love Is Fragile

    Love is as fragile as the heart of an angel.
    Hate is as fragile as the heart of a child.
    Who will ever tell me the difference
    Between these two parts of my purple senses? read more »

    Cristian Carcu
  • 26.
    Scarecrow

    Dear scarecrow!
    Scare the vulgar ravens
    Scare them.
    Dark-hearted in black, they are read more »

    salman bohlooli
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