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Water - Poem by Pablo Neruda

Everything on the earth bristled, the bramble
pricked and the green thread
nibbled away, the petal fell, falling
until the only flower was the falling itself.
Water is another matter,
has no direction but its own bright grace,
runs through all imaginable colors,
takes limpid lessons
from stone,
and in those functionings plays out
the unrealized ambitions of the foam.

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Water Poems
  1. 1. Water
    Pablo Neruda
  2. 2. Going For Water
    Robert Frost
  3. 3. Water Picture
    May Swenson
  4. 4. Water
    Olivia Taylor
  5. 5. Afton Water
    Robert Burns
  6. 6. The Boiling Water
    Kenneth Koch
  7. 7. By The Grey Gulf-Water
    Banjo Paterson
  8. 8. Water Lily
    Rainer Maria Rilke
  9. 9. Water, Is Taught By Thirst
    Emily Dickinson
  10. 10. Clear Water
    Pia Andersson
  11. 11. Ducks Bobbing On The Water
    Kobayashi Issa
  12. 12. Water Lilies
    Sara Teasdale
  13. 13. The Water-Fall
    Henry Vaughan
  14. 14. (o) Water Always Finds Water (A Slip..
    Original Unknown Girl
  15. 15. Song Of The Artesian Water
    Banjo Paterson
  16. 16. The Star And The Water Lily
    Oliver Wendell Holmes
  17. 17. Wine And Water
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton
  18. 18. Water Grief Water Joy 2100
    Kumarmani Mahakul
  19. 19. The Old Men Admiring Themselves In The W..
    William Butler Yeats
  20. 20. On The Water
    Rene Francois Armand Prudhomme
  21. 21. (c) 27 (Life/Philosophy) Soul Water
    Renu Rakheja a.k.a Tranquil ..
  22. 22. Water On Earth Save Water
    sarah shahzad
  23. 23. To An Isle In The Water
    William Butler Yeats
  24. 24. (g) 2 (Biographical) I Am Water
    Renu Rakheja a.k.a Tranquil ..
  25. 25. Water Music
    Robert Creeley
  26. 26. Ice Water
    Tailor Bell
  27. 27. Divine Epigrams: To Our Lord, Upon The W..
    Richard Crashaw
  28. 28. Upon The Fish In The Water
    John Bunyan
  29. 29. (480) Water
    Melvina Germain
  30. 30. The Great Grey Water
    Edwin James Brady
  31. 31. Fish And Water
    Raveendran N.V.
  32. 32. I Want Water
  33. 33. Water Water Water
    Gajanan Mishra
  34. 34. Shadows In The Water
    Thomas Traherne
  35. 35. Nacken - Water Demon
    Erik Johan Stagnelius
  36. 36. A Water Lord
    sylvia spencer
  37. 37. The Thirst Of Water
    Dónall Dempsey
  38. 38. Broken Fragments Of Water
    Dónall Dempsey
  39. 39. Water Nymph (Fantasy Poem)
    Melvina Germain
  40. 40. Be Like Water, My Friend - Hypnotic Indu..
    Elena V. Moonray
  41. 41. "Water Floods"
    James K. Dyson
  42. 42. Water Water Everywhere
    James Casey
  43. 43. The Water Ouzel
    Harriet Monroe
  44. 44. Well Water
    Randall Jarrell
  45. 45. The Importance Of Water
    Jerry Abrahamson
  46. 46. Water
    Adelaide Rhead
  47. 47. Upon The Flint In The Water
    John Bunyan
  48. 48. The Language Of Water
    Dónall Dempsey
  49. 49. To The Water-Nymphs Drinking At Thefount..
    Robert Herrick
  50. 50. Bronze Trumpets And Sea Water - On Turni..
    Elinor Morton Wylie

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  7. Water Scarcity, Kumarmani Mahakul
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Water Poems

  1. Afton Water

    1 Flow gently, sweet Afton, among thy green braes, 2 Flow gently, I'll sing thee a song in thy praise; 3 My Mary's asleep by thy murmuring stream, 4 Flow gently, sweet Afton, disturb not her dream. 5 Thou stock-dove, whose echo resounds thro' the glen, 6 Ye wild whistling blackbirds in yon thorny den, 7 Thou green-crested lapwing, thy screaming forbear, 8 I charge you disturb not my slumbering fair. 9 How lofty, sweet Afton, thy neighbouring hills, 10 Far mark'd with the courses of clear winding rills; 11 There daily I wander as noon rises high, 12 My flocks and my Mary's sweet cot in my eye. 13 How pleasant thy banks and green valleys below, 14 Where wild in the woodlands the primroses blow; 15 There oft, as mild Ev'ning sweeps over the lea, 16 The sweet-scented birk shades my Mary and me. 17 Thy crystal stream, Afton, how lovely it glides, 18 And winds by the cot where my Mary resides, 19 How wanton thy waters her snowy feet lave, 20 As gathering sweet flowrets she stems thy clear wave. 21 Flow gently, sweet Afton, among thy green braes, 22 Flow gently, sweet river, the theme of my lays; 23 My Mary's asleep by thy murmuring stream, 24 Flow gently, sweet Afton, disturb not her dream

  2. Going For Water

    The well was dry beside the door, And so we went with pail and can Across the fields behind the house To seek the brook if still it ran; Not loth to have excuse to go, Because the autumn eve was fair (Though chill), because the fields were ours, And by the brook our woods were there. We ran as if to meet the moon That slowly dawned behind the trees, The barren boughs without the leaves, Without the birds, without the breeze. But once within the wood, we paused Like gnomes that hid us from the moon, Ready to run to hiding new With laughter when she found us soon. Each laid on other a staying hand To listen ere we dared to look, And in the hush we joined to make We heard, we knew we heard the brook. A note as from a single place, A slender tinkling fall that made Now drops that floated on the pool Like pearls, and now a silver blade.

  3. Water Picture

    In the pond in the park all things are doubled: Long buildings hang and wriggle gently. Chimneys are bent legs bouncing on clouds below. A flag wags like a fishhook down there in the sky. The arched stone bridge is an eye, with underlid in the water. In its lens dip crinkled heads with hats that don't fall off. Dogs go by, barking on their backs. A baby, taken to feed the ducks, dangles upside-down, a pink balloon for a buoy. Treetops deploy a haze of cherry bloom for roots, where birds coast belly-up in the glass bowl of a hill; from its bottom a bunch of peanut-munching children is suspended by their sneakers, waveringly. A swan, with twin necks forming the figure 3, steers between two dimpled towers doubled. Fondly hissing, she kisses herself, and all the scene is troubled: water-windows splinter, tree-limbs tangle, the bridge folds like a fan.

  4. Water

    Water is pure, Water is natural, Water is healthy, Water can help all Water is simple, Water is free, Water can help the lives, The lives of you and me

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