Top 100 Poems About: RIVER

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

  • 73.
    Down The River

    Hark, the sound of it drawing nearer,
    Clink of hobble and brazen bell;
    Mark the passage of stalwart shearer,
    Bidding Monaro soil farewell. read more »

    Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
  • 74.
    Iv. To The River Wenbeck

    AS slowly wanders thy forsaken stream,
    Wenbeck! the mossy-scatter'd rocks among,
    In fancy's ear still making plaintive song
    To the dark woods above: ah! sure I seem read more »

    William Lisle Bowles
  • 75.
    Burble River Gurgle River

    Carrying gentle peace and bliss
    Gifted by God for selflessness,
    Love you carry for infinite times,
    Lovely river you burble, burble. read more »

    Kumarmani Mahakul
  • 76.
    Down By The Old River

    I was a young man my trade was a deck hand
    my first love the clipper the old Rosalea
    we sailed from the old town down by the river
    to Bombay and Shanghai we traded for tea read more »

    Charles M Moore
  • 77.
    Upon The Shaded River Bank

    Upon the shaded river bank
    Where willows weep on water's edge,
    And drape the sympathetic shore
    That to my heart shall yield, read more »

  • 78.
    The River

    I watch the river flowing down towards the deep blue sea,
    At the end of its winding path I know you wait for me,
    Like the mountains and the valleys and the sun up in the sky,
    My love for you will shine eternally and never die. read more »

  • 79.
    The River Scamander

    I'M now disposed to give a pretty tale;
    Love laughs at what I've sworn and will prevail;
    Men, gods, and all, his mighty influence know,
    And full obedience to the urchin show. read more »

    Jean De La Fontaine
  • 80.
    River River River

    What do you mean by river?
    Is it only mere water?
    Is it flood water or dry river?

    River, I know, my life my notion read more »

    Gajanan Mishra
  • 81.
    River Of Love

    Arrows! Against these chain mail
    is effective to repel the sharpness
    of their flighted points.
    Even hardened bullets, blunt in their intent, read more »

    David Taylor
  • 82.
    A River

    Can’t stop looking at your picture,
    Your beauty a blaze from within.
    The attraction would read more »

    Joyce Chelmo
  • 83.
    Down By The River

    Down by the river we did go
    hand in hand in a lovers
    Momma and daddy said read more »

    Jackie Kirby
  • 84.
    The River Part Ii

    The river led me to you though the way was hard and long,
    It saw me through adversity and taught me to be strong,
    For when the doubts beset me that you would be waiting there,
    At the river's end I saw you and it kept me from despair. read more »

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