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Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: devotion, inspirational love, prayer, religious, river, spiritual, spring, water,


sung buddhist prayers
released afloat spring rivers
    a skyward mist

Submitted on March 5, 2018, for contest HAIKU, THEME: WATER  sponsored by MICK TALBOT

Poem Details | by Nayda Ivette Negron |
Categories: feelings, love,

River Of Dreams

Lucid dreams
Recreate heaven
With redolent neroli scent
Gasping for a love breath to saciate burning desires
Embracing without restriction the ardent passion that stir two souls to kiss sweetly 


Poem Details | by Amanda Mawu |
Categories: break up, love,

Break up by the river

We said our goodbyes steps away from the Mississippi River
a relationship reminding me something like the water, deep, not very clean but beautiful nether the less 

The sun was setting and the guitarist nearby seronaded the vodka tequila whisky concoction in his flask. 

I grasped my mans hand as if I was falling from a cliff. Because I was...
He said the things that would break the heart of any other girl who was dangerously in love. 

But the air that night was so sweet that his words tasted like it. 
The sugar coated break up dialogue disguised our departure as just another warm, luscious night by the Mississippi River.

Poem Details | by Michael Jordan |
Categories: devotion, faith, hope, love, nature, words, river,

Rather Small

Although it’s neither here or there
I do love the mountain air

Fresh and crisp with its own bite
The river flows through the blanket of white

It’s all in life that is pure and clean
The river sparkles with it’s own sheen

Up here in the air that is lighter than light
I open my soul through the words I write

Through my words I write out a show
For those who have never seen the snow

Every breath you take is like a dream
With eyes amazed at the beauty they have seen

You close your eyes to process it all
And realize we are rather small

Poem Details | by Meggan Rogalski |
Categories: confusion, imagination, introspection, life, loss, love, nature, river,

If you had a name (An ode to loss and water)

If the lovely breeze had a name
we could drift together as two dandelion wishes
floating wanton on foamy winds.
If the river were rolling, gently
we could slide in and swim
for hours, without rushing
and love is like that.
Love is like still water
standing so deep in a vessel
 yet so easily broken upon the smallest of stones;
scattered, and yet-
from this another river begins
(as you begin)
How lovely if you had a name
I would call out to you
and I would hear your reply as
the wind blowing, the water rushing
and not your echoes
 as you trickled across so many small, jagged stones

Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: love, river, sea,


The river,

that fed the sea of their love has run dry

and now

their thirsty for affection hearts

pray to Eros for the rain of warmheartedness 

to come!

© Demetrios Trifiatis
     26 August 2018

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: romantic love,

Crimson River

Crimson River O Crimson river of Autumnal leaves! The snow dove leans into her lover’s eyes. He glides his fingers o’er her soul - she sighs. The paddles splash between seaweed that cleaves. Surrendered lips sure shiver — blue star skies. O Crimson river of Autumnal leaves. The snow dove leans into her lover’s eyes. The scented pines along the lake — chest heaves. Adoration of dusk to dawn time thieves. The lovers kiss the shore of deft goodbyes. O Crimson river of Autumnal leaves. The snow dove leans into her lover’s eyes. He glides his fingers o’er her soul - she sighs... 6/12/2018 Madrigal Poem

Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: beautiful, betrayal, cheer up, crush, cute love, deep, destiny, earth, emotions, environment, feelings, first love, for her, future, i am, i love you, i miss you, imagination, inspiration, irony, love, meaningful, metaphor, motivation, moving on, nature, passion, pride, relationship, river, romantic, simple, soulmate, spiritual, strength, sweet, time, together, true love, water, woman, women,

River of Time

On the River of Time
I built a dam for my love
to capture the moment,
collect the future,
and set our pasts free.

Poem Details | by Daniel Turner |
Categories: depression, feelings, love hurts, sad,

The Brine River

I cried ouch from that old familiar pang
Swimming in the tepid river of brine
My prowess has diminished over time
Now rising is the river with the rain
Throw me a lifeline, I'm drowning in pain
I completely ignored the warning sign
My own handwriting posted on the pine
But my heart jumped in right over the chain
It wasn't long we were over our head
The current seemed to pull us farther out
We reached for memories to float upon
But the good memories had passed ahead
It won't do any good to scream or shout
The river of brine has already won

     an original poem by the "poemdog" Daniel Turner

Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: death, grief, lost love, river,

River of Pain

Where river reeds wave final hour
and faintest pleas of guilty wane,
pale tear drops salt her silken lips.
Crowned lady casts her closing bower.        
Last candle burns o’er mirrored pain,   
sans lover’s stroke of finger tips.

By Rhonda Johnson-Saunders, 10/30/13
for Nette Onclaud's SENSES FOR A SESTET Contest


Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: betrayal, boat, change, computer, confusion, cool, crazy, cute love, emotions, fantasy, funny, funny love, heart, heartbroken, hello, irony, light, loneliness, lonely, lost love, love, love hurts, parody, relationship, river, romantic, sad love, satire, soulmate, voyage, wisdom,


I had my heart put on auto-pilot,
set to navigate towards you; 

the low-battery signal just came on,
I don't know what to do. 

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: adventure, kiss, nature, ocean, power, relationship, water,

River Ocean Delta Make Love

River Ocean Delta Make Love – Haiku

River meets ocean
Mouth of delta opens wide
They kiss, merge liquids 

Poem Details | by Morgan Tate |
Categories: addiction, crazy, creation, desire, earth, first love, hope, i love you, identity, innocence, journey, joy, kiss, life, longing, lost love, march, me, missing, nature, nostalgia, paradise, peace, people, river, sad love, sin, sky, smile, spring, together, tree, water, weather, wind, youth,

like diamonds

two hits and i’m hanging off cliffs, listening to water


watching moss fall like snowflakes.

nothing holding my heels down but gravity, irrelevant to me.

the little girl exploring the ocean floor, the caves that once held entrancing treasures.

even tactile pain drives me into a gust of euphoria.

my heart beats (slower than it should), but the trees don’t mind.

the four shades of green blend to create a forest-

with each exhale, branches move in tandem.

and a salty tear falls from my eye,

reminiscent of what once was here.

Poem Details | by Vee Bdosa |
Categories: anxiety, heartbroken, lost love, river,

Devo Andara - I Have To Leave

Devo Andare   (I Have To Leave)
Time is not the best of friends
when something like us ends
when love is not together.

Time goes by but much too slow
you're in my mind, you know
and you will be forever.

All of me is all of you
but Via Veneto is not true
though love is always here

Time was too sweet and our love was too strong
we made it be though we knew it was wrong.

I will walk down  to Tebere
once more tonight, and there
è necessario che lascio

© Vee Bdosa the Doylestown Poet

Poem Details | by john loving iii |
Categories: loss, love,

cry me a river

two things i've given my heart to
two things for which i've cried
my dear dear love april
and my little dog that died
tears are sometimes expected
but really somewhat a surprise
the secret of how much you love someone
are hidden in the eye's

Poem Details | by james christian |
Categories: happiness, love, city, love, river,

all about newark

I love the castle, I love the river
I love the city, Of Newark

The castle is like a big wall of history, next to the river which is like a massive water 
wilderness, in the city of Newark

I love the hills
 I love the Devon
 I love the converted boat in the city of Newark 

The hills are like a massive fortress
 which is like the river  Devon
 in the city of Newark 

I love the market I love church 
I love the queen of sconce where Oliver Cromwell fired his bullets 
which hit the church 
On September the 1st 

Now you see the wonders of Newark, people are like butterfly calm and gentle 
floating to and from the city of Newark 


Poem Details | by Geoffrey Brewer |
Categories: beauty, desire, love,

The Willow and the River


Along the river the willows approach the stream
It's cool invitation calls them to come closer
Inching ever nearer as in a dream
The subtle seduction slowly taking over
'Til roots dip in to draw life giving  sustenance 
And they bow in honour and grace for this gift imparted
The union now is sealed with pastoral covenants 
Henceforth the two are never to be parted
As water seeps beneath the tree's foundation
The willow leans even closer to its love
And bowing low to take its final libation
Kisses the surface to nevermore rise above
Then in one climactic plunge does the tree succumb
To unite, dissolve and flow evermore as one

Poem Details | by Luther Seahand |
Categories: loneliness, longing, love,

Lonely River

yoru no âme
nagare hitotsu ni
haru toushi
night rain meandering
down the banks of the lonely river
spring is distant

Poem Details | by chris bowen |
Categories: love

The ST.Johns River Rafter

love,a slipper,a glove.the tea is sweet,little bo peep,keep your endeavors,i here, 
sheer a sheep,little bo peep.indeed keep your false friend until the end.the mend is soft and 
complete with tune,loves a sand dune and i lack a broom.some soon rather than later,i,the 
mouth of an alligator.

Poem Details | by João Camilo |
Categories: allegory, boat, love, river,

Farewell ,old ship

Come and lay to see the lanterns on the ships,
And listen the murmuring of the water flow,
When the river moves slowly among reeds,
not far from where green cypresses grow.
One ship is enthralled by the tree’s roots
“Beloved, Do not let the blazing ship sink,
It must reach the ocean where will join
With the stars that in darkness blink.”
I had to help the ship to continue its way
But before I came back to sit at her side,
Another ship was coming down by the river,
Cruising steadily to brave the sea’s tide.

Poem Details | by harry horsman |
Categories: love,

The River of Love

The raging torrent bestows a heartfelt deluge,drowning in passion

© Harry J Horsman 2016

Poem Details | by Ndaba Sibanda |
Categories: i love you, i miss you, river, romantic, , sweet love,

River Love

Flow, flow with fury;
With buckets and buckets
Of love, sweet love for my lover--
Fall, fall for me, fall for all time`s sake.

Rain on me fire none to put out,
Each time l slap my eyes on you slow,
I feel like pouring, pouring my heart out--
Oh flow, flow rains of love in my veins, flow.

Poem Details | by Maurice Yvonne |
Categories: child, father, hope, light, love,

River Walk Contest Take 4

the morning sun rays
touch the small warm hands in mine 
the river fish thrill

Maurice Yvonne
August 26 2014
River Walk Haiku Contest

Poem Details | by Olajide Adelana |
Categories: love

The River

River of Love immersed
In nature’s soft pleasure
Echoes lasting bliss

Poem Details | by Xaysouvanh Phengphong |
Categories: lost love, love, river,

River of Love

The river flows in a one way ticket
Drew memory of the dreaming man
Followed water level like a picket
In the rainy season, the water spans

Water becomes shallow in summer
He recollects his long loving days
Spent in the sweet and sour clutters
Finally, like the river she went away

He believed relationship was durable
The family bind lacked the continuity
The seasonal water to be comparable

River and love passed by definitely
His heart fulfilled by self-compassion
Living will never be full of perfection