Fog Poems - Poems For Fog

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  • 229.
    Behind Closed Doors

    Husband and wife may live their lives
    In their home that's filled with pride.
    It matters not how the mighty tiger roars,
    You don't know what goes on behind closed doors.

    Husband and wife should try to be
    A living example for others to see,
    But no one knows when the tiger roars
    Of what goes on behind closed doors.
    THE SUN WILL SHINE AGAIN I don't know why days are sad,
    filled with grief and pain;
    I don't know why the clouds are dark,
    But the sun will shine again.

    I don't know why the skies are gray,
    filled with fog and rain;
    I don't know why hearts are lonely
    But the sun will shine again
    I don't know why the skies are gray
    filled with fog and rain;
    I don't know why hearts are lonely
    But the sun will shine again.
    I don't know why nights are long
    filled with headaches and pains;
    I don't know what life holds for me
    But the sun will shine again. read more »

  • 230.

    Fog dense as a bed sheet hung at the window,
    and through that white blindness come
    the eerie cries of cows moaning in the field read more »

  • 231.
    A Delhi New Year Day

    Sun bereft sky.
    Capriconian fogs.
    Thick fogs. read more »

  • 232.
    Killer Fog

    Yellow, green and black
    Seeping through the streets
    Poisoning any available air
    Gloom is revealed with evil at aim read more »

  • 233.
    underneath the china blossom tree

    i wait
    a mindless fog
    i hear tears hit the water
    a tear of an angel read more »

  • 234.
    How to Hang Fog

    A downcast fog hangs about me
    neither past nor future can be seen clearly
    blurred and blotted, the suns's rays don't reach the tree
    instead moistened leaves recoil into themselves entirely read more »

  • 235.
    In The Fog

    As the fog settles on top the restless land,
    I wonder if this is the fog of sleep.
    Does the earth need to rest?
    I would not be suprised, we place many toils on it. read more »

  • 236.
    Trapped in a fog

    Trapped in a fog, covering an area so vast
    Nobody can tell which way to go is best
    Trapped in a fog that is too thick to see
    I could hardly tell what is surrounding me read more »

  • 237.
    Everybody knows the sun and the mist

    Learn in school
    That sun is
    a burning ball of gas
    millions of degrees hot read more »

  • 238.

    Trapped in the fog
    cant find my way
    I scream, I cry in vain
    fog thickens like cloud read more »

  • 239.
    Hazy Mornings, Covered In Fog

    Our favorite types of days
    Are the fog covered hazy mornings
    That last the whole day long
    Reminding me how much read more »

  • 240.
    composed after a new year

    I herd the chime of mystic voices,
    Prance and praying on all of loves divorces,
    And once the fog rolled in, this midnight harrow,
    Sucking all of the childs marrow, read more »

New Fog Poems

  1. The fog to-night has come, Emmanuel George Cefai
  2. The Fog Has Cleared, Michael P. McParland
  3. Autumn Haiku Series, Brendon Kent
  4. The Tortoise or the Hare, Walterrean Salley
  6. Crystal Streams, Saiom Shriver
  7. Everybody knows the sun and the mist, Alvin Jenner
  8. How to Hang Fog, Nika McGuin
  9. Fog (haiku), hap rochelle
  10. New Town, Donatien Moisdon
  11. Winter, Musfiq us shaleheen
  12. Trapped in a fog, Han Min Ohn
  13. Killer Fog, Aidan Wolfe
  14. Haiku Beyond Smog, Jonathan ROBIN
  15. fog, Lucy Grainger
  16. Castle In The Clouds, Lilly Emerson Brayfield
  17. A Wall Of Fog, Anonymous Ghurl
  18. Forevermore, Edwina Reizer
  19. The Fog, Aparna Chatterjee
  20. underneath the china blossom tree, lily montes
  21. Persephone's Gloves, B. Sven Telander
  22. I Stand In The Fog, Afraid To Move, Anonymous Ghurl
  23. The Fog, Guy Wetmore Carryl
  24. On the Isle of Sky, Arturs Lusis
  25. Chocked, Ashley Dowdy (Forbus)
  26. Virtues inscribe my feast, Giorgio A. V.
  27. Leaving The Fog of Discontent, Tina Chan
  28. The glow in the fog and mist, David Whalen
  29. Hemingway's Bizarre Dream: The Oldman An.., ahmed khaled
  30. Fog, Angela Wybrow
  31. Almighty, Indira Renganathan
  32. Fog or hurdle, vijay gupta
  33. Nameless, Formless, Shapeless, Emmanuel George Cefai
  34. Fog, Emmanuel George Cefai
  35. Bear Week on the Cape, Dizzy Darling
  36. An Haiku or Two, Dónall Dempsey
  37. Choked, Ashley Joyce Forbus
  38. Moon, John Alexander Alegre
  39. love..., David Whalen
  40. Fog Holds Lights, Raynette Eitel
  41. YOU LOST ME, Aldo Kraas
  42. The Connaughtman Returning, Nora Jane Hopper Chesson
  43. Coin, Pedro Salinas y Serrano
  44. view, Garry Burdick
  45. Fog, Binoy Barman
  46. Fog, Juan Olivarez
  47. FOG, Edwina Reizer
  48. Morning meditation, Mirela Kapaj
  49. Post Rain Fog, Stefani Emily
  50. Fog on Highway 5, RIC S. BASTASA
  51. The Fog, Andrew D Robertson
  52. FOG, Aldo Kraas
  53. As Fog Would See It, Alyssa Ray
  54. THE FOG, Walterrean Salley
  55. haiku - 713, Dagmara Anna AuraDagimar
  56. Stone Fog, Alex Nodopaka
  57. Fog, Yet Another Point Of View, David Whalen
  58. My view of fog, David Whalen
  59. Couplets In The Fog, Hans Ostrom
  60. In The Fog, Ethan Petersen
  61. battle of fog wind and sun, Micron
  62. THE FOG, Amitava Chakraborty
  63. A Morning Fog, Albert Wong
  64. As a child...7 colors, Mark Chavez
  65. A Heavy Fog, Francis Duggan
  66. The Fog, Emily Davis
  67. The World, Tony Beckingham
  68. FOG, Natali Surjan
  69. The Fog Of My Broken Heart, Lissa White
  70. Some More Winter Haiku, Sunil Uniyal
  71. Fog on the Golden Gate, Forrest Hainline
  72. Longing, Bea Early
  73. THE FOG IN LIFE!, Subbaraman N V
  74. As The Fog Rolls In, gordon coombes
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