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Poems About: FOG

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

  • 25.
    Couplets In The Fog

    Fog's a species of weather-
    gray, like a pigeon's feather.
    Auden once wrote, 'Thank you, fog.'
    Sandburg thought of cat, not dog. read more »

    Hans Ostrom
  • 26.
    Post Rain Fog

    A dense grey fog rolls in
    creeping from the winter lake.
    Smothering the colors or the day
    it coats all the eye can see read more »

    Stefani Emily
  • 27.
    Fog Holds Lights

    FOG HOLDS LIGHTS

    Fog holds lights in soft hands stroking
    the bay, floating across waters alive read more »

    Raynette Eitel
  • 28.
    The Fog Of My Broken Heart

    The Fog Of My Broken Heart

    The fog of my broken heart
    The dark fog that imprisons my soul read more »

    Lissa White
  • 29.
    As Fog Would See It

    A tear sheds from my eyes
    And I keep attaching myself to people
    And they just puch me down
    And then there was you read more »

    Alyssa Ray
  • 30.
    Fog

    Two O'Clock in the morning,
    And the fog is rolling in.
    There's a fog horn loudly blaring,
    Telling shrimpers to stay in. read more »

    Juan Olivarez
  • 31.
    Sally of the Valley

    In the valley their lived sally,
    She owned a dog named fog,
    She found fog in the pound,
    Fog loved frogs. read more »

    Nicolette Gonzalez
  • 32.
    Choked

    Trees above her, below her, to each side of her
    Fog obstructing her view, where should she be?
    She cannot tell what day it is any more than she can tell what time it is
    Which way should she turn? read more »

    Ashley Joyce Forbus
  • 33.
    Chocked

    Trees above her, below her, to each side of her
    Fog obstracting her view, where should she be?
    She cannot tell what day it is anymore than she can tell what time it is
    which way should she turn? read more »

    Ashley Dowdy (Forbus)
  • 34.
    Fog, Yet Another Point Of View

    Fog, Yet Another Point Of View


    Near Fisherman’s Wharf, quite late at night read more »

    David Whalen
  • 35.
    As The Fog Rolls In

    Kerouac comes out of the fog & mist
    a ghost smoking a joint
    offers me some
    finally - read more »

    gordon coombes
  • 36.
    FOG

    Fog, settling in the air all around.
    Fog, covering the earth like a blanket on the ground.
    Where did you come from?
    Why are you here? read more »

    Edwina Reizer
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