Poems About: HOWL
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229.Mad Mad Moonlight
There was this moon and it stood over me, lurking and glinting in deception.
Standing alone I stared at its evil grin and began to ponder its powers.
I cowered a bit at the thought of its silver rays penetrating my skin.
Moons can pull oceans, ripping rising tides and ground lost ships in sand. read more »Alexander Downie
230.The Hound Of Bloody Night
There were a few villagers walking around at night
They heard a Howl from the Bloody Night Woods
They had no clue what could have made such a dreadful, shuddering shriek. read more »Nico Janik
231.Your life is on a throne
Your life is on a throne
Of dust weathered-stone
A whirlwind battered face
With a mountain to climb read more »Mark Heathcote
Like the 'Dragon Girl' and, the 'Tiger Boy';
With a howl at midnight; read more »Edward Kofi Louis
In the early morning, long before I rise,
the wind screams down Red Canyon,
I hear it’s mournful cries. read more »Jane Johnson
Levchin, chin, in, hen, vine, he, live!
As easy as possible with the sweet muse of your love;
But, with a lot of top secrets in your land.
Wall, wallet! read more »Edward Kofi Louis
235.Eyes of the Wolf
By Micah Krahn
Soft grey icy snowflakes chilled the thick white frost as the stormy unforgivably wind shrieked endlessly throughout the harsh nocturnal woodlands. read more »Micah Krahn
were wolves without howls.
Maybe we were stones that doubled
when hatred crashed out of classroom mirrors read more »John Courtney
Coyotes howl through the twilight night.
Keeping our neighbors, indoors out of sight,
We hear them too close to our home. read more »Patricia Kelley
238.Murmurings Of The Morning
Its only in the stillness of the morning, when one can hear
the murmurings of the traffic outside. In the murmurings one can hear
the different growling noises from cars as they accelerate from
traffic lights. Moaning noises from big trucks doing their engine read more »Jerry Behr Number 2
Looking out over the vast valley, she sits with her family. Her children, she notices resemble their father. Suddenly she hears howl far off in the distance, The children look up at their mother their eyes bright with curiosity. Mother looks up at the moon and lets out a low resounding howl letting her mate know where they are, then the pups join in with the haunting choirs. read more »Shadow Vanity
240.My candle in the night I lit
My candle in the night I lit
How eerie wild the winds
Roared on the plain and shores
The foaming waves now white now green read more »Emmanuel George Cefai