Poems About: PURPLE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
The morning starts with our ancient sun shining bright.
Goldbright for the end of a very cool winters night.
The ground is covered, it looks like 'Rolling Purple Seas', read more »NikiAlex Zander
326.Flagrant Exhibitionists for M'Lady Ernestine
Deep purple Iris’ rioting
Beside a gently flowing stream.
Neglected yet still flourishing.
Part of a long abandoned dream. read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
327.Burst Your Face, Did He
Do not let it fall unto the ground.
Do not wast it, drink it all.
Drink all the purple light.
Purple, white or yellow light instead? read more »Is It Poetry
328.Purple Dream Pt. II
I have a reoccurring dream of what used to be
Cloaked in purple, There you stood
Doing for me all you could
How you took away all of my stress read more »Gianni Vespucci
329.Opium Poppy (edited january 2014)
There is a poppy in the garden
the first I've seen in years.
Ten years ago they left...
were they mourning for my love? read more »John Rickell
330.Colour-coding My Life [REVISED]
Colour-coding My Life [REVISED]
Colleagues walk in, sit down and start typing at lightning
speed; I arrive, change clothing - couldn’t leave home in
purple bohemian attire with beads and scarf to light it up, read more »Margaret Alice Second
331.April Two For NPM
a prose poem
a rose stinks it smells like the thorn bush surrounding it the petals make perfume they call it attar and they sell it expansively in the stores they have a purple bottle eye purchased one for ewe in secret and read more »Charles Hice
332.So Many Colours
Rainbows on my windowpanes,
Each one a different scene;
Pink, purple, yellow, green sheep;
Red, orange, indigo, clouds; read more »Dream Land
333.Astonishing And Astounding
My aura is violet tapering off into a soft,
rosy pink - the best explanation for what
is happening, I think; without planning I
browsed and found paper lined in violet, read more »Margaret Alice Second
334.Notes from my Diary
Sunday 19 August 2012
No Hope for Me read more »Margaret Alice Second
335.Illegal and Forbidden (2nd revision)
Changed chameleon-like into my
purple-pink office regalia - symbolised
by fleece, blanket and flowers in pink,
changed to blue by windscreen shade read more »Margaret Alice Second
336.A Lovely Story
Spring irises and french lilacs bloom in large fields.
Orchid roses rise in hearts out of my mind when I think of love.
My purple heart finds great joy in all things purple. read more »Catherine Novick