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Poems About: RAVEN

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  • 1.
    The Raven

    Every night a raven visits me
    its feathers dark as its future
    every night a raven visits me
    its eyes full of dreams read more »

    muniro ali
  • 2.
    I AM A RAVEN

    I am a raven
    Freer than a breeze
    Beholding to no one
    Doing what I please read more »

    Ray Lucero
  • 3.
    Guidance

    Raven oh sweet raven
    Souring gentle on the nigh air

    As you guide the dead man read more »

    meagan travis
  • 4.
    The Death of a Raven

    As I was taking a tour today
    I saw a raven lying dead by the side of a bank
    He lay there lone, cold, dead
    Nobody to bury, cremate, or carry him away read more »

    Ujjol Kamal
  • 5.
    Little Raven

    Little raven,
    Where did you come from?
    Little raven,
    With your little black body. read more »

    Jameaka Shibles
  • 6.
    Hugnin and Munin

    Thoughts look to the future
    Memories to the past
    Both are ravens
    And neither will last read more »

    Rob W. Hansen
  • 7.
    raven

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    tashayla cloud
  • 8.
    Ravens

    The raven is the national bird of Bhutan
    It is worn in the royal hat.

    The raven is the official bird of the Yukon read more »

    sheena blackhall
  • 9.
    Raven

    Raven

    What can we make of this war for our village read more »

    Buddy Bee Anthony
  • 10.
    A Prophesy

    These ravens with their black shadows
    were perched on a water log.
    Under the blue night-
    all five in a row, read more »

    MARINA GIPPS
  • 11.
    the ravens call

    i hear the ravens call
    i see the dead mans fall
    for once more i hear the ravens crow
    of the words nevermore read more »

    Oi Boi Alec Wade
  • 12.
    Madam Morganna The Raven Goddess

    Morgan
    Just like a raven
    Your eyes are brown
    Like the earth you can withhold read more »

    Jasmine Appelhaus
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