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Poems About: SWIMMING

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

  • 229.
    Turn Around. dnuorA nruT

    running backwards for eleven weeks
    just to see the way you smiled
    'climbed the Seven Hills of Rome
    to catch the echo of your voice read more »

    Sean Joyce
  • 230.
    PENguin and Poet

    What is in common
    between
    a Penguin and a Poet?
    You may guess read more »

    ONElia AVElar
  • 231.
    The Afternoon's Swimming Pool

    With your spyglass,
    Burn the hyper-active
    Centipede-
    Create the leaping read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 232.
    Icy Waves

    Crashing into icy waves,
    as I swim through your veins.

    Each frigid beat reminds me, read more »

    Roshni D'Souza
  • 233.
    Into the nighttime

    The coyote walks in the waterfall
    While I swam in the water
    Feeling calm and happy
    Swimming like a dolphin read more »

    Krystal Galvis
  • 234.
    Empty Ocean

    Upon the empty ocean,
    Across the empty sea,
    A little man treads water,
    That little man is me. read more »

    Phillip Alan Green
  • 235.
    wicky wacky poem

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    tylee mayne
  • 236.
    tears of blood

    tears of blood

    tears roll down
    in joy and sorrow read more »

    Jai Prakash Satyamangalam Bhupathy
  • 237.
    our evenings

    i and he liked swimming
    in river pamba
    every evening when
    sun dipped its brush read more »

    Anirudh Induchudan Anirudh Induchudan
  • 238.
    Electro Swim

    There is no quiet nighttime street.
    No placid asphalt stream.
    Drenched in vivid neon bright
    Bathed in colors of the night read more »

    Jonathan Randles
  • 239.
    Drowning

    I swim in a sea of feelings
    So close to drowning
    Until you catch my breath and I’m above the surface again.
    You and these emotions are so unsteady read more »

    Becca Bell
  • 240.
    Crystal Clear Blue - Sonnet #13

    Dive deeply into the crystal clear blue
    Return to Atlantas. Swim miles under
    Exploding life captures dreams old and new
    Serene landscape no turmoil or thunder read more »

    Stephanie Eve Kane Arado
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