Reflection Poems

Popular Reflection Poems
The Breeze
by Sharon Morgan

What is the breeze that rocks the leaves
That shades the blades of grass beneath my feet
And swiftly shiver to-and-fro, from gusts of air which shoot without intent
But breathes on clouds, which race within the clear blue sky,
To win the race, where raindrops burst and thank the sun,
for rays and glows, which bring relief and light
and life, to trees, leaves, grass and sea, and me.

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Don't Forget
by Author Reinvented

Don't forget, don't forget who you are,
Keep fighting to find yourself.

Don't listen, Don't listen to those voices,
That keep telling you who you should be.

All over are other people's reflections.
In a maze of mirrors, think twice before you choose yourself.



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Patience is maddening
by Cash Olds

Patience is maddening

Are we not to know what is to come of something? Are we subject to only what is?

Or are we able to bring forth what is not from that which is?

Patience is maddening.

we long to form, to create, to take what what is ours. But what is ours? What is ours to form, or to create? nonetheless what is ours to take?


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Don’t Complain to People Your Wound
by A A

A verse of poetry dazzled me
With its magnificence

Since it was penned,
My inner core
Has been reclining

It has become my motto
And emboldened me to append


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Eyes of pearls
by Petra Ndukwe

Carved into stone
Does my statue
Neither flesh, nor bone
Steal the gaze of many passersby
Who ponder at the expressionless cry

It’s the sculptor who picks
at the cracks
the twisted divine
and what it lacks

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Recent Reflection Poems
Eyes of pearls
by Petra Ndukwe

Carved into stone
Does my statue
Neither flesh, nor bone
Steal the gaze of many passersby
Who ponder at the expressionless cry

It’s the sculptor who picks
at the cracks
the twisted divine
and what it lacks

......

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The Breeze
by Sharon Morgan

What is the breeze that rocks the leaves
That shades the blades of grass beneath my feet
And swiftly shiver to-and-fro, from gusts of air which shoot without intent
But breathes on clouds, which race within the clear blue sky,
To win the race, where raindrops burst and thank the sun,
for rays and glows, which bring relief and light
and life, to trees, leaves, grass and sea, and me.

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Don’t Complain to People Your Wound
by A A

A verse of poetry dazzled me
With its magnificence

Since it was penned,
My inner core
Has been reclining

It has become my motto
And emboldened me to append


......

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The Last Poem of 2020
by Zach Ascot

Another step forward,
Another chance at bliss,
With enough self-belief,
To take a chance at this.

Dreams held close,
Beyond mind and etched on paper,
All to be chased,
But the pursuit of love was greater.


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Mirrors
by Bel P.

I hate looking in mirrors
I don't like what I see.
They say I have a pretty face
They say that they love me

I'm lost to my reflection
when I practice how I look
I've got to get my smile right
or else I'll be mistook


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Popular Poets about Reflection From Members
  • Rudra Kinshuk
    Rudra Kinshuk (3 poems about Reflection)
    1971, Bolpur, West Bengal, India
  • Cash Olds
    Cash Olds (2 poems about Reflection)
    July 23, 1993- Joplin, Mo
  • Maddy Steinhart
    Maddy Steinhart (1 poem about Reflection)
    Been writing since I was eight.
  • B DEWITT
    B DEWITT (1 poems about Reflection)
    N / A
  • Nancy Nile
    Nancy Nile (1 poem about Reflection)
    May 27th 2002 - Australia
  • Bel P.
    Bel P. (1 poem about Reflection)
  • A A
    A A (1 poems about Reflection)
  • Sharon Morgan
    Sharon Morgan (1 poems about Reflection)
    October, 1962 - (London)
  • Petra Ndukwe
    Petra Ndukwe (1 poem about Reflection)
    March 30, 2006 - London