Translation of poem in Spanish:

poem

poema, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈpoʊəm//poʊm//ˈpəʊɪm/

noun

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    poema masculine
    poesía feminine
    • I, too, hung up the receiver and went into my room to check some books for ideas of fall poems.
    • When he's not writing protest poems about saving rocks, Albert ponders the meaning of life.
    • Modern readers continue to debate whether the poems express platonic friendship or sexual love.
    • I had ideas for a poem last week while I was driving back from one of our other sites.
    • The friends wrote the original stories, poems and songs that are used on the CDs and provided the voices.
    • After you've completed the evaluation, you'll read some of my poems to get an idea of how to go about it.
    • Here again the listless rhythms gather images and ideas into poems of real power.
    • After the elegies and hymns and poems, the retired minister rose to speak on tottering legs but with a voice like a vice.
    • Her class had been preparing for his visit by writing autumn poems of their own and reading some of his books.
    • Extant works include ecclesiastical poems, rhythmical verse, and a number of letters.
    • So many of her poems express some combination of confusion and lament about the decline.
    • The group spent the morning working on a descriptive piece of writing and poems about people they knew.
    • We discover why the epic poem is considered one of the greatest works of the human spirit.
    • He said they also used old poems and ballads which were used as lyrics for the songs.
    • No, Kylie has written a poem especially for the piece which has been incorporated into the score!
    • It was a grand affair, with troop parades, poems, songs, a feast and the unveiling of a trophy.
    • Like Paradise Lost this piece is both a moral and political treatise and an epic poem.
    • He wasn't going to be able to write great passionate love poems or poems of travel.
    • Parents were treated to a morning of songs, poems and music by their Junior Classes.
    • Without the old winters, a lot of our seasonal poems, rhymes and novels don't make sense.