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Poems About Fountains

Updated on September 12, 2014

Discover the Classic Fountains of the World Through Original Poetry

Whenever I walk through the beautiful grounds and gardens of the world, both public as well as those cultivated around beautiful homes, I am mesmerized by the beauty of they garden fountains that I find there. I simply marvel at the the architecture, the design, the historical significance and the mechanics of the water flow.


I will take you on a "tour" of some of the the beautiful fountains of the world that I have seen through my original poems about fountains


All Poetry Copyright Mindy Makuta (aka MyFairLadyah) - Reprint with Permission

Fountains of Versailles

The Palace of Versailles

Has many amazing fountains

To behold

We've seen the water dance

To music in the night

Years before Bellagio

The Cherub

The weathered cherub

Holds up the fountain

With his baby arms

The water streams

Between the petals

To the bowl

At his feet below

Pretty Fountains for Your Garden

Here are a few pretty fountains you can set up in your own yard.

I Turn From the Fountain

I turn from the fountain and throw in a coin

Over my left shoulder, before it's purloined

The hope is that it will bring me luck of ages

So my life improves in quicker stages

Fountains Grace the Finest Parks

Fountains grace the finest parks

As sculptures sending jets of water

As a bathing place for wrens and larks

Making secondary sculptures in their aura

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