Troll By Shane Koyczan

Troll By Shane Koyczan Once upon a time, You and all your kind lived underneath bridges, Had ridges for ribs that dropped off into empty chests as if your Hearts were all stolen treasures, As if an excavation crew were hired to dig up and remove the part Of you that let you feel. And […]

Pathway By Anonymous

Pathway By Anonymous A tiny Troll walked between short trees, and over eons of many Trolls following in tiny footsteps the pathway opened to Giants. Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

By The Roaring Fire By John Joseph

By The Roaring Fire By John Joseph poems, poems about Trolls, A tiny Troll walked between short trees, and over eons of many Trolls following in tiny footsteps the pathway opened to Giants. Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

Trolls By Lucy Newlyn

Trolls By Lucy Newlyn We log in first thing and get ready to do the utmost we can to enrage and upset. We’re fresh in the morning, preparing to spew our bile and our anger all over the net. We ‘like’ what we like and we hate what we hate. We trash what you write […]

Mother Trol Remember A Beautiful World By Viktor R.W. Wilde

Mother Trol Remember A Beautiful World By Viktor R.W. Wilde Steam locomotive whisper between fractured gladiators, shimmering crumpets devoured in the sea. Golden gates of shivering Earth embody brightness from surging gates, awaken corpses most fragile. Walls that which crumble, scarecrow weep, hidden within the coughing sickness that devour youth, elders. Redwood dance once, willow […]

Troll Venom By Brett Fish

Troll Venom By Brett Fish underneath my skin your words crawl desperate for some rotting flesh to devour but finding none they return to you and feast away on your disconnected soul comforted by the familiar stench they recognise as home Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

The Troll Stone By D.E Navarro

The Troll Stone By D.E Navarro A witty lad named Andrew Laine lived by a deep dark wood, and he had gathered all his gear, as any quester would; he used his crafting tools to set a complicated trap for bait he used a half-moon charm he borrowed from his Pap. The legends said that […]

Troll Sat Alone On His Seat Of Stone By J. R. R. Tolkien

Troll Sat Alone On His Seat Of Stone By J. R. R. Tolkien Troll sat alone on his seat of stone, And munched and mumbled a bare old bone; For many a year he had gnawed it near, For meat was hard to come by. Done by! Gum by! In a cave in the hills […]

The Kindest Troll By E.A Snelson

The Kindest Troll By E.A Snelson At the ibex mountain’s edge Near where the stools toed Up and over the rolling knoll You can find the kindest troll Once you’ve secured his pledge He’ll save you from the dangers cold Keeping close all your whispers told Even passed the age of old That moves you […]

The Troll’s Nosegay By Robert Graves

The Troll’s Nosegay By Robert Graves A simple nosegay! Was that much to ask? (Winter still nagged, with scarce a bud yet showing.) He loved her ill, if he resigned the task. ‘Somewhere,’ she cried, ‘there must be blossom blowing.’ It seems my lady wept and the troll swore By Heaven he hated tears: he’d […]