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Short Farm poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Why Does The Cock Crow

Why does the cock crow?
To get our lazy asses
out of our warm beds.

Short Farm poem by Matthew Horstkotter| Details | |

A Farmers Haiku

Morning rooster calls
Daylight breaks the horizon
Time for work lets go

Short Farm poem by LINDA JACKSON| Details | |


    fattened lambs no longer
    laze in sun -
    market day dawns

Short Farm poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

What Does The Crow Say

What does the crow say?
“When I’m the farmer’s greatest
enemy, life sucks.”

Short Farm poem by David Graham| Details | |

Wooden window , traditional 5-7-5

Wooden window creaks -
Tree branch swing hanging lowly 
Peeking sun thaws snow

Short Farm poem by Natalie Railoun| Details | |


summer clouds pregnant
with new life for the withered-
barren grass waiting

Short Farm poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

No Charm On The Farm

The third time’s a charm,
unless you live on a farm.
Cow poop stinks each time.

Short Farm poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

What Does The Cow Say

What does the cow say?
“Don’t touch my teats you pervert.
I will call the cops.”

Short Farm poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Farmyard Symphony

The cock crows in the morning.
The hog snorts all the day long.
The bull bellows dominance.
Farmyard Symphony!

Short Farm poem by Warner Baxter| Details | |

owl is wise fox sly

~*~ owl is wise fox sly elephant never forgets cows and pigs don't care ~~**~~ ~*~

Short Farm poem by M. L. Kiser| Details | |

Healthy Harvest

A healthy harvest is a farmer’s joy; his dedication has produced a good income and large stores.

Short Farm poem by Richard Breese| Details | |


A UFO flew over Lake Erie
And really blew Air Force theory.
For it towed a large sign
That was flashing this line,
We borrowed a cow from O'Leary.

Short Farm poem by Donna Jones| Details | |

Poor Foghorn

My big ol' rooster,
thought he was cock of the walk...
Until....Red, my hen 
ended it all today with 
a flogging and loud squawk!..

©Donna Jones


Short Farm poem by David Fisher| Details | |

A Farmer Named Brock

There once was a farmer named Brock
Who was proud of his timely cock.
‘Cept it rose too early
Surprising his Shirley
On the day we turned back the clock.

Short Farm poem by Verlena S. Walker | Details | |

The Walton-Horns

Old Jack Walton-Horn was a mighty old boy.
He was a farmer full of joy.
He harvest corn.
His son was name John.
Penned on May 17, 2014!

Short Farm poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

A Cow Named McKuen

There once was a cow named McKuen
Whose cud she was always a'chew'n.
Till one day in her lane
We asked please explain,
Said she, "It shor beats a stand'n 'n moo'n."

Short Farm poem by Keith Trestrail| Details | |

For Stevo Down on the Farm

Behold, I knew him well like a brudder,

The girls said he was a bit of a dudder!

  He was always half-arsed

   But the years have passed...

Now he milks one cow then the udder!

Short Farm poem by Ivo Cosentino| Details | |

The quick brown fox

The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog The hound takes no notice and sleeps like a log The quick dog jumps over the lazy brown fox The tod is dog-tired—had a fight with the ox.

Short Farm poem by Xaysouvanh Phengphong| Details | |

Pulling the Buffalo

Early morning the farmer 
pulls the buffalo to the rice field.
Before sunset the farmer
pulls the buffalo back home.

Day in day out, 
the buffalo learned to follow
the owner.
In the end the buffalo 
became the good follower.

Short Farm poem by Neldy Jolo| Details | |


Green green 
Ground playground

Green leaves
Green grass
Green nature

Beautiful more
More of greens

Orchids are hanging
Tuna fish my viand
Sipping chicken soup

An organic nature


Layag Sug

Short Farm poem by Conner Woltzenhowzer| Details | |

Panda and Combine

Panda and Combine
We both are generally lazy
Until it comes time to work
Then we both eat crops
We both are losing land to live on.

We both start small then eventually grow
While one prefers the west.
While the other prefers the east.

Short Farm poem by Miss Wattle| Details | |


FARMER O'GABLE There was an old farmer whose name was O'Gable He kept twenty equines cooped up in a stable For hours he would stoop To shovel mounds of poop He don't smell like a rose, old Farmer O'Gable. © ELR 2013

Short Farm poem by John Beam| Details | |


bee hunting an art                                                                                                     line bees to tree sun or bait                                                                                             follow to honey

Short Farm poem by Janet Hay| Details | |

Meeting the Soupers

Have I got clean socks on?

I really must be sure

I wouldn't want my souping buds

To smell the green manure

That pile I trod in earlier

It really was a stinker

It's crucial that

My new compadres

think that I'm a thinker.

(And NOT a heavy drinker)

Short Farm poem by Chelsea Chords| Details | |

Puzzle the Muzzle

Orwell's pig cry,
Puppeteer rolls a dice,
Romantics clap clouds,
War waged amongst the mice clan,
To Nail the mocking bird flight.

Inspiration :- George Orwell's Animal Farm

Contest Name:- Just one tanka old or new
Sponsored by:- Alfred Vassallo
"Honorable Mention"

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