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Short Garden poem by Paul Geiger| Details | |

bird feeder

robin watching
throng of juncos 
backyard dances

Short Garden poem by Abdullah Alhemaidy| Details | |

emerald spring

naked woods 
emeralds on hands shadows!
started spring

Short Garden poem by Patricia L Graham| Details | |

Changes

Birds sing springtime
Diminished in cold
Climate changing

Short Garden poem by Marty King| Details | |

plowing the garden haiku

plowing the garden
hot summer sun bearing down
recipes in mind

Short Garden poem by Tara Andre| Details | |

Profound Question

If Adam ate first
Of the Forbidden Apple
Would women rule Earth?

Short Garden poem by David De la Croes| Details | |

Fig

Blossoming unseen
within velvety soft walls -
an enclosed garden.

Short Garden poem by Arlene Smith| Details | |

Larder Needs a Refill

Peaches dot orchard.
Bushels of vegetables.
Canning season starts.

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

Garden Roses

Velvety pink rose
True beauty and my delight
She has a temper, too!

Short Garden poem by Lynne Hanson| Details | |

September frost

killing frost descends
deadly white crystal blanket
basil plant shivers

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

Spring Blossoms

Blossoms on pear trees
Tiny parchment-like blossoms
Beautify my yard.

Short Garden poem by Peter Dome| Details | |

Red Bug

Red bug

*spotted *

on leaf.


Lady bug.


Peter Dome.copyright.2013.Dec.

Short Garden poem by LINDA JACKSON| Details | |

A Garden


   cottage garden with
   lavender and rich roses -
   heavenly scented

Short Garden poem by LINDA JACKSON| Details | |

Garden's Harvest


 laughter in garden -
 tiny fingers pluck first
 crop of strawberries

Short Garden poem by LINDA JACKSON| Details | |

Scented Garden

   lavender's scent and
   honeysuckle's rich perfume -
   intoxicate bees 

Short Garden poem by LINDA JACKSON| Details | |

Roses


   delicate pink petals 
   the perfect rose blooms open -
   bumblebees hover

Short Garden poem by Ngoc Nguyen| Details | |

'Blessed by God,--'

Blessed by God, Adam and Eve have coitus in the garden of Eden.

Short Garden poem by Anthony O. Mitchell Jr.| Details | |

A Garden of Spring 2K13

A calm sparkled pond
bear fish 'neath a woody foot bridge;
Now Spring's Cherry Blossoms.

Short Garden poem by James Fraser| Details | |

Pinky Bloom Delights

Against a Full Moon Sakura petals captured Such a bloom delights .

Short Garden poem by jody mckinnon| Details | |

Ethereal Whispers

Ethereal Whispers permeate 
the layers of the flower 
of the petal 
of the seed
 of it's universe.

Short Garden poem by Kristy Burgess| Details | |

Gardening

I never wanted it to happen,
I allowed loves seed to sow,
So here we're in the garden,
But there's a drought to stop the growth.

Short Garden poem by Dave Timperley| Details | |

The Garden

Gardening, once a weekend chore,
Now it's daily, something to adore.
Living here, by the Middle East,
Flowers bloom in a glorious feast.

Short Garden poem by Modupe Sefunmi| Details | |

Green

garden springs green,
abundant morsels for all.
a cup of green tea,
sets my body in motion.
i am ever green















Monday, 13th May, 2013

Short Garden poem by Maurice Yvonne| Details | |

A Modern Haiku


dressed in queen anne's lace  chrysanthemums spray baby breath awaken earth's vase
September 21 2014

Short Garden poem by Suzanne Delaney| Details | |

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Perhaps, it was only my imagination 
Creatures in the verdant greenery
Ready to pounce  on leafy aspirations
Mirrored, starlike, in garden scenery.

Short Garden poem by Joyce Johnson| Details | |

November Dreams

November dreams of beauty of my garden in springtime,
planning horticultural fancies my garden has never grown.
Dreaming of it in November is easy part of gardening.

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