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Short Farm poem by harry horsman| Details | |

Lost Author

By George
he’s lost in animal farm---
Or well

Short Farm poem by Daniel Perez| Details | |

Shalini Canyons

Harvested farm land
Deserticolous canyons
Valleys deeply sway

Short Farm poem by Jyoti Chaudhary| Details | |

Birds Visit Farm (Haiku)

Birds visit the farm
Seeking for grains if any
Left after harvest

Short Farm poem by Malliburd Horton| Details | |

Eat ass

4 men live on farm
No wife
One Life
Need food
Kill donkey

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 Doris Culverhouse| Details | |


three fluff balls sweetly
yellow and small packs a smell
Like a hog farm!

Short Farm poem by Sara Kendrick| Details | |


Spring on the farm
Pear trees in full bloom, horses
With spring in their step

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 Patricia Leonaitis| Details | |


Autumn on the farm,
Cows busy chewing their cuds,
Waiting to be milked.

I love cows!

Short Farm poem by Effie Blake| Details | |

Ant Farm

ant farm:
an all-seeing
look at colony life's
structure.  care for it.  learn from its

Short Farm poem by tom mcmurray| Details | |

death of a farm 5/7/5 haiku

broken barn in wind under rusted weathervane death song squeaks all day

Short Farm poem by jack horne| Details | |

Public Toilet

needs to be cleaned, rusty, crusty, eew, 
nasty farm smells, dusty, musty loo.

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 Brian Strand| Details | |


Adhered to the eaves where house martins hatch
Spiders cluster to a weathered straw hatch.

American doublet form

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 kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |


theyer in the house
chase mouses
also has dogs
and hogs
have a farm and i barn
playing on the logs
 i am jet set
but i love

Short Farm poem by Ernesto P. Santiago| Details | |

the farm boy

amidst the green field
behind grandpa’s old brick house
lies a broken fridge,
unmindful of time passing
until my mom calls me home.

Short Farm poem by Tim Ryerson| Details | |

Breaking Even is Okay Too...

When my work is done on the farm
I hope I have sown decent seeds 
That sprouted more good than harm
And yielded more flowers than weeds

Short Farm poem by Nancy Jones| Details | |

Bad Day

At farm
in barn.
Gosh darn!
Broke arm.

Slammed my left one at farm in barn door.
Can't drive home now. Gosh darn! Broke arm's sore.

Short Farm poem by Sara Kendrick| Details | |


The farmer produces
                           produce on his very
                                                     productive farm......

Short Farm poem by Kathy Fretwell Gandy| Details | |


Frog and fruit.

Fig and flute.

Farm and freeze.

Which one of these Ff words 
rhymes with sneeze?

Short Farm poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |


i miss all of this
the ground i kiss
i miss the farm sound
i miss it all
too the well water fall
 home i choose
i got the

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 Vincent Procopio| Details | |

Which Came First

Poultry farm chaos
Chicken-lickin’ you
Sweet and sour future
Henhouse flurry

Henpecked and handpacked
Epistle of gristle
Cellophane stiffy
Wishbone hope?

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 Sarpong Kumankoma | Details | |

Wasteful Wind

Whistling wind
wrestling with withered leaves
on the cocoa farm
Lifting debris does not pay
I plead thee
go to our leaders' hearts
blow down their stony ramparts

Short Farm poem by Brian Strand| Details | |


On granpappy's farm,in Arkansas
Picking cotton was the annual chore,
Recording the rural life,he saw-
Scraping a living ,on a small wage
A tender story..of coming of age.

Short Farm poem by Gary Jones| Details | |

The Fields

The sun’s nightly journey
Down life’s long rambling road

The picked fields cleaned and tilled
The musky soil still warm

A farm-hand sleeps, dreaming
Of a distant lover 

Short Farm poem by William Robinson| Details | |


A farmer owned a farm in Iowa.
In vain, he toiled and labored every day.
He'd pick his corn and shuck it,
And pour it into buckets;
Then crows would steal the corn and fly away.

Short Farm poem by William Robinson| Details | |


Three pigeons in flight
One morning so bright
The wine bottle swallowed its cork
A stein of root beer
Lead crystal is clear
He purchased a farm in New York.                    

Short Farm poem by chris bowen| Details | |


my quips legit,wheres your script,wheres the poet from old towwn manhatten that 
you jot down?fourty book?take a look,see if theres a response,ill sound the 
alarm and buy you the farm.

Short Farm poem by Robert Pettit| Details | |

Albino, Where's the Gold

Come on, albino. Tell me where’s the gold? They say you know how to look. Where is it on my farm? Based on the novel "God's Little Acre", by the late Erskine Caldwell

Short Farm poem by Tanya Harrington| Details | |

A Farmer's Tale

pale silken strands sway
tickling the warm breezy air
honey wheat wands dance

prosperity flows
nourishing life on the farm
drought came and all died

TLH  ©  05-31-2012


Short Farm poem by James Fraser| Details | |

It's Norm, Down on the Farm

There once was a parachutist called Norm
Who parachuted into an alligator farm
      He said with a hell of a shout
     "Blimey! it's time to bail out"
Before I'm the calm before their storm

Short Farm poem by John Goodman| Details | |




made strong with resolve

of truth's vision

path to englightened spirit



seeing unity among nature

in farm





oneness of creation.

Short Farm poem by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen| Details | |

It's a Miracle!

There once was a drifting skydiver.
He looked down below with grave terror.
He was falling in a tarn.
At an alligator farm –
So he prayed, then he ran on the water!

© July 11, 2010
Dane Smith-Johnsen

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 Ian D. Campbell| Details | |

Show and Tell

Stale, summer

Boiling in this
Skin bath
Are you and I. 

An obsession, 
Now a memento
Of dark complexion, 
Stiffened surprises. 

I burrow into the 
Pill case now
With no more than 
An ant farm
In my pocket.

Short Farm poem by David Fisher| Details | |

Tommy Totem

There was a farm hand named Tommy Totem
Who went out to the garden and hoe’d ‘em
But that implement
Was useless since bent
So he used the tool next to his scrotum

For Bawdy Limerick two contest
July 1, 2014

Short Farm poem by Brian Strand| Details | |


the wind,
sweet music
of ripening
of harvest-
repeated each

Dedicated to Norman Borlag (Iowa born farm boy) 1914-2009 Nobel prize 1970 -developed 
the new high yielding wheat strains

Short Farm poem by olusegun Arowolo| Details | |

Noon time Watch

flowers bloom 
their fragrances spread through the farm...
noon time watch

humming birds perch
on the flowers for nectar...
wings flapping

Olusegun Arowolo
Contest:" Sweet Flowers and Hummingbirds" Sponsored by Sidney LeeAnn

Short Farm poem by Sara Kendrick| Details | |

On The Southern Alligator Farm

Down south on the small alligator farm
Alligators grown to size to alarm
All the workers there too scared
Of young gators as they aired
Parachuted food to keep them from harm

(Inspired by Carolyn's picture but not entry.)

Short Farm poem by randy johnson| Details | |


(This is a fictional poem)

You're making a peanut butter sandwich with sardines.
That's one of the grossest things I've ever seen.
Now you're putting marshmallows and gravy on it too.
I'm going to call the funny farm on you.

Short Farm poem by Andrea Dietrich| Details | |

A Winter Eve's Illusion

Beneath the vibrant orange-red of sky
and a yellow spot of sun dropped low,
a farm’s snow-topped structures in the
clearing of a wintry woods
are huddled as if to
draw some warmth from this
brightest part of 
a short-lived

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 Perry McDaid| Details | |


                                          who, both 
                                  loth to farm and young, 
                      goeth eagerly forth to swear Musketeer's Oath.

Short Farm poem by Sidney Beck| Details | |



Me farm  stuff  was up on the block 

I'd  tree fruits and live henyard stock

It was no ifs or buts 

She lunged quick for me nuts

But  she  only wanted  me cock

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