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Acorns Poems

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Premium Member rain
after winter's rain
yard cleared, worms and acorns exposed....
robins, blackbirds flock  ...Read More
Categories: acorns, nature,
Form: Haiku



Premium Member The Wonderful Giant Oak
The giant oak sprawled into the sky 
In pure wonderfulness her phalanges reaching
wider and farther than other oaks in the forest

Squirrels leapt from her twiggy limbs,
Barely making it sometimes, and chattering
with glee as they perpetually caught themselves

Robins, cardinals, wrens, sparrows...Read More
Categories: acorns, tree,
Form: Imagism
THE FOREST OVERCOMES WINTER

THE  FOREST  OVERCOMES  WINTER



Wuthering,  gale held aloft by the thick forest. 
Woodpecker  drills his acorns deep into the trunk. 
Willingly,  dog noses into each trunk coming home.
Welcome,  the thick smell of pine cones.
Warm,...Read More
Categories: acorns, tree, winter,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member juggling acorns
juggling acorns
oak blinks his consternation
autumn wind scare
...Read More
Categories: acorns, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Haiku
Premium Member They Bring Me Gifts
They bring me gifts. Leaves, acorns, a flyswatter, mud off their shoes.
With big smiles and a happy attitude, they bring me gifts daily.
Yes, I am talking about the kindergarten students, the happy five’s.
And occasional sixes, who lose their front teeth...Read More
Categories: acorns, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 7th
Form: Verse



Premium Member ACORN IN THE SNOW
I saw it as I walked one day…an acorn in the snow
and I stopped for a moment to wonder…what makes this acorn grow?

What makes this little tiny seed…barely bigger than a pea…
what makes this little acorn transform into a tree?

Certainly...Read More
Categories: acorns, nature, parents,
Form: Verse
The Last Time, I Had To See You
You sat them on an icy oak table–
the package of my father’s ashes–
like an old-fashioned box cake.

Your dusty, branch-colored fingers
gripped a pile of pearly white paper sheets
with the profiles of people you were to keep
until their relatives were ready
to let...Read More
Categories: acorns, death, farewell, father, grief, hurt, lost, sorrow,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Things will be better
I stood in the snow frozen park
Leaned against a tree, not feeling too well
Beneath skies filled with gray clouds
I looked between the birch trees
And I saw the birds flying
I heard them singing in the stillness
Then I closed my eyes and...Read More
Categories: acorns, appreciation, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Winter Faerie with Blue Crystal Eyes
Faerie with your pure crystal eyes of blue
Frosted glass majesty sure does suit you.

Queen of the North especially the wind
Seeing you means that winter can begin.

You enter calm, composed and so cool.
Forest silent when you come to rule.

Acorns and leaves...Read More
Categories: acorns, 10th grade, 12th grade, fairy,
Form: Sonnet
HER MAJESTY
English oak tree, named Quercus robur; though known as Her Majesty now
Named Majesty of the Woods; etiquette requires in my presence one must bow
Growing my branches outwards, thus enhancing the width of my canopy 
Lifespan extended as I nurtured my...Read More
Categories: acorns, age, old, tree,
Form: Personification



Veins of a Bonfire
and for our fifth anniversary, wood;
at that age love’s roots are hopeful, flexible,
damp: feeling fresh earth with fingers 
stretching and toes padding. A landscape found.

My memories are rings of bark in rotation,
aging and looping nostalgic sap solidified, held
within amber -...Read More
Categories: acorns, analogy,
Form: Personification
Premium Member I Am an Old Oak Tree
                                       ...Read More
Categories: acorns, nature, tree,
Form: Shape
Premium Member Love, known and unknown
As the trees' shiver with delight
at the fresh autumn breeze,
The cycle of life has met 
his match with her.

Her cloak now adorned with all
the fallen acorns,
while gently the sun abates
for less to see.

Its sensual warmth no longer felt
by lovers in...Read More
Categories: acorns, lost, lost love, love, love hurts,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Autumnal lessons
Another yellow leaf came 
spinning down
Shaken, detached and 
Wind blown
To lie by other leaves
And acorns
During the season of fall!

The Oak stood bare
Bereft of all leaves
No shame, no care
Just branches and crease.
40 seasons it has seen
New leaves and acorn
Where old ones...Read More
Categories: acorns, autumn, bereavement, break up, color, hope, pain,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Squirrel
The Squirrel
Agile, gray-brown fluff
 burying acorns in the yarded scruff,
future mighty oak spawned nests of hope
 stretched out branch trapezed along a tightrope,
chatter banter circular frolicking unfaint
 tail challenge waving screech complaints,
acrobatic voyeur of the crowned aerial topography
 where forest...Read More
Categories: acorns, animal,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Rebirth of spring
I see leaves frozen in the ice
Like a window to the death of fall
Other leaves crunching in the grass
With a language yet to be heard
Black crows caw from the bushes
Where smooth acorns roll along
On a path with pinecones scattered
Leading the...Read More
Categories: acorns, beauty, nature, seasons, senses,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member In the absence of complication
In the absence of complication,
trials and tribulations become distant memories.
Above sapphire skies delight sanguine eyes -
inspiring forthcoming musings of the mind.

Words flow like rivers kissing mouths of the sea,
where an aubade of dawn creates waves of serenity.
In the purity of...Read More
Categories: acorns, future, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member November Rewards
Around bushes, trees and pathways, race two lively squirrels 
Scurrying speedily up and down playing games of tag together
Spreading its shaggy tail one would sit up tall by taking a halt
Prying off caps, happily chomps on healthy delicious acorns 

With...Read More
Categories: acorns, appreciation, autumn, beauty, bird, nature, november, thanksgiving,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member SEASONAL WARNING
Resonant like the moon, the sun’s shining — a halo through leafy oak.
The dark canopy like fig leaves, attempting to hide the naked bloke.
Ablaze on a cool November day, the warm and yellow sunbeam soak.

Comes, frenzy of cold blustery winds...Read More
Categories: acorns, november, weather,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Daylight Saving
Autumn’s fall grew large as leaves caressed the barefoot soul’s content

Another summer had given way to lengthened shadows’ fragrant scent

Musky soil gathered a gentle morning sun just enough for safe sorrows 

In the forest of mind after relentless heat gave...Read More
Categories: acorns, seasons,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Fairy named Twinkle

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Find here a poem read throughout the ages,
passed down from elders to youngsters below
A mystical rhyme with a fairy tale ending
that maybe is true but we really don’t know

Perhaps just a legend, the town folk all chuckle
as children run off...Read More
Categories: acorns, fairy, fantasy, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Fairy Houses
The Gardens* had some houses,
Teeny tiny ones they'd made,
Hidden next to pots of flowers
Quite adorably displayed.

Twigs and acorns, fruits and berries
Formed the roofs, the doors and walls 
Of these little homes just waiting 
'Til a neighbor fairy calls.

For they're known...Read More
Categories: acorns, fairy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member In Praise of Crunchy Things
Our God be praised for crunchy things, He weaves
Benediction to our senses - bounteous gift
The crunch of acorns, crackle of the leaves
Neath frosted cautious foot steps given lift

No more soft salad days in sunlit field
Now taste buds come alive and...Read More
Categories: acorns, senses,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Just as I imagined


Trees were dressed in gold, acorns came down like bullets
Leaves fell through the air, in flurries as they landed together
Oh so much to do, but just enough time to stop and notice
Scene after scene, in a continual slideshow of beauty
The...Read More
Categories: acorns, autumn, beauty, time,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member AUTUMN JOY
score rain and acorns —
thunderbolts of Autumn joy
relieve Summer’s heat.
bushy-tailed squirrels delirious.

10/16/2019
...Read More
Categories: acorns, animal, autumn, weather,
Form: Verse