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Farm Acrostic Poems

These Farm Acrostic poems are examples of Acrostic poems about Farm. These are the best examples of Acrostic Farm poems written by international poets.


Poverty Will End
K-indness of the Church Administration 
A-ims to assist the indigent people; 
B-elieving in the gospel 
I-s to save the poor man's soul. 
H-elp the needy...

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Categories: poverty,



Eco Farm
E-co farm in Barangay Bakal
D-elights the gray and blue; 
W-ith Kabihug being busy, 
I-t's always fresh and
N-ew.

R-ise up on February ninth, 
O-vercome the nature's harm;...

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Categories: birthday,

Solitude
So many stones have been thrown at me, 
That I'm not frightened of them anymore, 
And the pit has become a solid tower, 
Tall among...

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Categories: animal, arabic, business, candy,

Drawn By The Carabao
M-ist and haze Wednesday 
A-re both nowhere in view; 
E-arly January twenty-first is far away from blue. 

M-orn has just broken, 
E-vening shadows vanish; 
N-ight...

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Categories: birthday,

A Beautiful Eco Farm
E-vergreen field forms a landscape
C-omposed of fruitful trees; 
O-live, vine, apple, and berry attract birds, butterflies, and bees.

F-riendly to environment
A-nd not harmful to human; 
R-aw...

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Categories: life, nature,



Premium Member Orchard Fantasy
Only organic fruits will do...
Rely on nature through and through.
Going to an orchard nearby
And pick our apples 'neath dark sky...
No one around on us to...

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Categories: farm, fruit, fun,

Orchard Fantasy
Only Nature can make an organic tree.
Releasing poisons are forbidden you see.
Get out of the way, give nature a hand,
And let bees do their jobs...

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Categories: farm, fruit, humorous, tree,

Fracking Farms
Frack off!
Radon in my water, killing me
Arsenic in by veins, making me cough
Cuardilla, ruining my tea
Killing the cows
In Fylde I protest
No fracking here!
Go away




I want...

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Categories: abuse, angst, appreciation, farm,

REMEMBER THE NUMBER: 350
Technicolor lights metallic noises split my neurons

Naked rocks replacing people's grass lawns

Thin glacier crumbling under polar bear's weight

You hear a voice rising from the carbon...

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© Gray Star  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: earth, earth day, environment,

SUMMER MEMORIES ON A FARM
He is mixing blue and purple on a portrait--me
while gulping coffee
of which water fetched from an old well

A figure taking shape on canvas 
Wild strokes...

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© Gray Star  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: art, character, farm, memory,

Premium Member Beautiful
Beauty is as beauty does.
Everything has its own charm.
As for her she loves the city,
Up to him he'd choose the farm.
That they adapt to please...

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Categories: beautiful, beauty, life,

Premium Member ACROSTIC


Arrive with ease the path of worth,
Come word true charm with cheer that stays;
Reap inner peace in soul's re-birth,
Observe worth farm joy in sure play;
Seek...

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Categories: acrostic, beauty,

GREEDY AND JEALOUSY
GREEDY AND JEALOUSY

The haves and the have not, they all stand at equal pulverized
Stretching their hands for arms giving, yes we are all vulnerable and...

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Categories: art, jealousy,

Premium Member Georgia Land Of The Peach
G  eorgia land of mountains and plains
E  arth of red that is farmed again and again
O  rchards of peaches, apples, and pecans
R...

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Categories: community, devotion, farm, travel,

WISCONSIN
We are known for our football, bratwurst, and beer,
Iridescent blue lakes with fresh waters, crystal clear,
Summer's sun blazes hot enough to make skin burn,
Cheese producing...

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Categories: america, farm, home, nature,

Premium Member ANNIVERSARY THOUGHTS
Poesy lives here, poesy now tints;
Observe the range, observe the feel;
Echoes draw near, echoes bring hints;
Trust in sure change, trust in vast will;
Read works that...

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Categories: community, dedication,

Practice Poem
Practice poem
Today I smile, cus I walked a mile,
Today I’m happy, cus I smile.
Today I gave my heart away,
To a galaxy far away.
Today I lost...

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Categories: philosophy, lost, lost,

Haunted Red Barn
H awthorne bushes wildly overgrown, line the mud and gravel driveway
A bandoned by a farmer years ago, sold to someone unknown to all
U ntouched by...

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© Lee Ramage  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mystery, red, red,

Into My Own
   
Keep me away far from this harsh city life, 
Away from non-stop noise and all the strife;
Lights from dazzling neons make me...

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Categories: introspection, life, love, nature,