Farm Ballad Poems
These Farm Ballad poems are examples of Ballad poems about Farm. These are the best examples of Ballad Farm poems written by international poets.
Schnorrer of Schwenksville Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,
I imagine little house on the prairie
(bordering Lake Woebegone),
a place to hang cloak
most bucolic, edenic, idyllic...
apropos place for this poetic cowpoke,
who at present day trumpets
EXCITED ABOUT THE POSSIBILITIES Categories: business, creation, farm, food,
THEY TRIED TO INCREASE THE LEVEL OF PRODUCTIVITY
THEY WANTED TO OUT PERFORM EACH NEW WAY OF DOING
THEY SOUGHT REMEDY USING MACHINES, ROBOTS, HOVERCRAFTS
AND EVEN A...
Shearing Shed Categories: farm,
The yards behind the shearing shed are overgrown with grass
And the fence posts look a little worse for wear
There’s cobwebs on the tractors that are...
East of Nowhere Categories: farm,
Somewhere east of nowhere
stands a rust encrusted shed
In a paddock full of weeds
by a tumbledown homestead
A windmill goes on turning
though the bore has long run...
The Old Dog Categories: animal, death, dog, emotions,
At a point where the old road meets the hill
and runs down the other side
There's an old tin shed that's standing, still
and a grave where...
The Ballad of Bobby and Suzy Categories: ballad, animal, farm, humorous,
Set-a-spell, and I'll spin you a yarn
of Bobby and Suzy, who lived in a barn:
Rooster crowed at the crack of dawn
CRUMBLED LEAVES OF FALL Categories: autumn, farm, science,
I CRUMBLED YOUR LEAVES
WITH GLOVED HANDS
AND MIXED THE RESIDUE WITH SAND
I PLANTED MY COLLARDS AND KALE
MY TURNIPS AND HORSRADISHES
SOME WERE IN THE PALE
I CRUMBLED YOUR...
FROM gILDREDS WRITINGS Categories: anxiety, character, encouraging, farm,
I HEARD THEM SQUEAKING
FOR MILES AND MILES I HEARD
THEY WERE IN TANDUM
WITH THE HORSES SCENT
AND THE AND SCENT OF
THE OILS, THE MISSUS
Easter Monday at Hahndorf, South Australia 2 April 2018 Categories: easter,
A bright sunny azure blue sky above fills
Me with happiness and a leisurely drive into the Adelaide Hills
The Hahndorf Main Street full of shops
The Song of Billy Sing Categories: remember, world war i,
In 1914 Billy Sing heard the rallying bugle's call
Our last man and shilling it will be our country's all
They needed more recruits and wanted...
Africa, A Land Of Childhood Categories: absence, abuse, africa, age,
This is a land of lands where dreams
are planted in the longing eyes of a child.
Lives are redefined for societal upliftment,
children build castles in the...
My Africa Categories: africa, beautiful, betrayal, black
My Africa is not the poor image
Ravaged by war in the betrayal of anger,
Echoed sounds graduating through the village
In a portrayal of dances and...
Ballad of Joyce Hill Categories: eulogy, goodbye, tribute,
To her family she was coy
but truly she would be their Joy,
a country girl from Kingaroy -
The Mattus Barn Categories: family, farm,
A barn southwest of Central Butte
Could be seen for miles around
Upon a hill, and that was how
The Mattus place was found
A big and very...
Mark n Cecil Categories: adventure,
Mark n Cecil
Mark worked for old Cecil,
Outside old Dirranbandi town,
Mark was a 14 year old boy,
It was puzzling made him frown,
The Brown Snakes and the...
I was raised on a little old farm Categories: child, dad, farm, home,
I was raised on a little old farm
by my daddy who raised pigs in a barn
my mama well what can I say
she helped my...
Putin v Abbot Categories: adventure,
At the G20 meeting, many nations steps they trod,
where the Abbot in his Budgies, tried to fight the Putin sod,
oh it came down to...
ORGANIC NATURE Categories: analogy, appreciation, celebrity, character,
More of greens
Orchids are hanging
Tuna fish my viand
Sipping chicken soup
An organic nature
THE SLAVE GIRL Categories: abuse, dark, family, sea,
From fabrics torn, in ruin, she hail,
Above the deck, beneath the sail,
Above silent meadow, the sea,
Her frosty breath, in doom, she see.
Her fondness torn, her...
Drought Categories: community, courage, depression, farm,
We pray good times will come again,
As we sit and beg for rain,
We pray good times will soon draw nigh
As we dry the tears we...