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Best Flour Poems

Below are the all-time best Flour poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of flour poems written by PoetrySoup members

Premium Member Flour Sacks
Life was hard in the money department
My parents had what was called a paid job
Just over basics it was evident
Someone else ate the corn, they...

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Categories: flour, childhood, life, mother,
Form: Rhyme

Let's All Drink to Lockdown
Let's All Drink to Lockdown 
by Jan Beaumont ©

I'm normally a social girl
I love to meet my mates
But lately with the virus here
We can't go...

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Categories: flour, encouraging, friendship, fun, giggle,
Form: Light Verse
French Bread
	French Bread
	Your index finger 
	draws figure-eights 
	in the dusting of flour 
	on the counter top 
	where you lean
	quite casually, 
	watching as I make 
	a loaf...

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Categories: flour, sensual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Boston Tea Party Prelude
Tonight as candles flicker, she is sitting at the table
where her husband sat (before he passed away),
working on his daily crossword puzzles, seeming
most content although...

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Categories: flour, lost lovehusband, husband,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member AISLE SEA EWE
Early in the mourning she rose
She wood fined her boat
Wear she rose across the see two the sure
Their she mustard all her mite
And toad the...

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Categories: flour, humorous,
Form: Free verse

How I loved spending a week of the summer holidays with my grandparents. Gramps would come and pick me up in his old pick- up...

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Categories: flour, childhood, garden, grandparents, memory,
Form: Haibun
The grist mill stands by the side of the lake
A bustling flour mill of yesteryear
An eerie place where many people died
If you go inside you...

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Categories: flour, death, evil, horror,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Words Of Wisdom To My Child
You grow so fast, already showing glimpse of awesome creativity
and transform discoveries from the industrious nature of your observations
so squat at my feet and raise...

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Categories: flour, blessing, child, education, encouraging,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member - Desert - So Far The Eye Can See -

Sahara the world's largest - the strictest and warmest desert 
It is an ocean without water - a place of fear blast knuckles on...

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Categories: flour, beauty, mystery,
Form: Free verse
Pizza Prayer
Tumble, crumble cornmeal, salted flour 
Stream olive oil
Feed water and toasty yeast with sugar
Crinkle, rumple, crease, and fold
Smooth a silky, doughy globe.

Cover, leave the orb...

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Categories: flour, food, meaningful, metaphor, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Whats in a Name
Whats in a name
As i look on the soup
From various backgrounds
And various nooks
English, Hispanic 
French too
How did we get the names
Of me and you

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Categories: flour, history
Form: Rhyme
The Best Pizza
I could smell that fresh baked dough, rising up 
through the air. Created from double zero flour,
from Italy, carefully prepared.

A fine effort, was made to...

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Categories: flour, first love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Humble Pie
He prepared the pie
With greatest care
Within the pot 
My brains and hair
For hers had been
A lofty perch 
Just a peg or two
Would never do

Cremated remains

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Categories: flour, horror,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I See You
I see you
Do you see me peeking at you
From behind the rose bush?
Look at your lovely hair - a tousled mess
Those eyes, gleaming in the...

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Categories: flour, happiness, love, mom, peace,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Scratch
My daddy was a roughneck and he worked the oil patch.
He ate his eggs and biscuits that my mommy made from scratch.
Pies and cakes and...

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© Roy Jerden  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flour, childhood, humor, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Small Gifts Quilted with Love
Somewhere in the Appalachian Hills quilted with love
there are cottages and curtains clothes on sills, quilted with love.

Up high in deep where electric wires don't...

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Categories: flour,
Form: Ghazal
The Chocolate Cake
“And you call yourself a bloody cook”, this mongrel shearer said.
“I oughta ram this rubbish down yer’ throat, it’ll kill a bloke stone dead.”
He’s talking...

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Categories: flour, food, humor,
Form: Rhyme
And still i drive - Part two
Stars fall under failing skies...stars fall...stars fall...
But stars do not cry.
Into Ochs valley, through the Vale of White Horse...prancing 
besides a Dragons Hill;
It was here...

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Categories: flour, travel,
Form: Rhyme
Soul Food
Bagels and baguettes
Bap or fried bake,
The fruits of the flour
are easy to make

Chollah, chapatti  
Cinnamon bun
These global delights
make eating such fun

Filled with Caribbean sweet...

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© jo davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flour, family, food, funny, happiness,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Poetry Biscuit
I am the enchanted poetry biscuit
No gravy, no butter, I look so bland
Staring at the fridge, will you risk it?
Sweep me away in your hot...

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Categories: flour, humor, nonsense, poetry,
Form: Light Verse
Homemade Bagels
A lot of work and effort it does not take.
In fact, these treats are very simple to make.
They don’t require a lot of time to...

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Categories: flour, food,
Form: Rhyme
How To Fix A Broken Heart
Superglue won’t do it, neither will flour paste glue,
PVA is useless, and Araldite is too.

A broken heart cannot be stitched together,
And Gaffer tape doesn’t last...

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Categories: flour, people, heart, heart,
Form: Couplet
Sometimes cakes are upside down,
And brownies are not always brown.
A steak should not be made of wood,
And well done doesn’t mean it’s good.
Sometimes food is...

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© Rufus Reed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flour, children, funny
Form: Rhyme

    Once again, he dresses himself
    with flour- powdered face, neck -ruffles,
    and over-sized shoes: all...

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Categories: flour, irony, loss,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hands Across Time

Pink faced, and warm, I stand at the kitchen counter
rubbing flour and butter briskly
through my fingers into a large mixing bowl...
Apples are already peeled and...

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Categories: flour, introspection,
Form: Narrative