Best Homesteaders Poems
Below are the all-time best Homesteaders poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of homesteaders poems written by PoetrySoup members
A Rural Station
A former place this, a patch where roots rattle,
where stubble has a ferrous frizzle.
A long truncated railroad stop
humming still within a surrogate reality.
As dry voices...
homesteaders, adventure, childhood, family, happinesssummer, summer, vacation,
Fourth of July meant summer vacation road trips
Sun and fun amusement parks and the beach
Flip flops and freckles carefree slow days like pouring cold honey
Man Revises our Creator's Design
homesteaders, creation, environment, farm, food, men, poverty,
I do not know?
Improved quality of food shall surely benefit man.
Quantity increases will feed the hungry and poor.
To the common man, at first, it sounds like the perfect...
homesteaders, cowboy-western, family, history, nostalgia, people,
The cabin, shuddered in the cold,
But the way was tough, so none grew bold,
So the cabin shed a lonely tear,
The days grew into months then...
The Black Tide - Act 2
As i reach our town
There has been news of the spread
Homesteaders and livestock
In suffocate dead
Nothing has been spared
The outskirts it has reached
Townsfolk now in convoy
The chirr of parched insect wings –
bible dust preaching
from long abandoned boots.
Baked into the sky,
homesteads linger on the burnt stumps
of exhausted summers.
Dander creaks on dry...