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Best Horticultural Poems

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


Premium Member Wild Love
The blackberry's love for the garden rose
Brought down the gardener's wrath.
The blackberry sensed the danger
As he wended the garden path.

" A love so true as...

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Categories: horticultural, garden, love, rose, sweet,
Form: Narrative



Fantastic Flora Masquerade
Creeping creepy creepers, the crawling trellis
jutting out of everywhere
snaking through country and metropolis
twisting turning in floral bliss
but more like snakes that hiss
But in quietude feign...

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Categories: horticultural, abuse, environment, flower, garden,
Form: Personification
Premium Member November Dreams
November dreams of beauty of my garden in springtime,
planning horticultural fancies my garden has never grown.
Dreaming of it in November is easy part of gardening....

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Categories: horticultural, garden,
Form: Sijo
Monet's Garden
I’ve been privileged ‘cause I’ve seen
The paintings of Monet.
One museum near my house
Has many on display.

The gardens of Monet provided
So much inspiration,
His palette came from...

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Categories: horticultural, art, nature, new york,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member HOME SWEET HOME
Heaven is located behind my front door 
orchids of every colour adorn
my lounge; which is my horticultural haven
everywhere you look is blessed with their beauty

So...

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Categories: horticultural, family, flower, home, how i feel,
Form: Acrostic



Baha ok
A synchronised swan chime is very pleasant in a cool breeze but sampling an electric blanket supper is just not that amazing. Nor is it...

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Categories: horticultural, adventure, africa, animal, appreciation, baptism, beauty,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Stalked by August Trees
Every time I change directions
lately, and possibly beforely,
Trees stand by to mentor
and nurture,
to feed with branched hands
to bleed when uprooted
from aptic past centuries
of hibernating winter...

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Categories: horticultural, august, community, food, health, history, river,
Form: Free verse
A SUNNY AUGUST DAY
I have just been confounded by nature on so many counts. I have been commenting on bumblebees not being seen in any quantity over most...

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Categories: horticultural, nature,
Form: Haibun
myth
A myth and a fable can be found on a table. When an old man does look in an ancient book. Dragons and periodic charts...

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Categories: horticultural, anxiety, appreciation, assonance,
Form: I do not know?
In the Dark
Below the stars and silver moon,
Abounds the coruscation of silhouetted curves.
Sinusoidal and voluptuous,
Seismic undulating and venereal.

Your mind synaptically aglow under the light,
Evokes ethereal perspicacity within...

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Categories: horticultural, desire, lonely, moon, stars,
Form: Free verse
bacon sandwich carnage coming
If I a bare fisted foot that a layered leaf once left undisturbed but amongst the rising becomes a glow and fortress is a finger...

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Categories: horticultural, africa, age, america, angel, angst, bangla,
Form: I do not know?