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Best Huckleberry Poems

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

Premium Member Huckleberry Pie
      This has got to be the best pie in the world..
It is a meat eaters pie,abounding with tart flavor

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Categories: huckleberry, food
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Huckleberry Jam
Spread it on toast,
slather it on an English muffin.
Use it in your milkshake,
to make a smoothie,
top off a sundae or
crown a banana split.

Drop a dollop...

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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huckleberry, food, sweet,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I'm Huck
I’m Huck, and my last name is Finn.
On the great Mississippi I’ve been
playing hooky from school
‘cause there ain’t any rule
that can keep Huckleberry caged in.


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Categories: huckleberry, books,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Montana Magic
Summer, Montana - I was twenty-one
Cloaked in gray thoughts, far vision concealed
Until I walked beneath your healing sun
Your magical, lush mountains revealed

In trees, symphonies of...

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Categories: huckleberry, magic, mountains, nature, remember, romantic love,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Back Then (Prime)
       Wood stove

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Categories: huckleberry, childhood, education
Form: Light Verse

Magical Journey
Are you ready for a truly magical journey?
Pick up a book and dive into a magical world, where anything is possible.
In a book, you can...

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Categories: huckleberry, books, imagination, magic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The World Without the Self
Between conjecture and classification there is
observation, experiment, data (collection and analysis),
statistics, calculus, and a good guess
about God's intentions - probabilities, fractals, chaos and complexity.
This is...

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Categories: huckleberry, betrayal, fear, god, pain, philosophy, self,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Dinner For Two

  On a blustery winter night my loved one comes to dine.
The table is set for two in front of a cheerful fire and...

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Categories: huckleberry, food, love,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Daddy Had Girls
August sun,
Leaves smell of heat,
You can hear the holly hocks turn to seed.
The pile of trimmed twigs snap as they dry.

Sister paints the cross pieces

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Categories: huckleberry, adventure, childhood, family, father,
Form: Free verse
Conditions were harsh out in Kansas,
For the children and Sarah and Paul.
Neighbors and friends packed up and were gone;
Headed west they could hear fortune's call.

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Categories: huckleberry, adventure, america, love,
Form: Rhyme
The Deep South
The deep South has a lot of swamp creatures. The South's got alligators, some frogs, live catfish, bugs (flies, e.g.), and stuff. These here parts...

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Categories: huckleberry, nature, on writing and words,
Form: Epic
Premium Member A Doc Holiday Classic
The loudmouth cowboy was challenged by an inebriated Doc Holiday.
"Draw your weapon sir," slurred the doc, "I'm your huckleberry."
"You're drunk as a skunk," said the...

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Categories: huckleberry, history,
Form: Rhyme
A Little Towns Secret Part 1 True Story
     This is how it all started. My brother and me were watching Larry
King on CNN. It was his talk show....

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Categories: huckleberry, dark, missing, mystery, night, sky, wisdom,
Form: Narrative
Can I ever return
Reborn, a Christian fallacy
dreams that have haunted me
left handed, what a shame
someone has to bear the blame

a teddy bear that never speaks
guards the child from...

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© Bob shank  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huckleberry, childhood, imagination, life,
Form: Free verse
Timothy rarely laughed but had a certain wicked grin,
not that grin when one smiles too widely:
his untrustworthy looks were very scary:
why couldn't he act like...

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Categories: huckleberry, character, dark, emotions, fear, image, ,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My FAvorite Food For Chrstmas


     Huckleberry Pie

With each delicious bite we are reminded of the effort made to
pick, clean...

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Categories: huckleberry, family, food,
Form: Verse
Moon River

Moon River …

you once held my Huckleberry friend,

the two of us ... after the same rainbow’s end

in your timeless rhythm

as I pushed him...

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© don munro  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huckleberry, childhood, love, me,
Form: Narrative
Fruit Salad Fusion
F- For being faithful like a forbidden fruit truthful
R- Ruler of fruit so passionately about his love bite 
U- Understatement how she layered her 

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Categories: huckleberry, destiny, funny, imagery, imagination, romantic, science,
Form: Romanticism
The word, 'word', is more than just a mere word. 
"The play of words is absolutely beautiful." They say,
but little do they know that the...

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Categories: huckleberry, books, word play, words, universe,
Form: Free verse
A Cowboys Prayer of Thanks
As I ride this open range I’d like to thank the Honcho in the sky,
For bushwhack beans and jerky with a wedge of Huckleberry pie.


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© Tony Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huckleberry, funny, me, thank you, me, thank
Form: Light Verse
found and lost
schizo psychotic alterego
mirror image but much free
unhurried, carefree & ready to let go

stains on your cheeks!
did you ever cry?
the rope is too short

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Categories: huckleberry, angst, depression
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Books From My Childhood
Reading by the light of a flashlight
With the covers pulled over my head
Captain Nemo battled an octopus
Robinson Crusoe was thought to be dead

Gulliver went on...

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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huckleberry, childhood,
Form: Rhyme
Winter memories
Winter memories that are still so vivid and bright
Those endless days playing with your mates
Snow falling when it should do, kids shouting and screaming
"It's snowing"...

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Categories: huckleberry, childhood, friend, snow, winter, mum,
Form: Free verse
When I was a kid, my hero was Huckleberry Finn, 
his outlook, and conditions under which he lived, 
especially his feelings about school, 
I just...

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Categories: huckleberry, adventure, funny, life, peoplehero,
Form: Free verse
BONSAI: the greening Oriental art

You Texas Cuspidata!
Not you, and not a curse:
Taxus cuspidata, for Japanese Yew!

So, don’t confuse a plant with the Ibex
Ilex serrata – that’s Christmas Holly
Or Japanese...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huckleberry, art, flower, garden, humor, language, nature,
Form: Didactic