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Best Sunbathes Poems

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


Premium Member Where Mother Nature Sunbathes
Mother Nature stretches across a floor

wearing stones and beads of sand. Placidly

she warms herself beneath the sun where shore

meets the shining waters of azure sea,

and...

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Categories: sunbathes, nature,
Form: Quintain (Sicilian)



Premium Member Rudolph Clerihew
Rudolph Clerihew

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Lights up Santa’s path to steer.
For his nose to last through the night,
He sunbathes to charge up his light!


© Sandra M....

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Categories: sunbathes, christmas, funny,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member seal watch

azure blue ocean
grey seal sunbathes on dark rocks 
picture perfect scene

I witnessed this scene this morning when we were doing a recce for a walk...

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Categories: sunbathes, animal, nature, sea,
Form: Haiku
Interesting is a carbon wheel
An elephant can slide quite easily into an egg box but a piccolo finds it very difficult to get in and out of bed. Missionary...

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Categories: sunbathes, america, arabic, beach, beautiful, blessing,
Form: I do not know?
wrongly spelt german one
Vass Mack doo im denn lederhosen? Vass Mack doo im den bett? So feeler loiter imm denn arbent. Frei frei drey. Skipping in a motorway...

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Categories: sunbathes, anniversary, body,
Form: I do not know?



Premium Member SIZZLING SUMMER


Scintillating sun shines so sister Susie sunbathes seductively - sans swimsuit!

Tautogram Poems Poetry Contest
Sponsored By Eve Roper

10/23/19 
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Categories: sunbathes, summer, sunshine,
Form: Alliteration
Haiku
    sweaty candy frog 
    sunbathes on popsicle stick
    clings to cotton blouse


For contest Haiku, sponsor...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunbathes, summer,
Form: Haiku
The Rose and The Daffodil - for Food For Thought Contest
Foreword: on 30 December 2018 one last straggling rose remained in my garden. Below it a daffodil flower was just splitting, ready to open. Now...

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Categories: sunbathes, daffodils, environment, rose,
Form: Rhyme