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Best Sunburns Poems

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


Scarlet Sunburns
Sweat droplets race,
salty and excited
running into waves 
there is no shade,
no shade,
only light
beating down upon my face,
I rejoice in the rhymic flow of a cool...

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Categories: sunburns, nature, places, sea, seasons, uplifting
Form: Free verse



leaving August
        Leaving the last days of August
          memories of...

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Categories: sunburns, absence, america, august, autumn, beauty, birthday,
Form: Free verse
When We Were Young
When we were young
Summer stretched
In brilliant splendor
As the last school bell tolled
We spilled forth from
School marm’s arms
And greeted freedom
In the jeweled waters 
of beach and...

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Categories: sunburns, butterfly, youth,
Form: Free verse
Cat Facts
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Categories: sunburns, cat, celebrity, education, flying, food, fun,
Form: Didactic
everyday struggle with a smile of inspiration
ice on my knees
heating pads on my back
splinters in the soles of my feet
cuts and bruises on each arm from shoulder to back hand
blisters on...

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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunburns, inspirational, work,
Form: Free verse



Where I'm From
Where I’m From

I’m from tea parties and tutu’s,
From fingernail painting and Oreo cookies.
I’m from jumping on the trampoline,
And water sprinklers in the front yard.
I’m from...

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Categories: sunburns, familysummer, car, summer, new years day,
Form: Light Verse
Most Random Poem Ever
Hopefully, This will be the most random thing you’ve ever heard
Harder to comprehend - than a left-handed pen
Badly Beating Michael Jackson at badminton

Uh oh, it...

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Categories: sunburns, beautiful, happiness, passion, poetry, silly, smile,
Form: Free verse
The Four Seasons
As I stare into the night,
I admire the star-packed sky.
The bright twinkling stars give out light,
Piercing the darkness for us to see by.

How different it...

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© Rayna Loh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunburns, nature,
Form: Quatrain
Mother's Day Tribute
The joy of Motherhood cannot be measured
Raising a child as a mom is treasured
The skinned knees, the sunburns, the social issues
The runny nose, mom just...

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Categories: sunburns, mothermothers day, mom, child, day, mom,
Form: I do not know?
A Heart Deferred
What happens to a broken heart?

Does it shrivel and shrink like toes under water?
Or blister and break apart—
Like sunburns getting ever hotter?
Does it feel crushed...

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Categories: sunburns, angst, confusion, depression
Form: Personification
Only Eileen
Only Eileen 
Dares to tell me 
How much I weight 
... My self-worth 
In pounds, 
And In pennies; 
In the black market, 
In EBay, 
Wall...

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© Atef Ayadi  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunburns, art, lost love, love, passion, peace,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member MONDAY, MONDAY

Slowly stretching Monday grunts
rubs its eyes, rolls slightly left, farts.
An achy sun shuffles about the room,
shields itself from the mirror’s reflection,
mutters to itself “Clouds! ...

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Categories: sunburns, humor, morning,
Form: Free verse
Two Broken Souls, Part I
As Cole rode across the Dakota prairie,
sweating a bit under the suns harsh bite,
he saw ahead of him a slight woman’s form,
she walked bare-footed, naked,...

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Categories: sunburns, dark, depression, history, hope, pain, recovery
Form: Cowboy
No Title, I Just Wrote What I Felt
I’m sick of needing to choose
Between grass stains and sunburns 
All the kids these days think
It’s cool to drink alcohol and sit
In the back seat...

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Categories: sunburns, absence, anger, children, dad, for teens,
Form: Free verse