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Best Sunstroke Poems

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


Sunstroke
Eyelids  heavy with memories 
Cover lights and shadows of a hospital in ruins. 
A baby with grown-up fingers 
Reads the past in Braille 
Barely...

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Categories: sunstroke, imagination, lifelove,
Form: Free verse



SUNSTROKE calefaction
YOU ARE MY SULTRY SUMMER
HOT, STICKY, STEAMY
WET WITH ANTICIPATION
AT THE VERY THOUGHT OF YOU
I AM EBULLIENT
FROM THIS OPPRESSION
SCORCHING IN THE HEAT
OF YOUR YELLOW GLOW
THIS TORRID...

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Categories: sunstroke, crush, love, lust, summer,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Going Camping....Not
This year for a vacation
Camping we did go.
It didn't have my vote,
I was outnumbered, wouldn't  you know.

Camping is relaxing
And fun at any age.
Trying to...

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Categories: sunstroke, adventureme,
Form: Couplet
Candy Coated Wreck
Paperless dolls and run-less runs –
Roller coaster rides and fun-less fun.
Hopscotch and blisters; banana-seat bikes –
Hand games and shout-backs too.

Quiet-less walks at 3:00 in the...

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Categories: sunstroke, childhood, life, social
Form: Free verse
smoke stacks
smoke stacks
burning black smoke again –
sunstroke

12/28/1016
...

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Categories: sunstroke, earth, health, weather,
Form: Haiku



Closure.
Suddenly, I would give anything to be near you.
I would buy back our old house, broken down, dilapidated.
Loquat trees and rainbows removed.
Hammocks and honeysuckle given...

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Categories: sunstroke, loss, love, mother, nostalgia, places, time,
Form: Free verse
new sonnet
Sonnet. (Attempt)

Another day has gone and I’m old, like the day
To last long as possible, night holds no mystery.
The land needs rain, but clouds have...

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Categories: sunstroke, fantasy, food, satire,
Form: Sonnet
heated

windblown maple trees
buttressing my humid days--
sunstroke in noontime
...

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© Rora Onna  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunstroke, nature,
Form: Senryu
PERHAPS
A thought starts a fire
loosening the lips.
I want to scream.

Between dreams and stars
a sky hung with
inverted moon.

The desire springs a scythe
but cannot cut a
jellyfish of...

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Categories: sunstroke, art
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member A Pie Rhyme
the moons cause tides the stars cause yawning
the midday sun can cause sunstroke 
a nasa staffer thought before he
passed out on miami beach

In modern Russian...

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Categories: sunstroke, humor,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member I Dream of Being Wrong
I Dream of Being Wrong!

It's so frustrating, God but it seems that it's true 
What I see in my heart it's Your pleasure to do!
Still,...

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Categories: sunstroke, humor, political,
Form: Rhyme