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Best Sunup Poems

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

Premium Member Sunup Seraph

Long, the shadows with morning dew


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Categories: sunup, appreciation, beauty, love, morning, romance, sun,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Where Can I Find YOU
Where can I find you?
Where are you hiding?
I've asked the Stars
they remain silent
I've asked the Moon
night after night
from full moon to crescent and back
she shies...

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Categories: sunup, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Those Crazy Pole Beans
This is a mostly true story!

A few years ago in central Arkansas
I planted a garden among rich fertile soil
Followed seed packet directions as though written...

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Categories: sunup, food, funny, red,
Form: Rhyme
My Father
The first of nine children
He was a head above the rest.
Rugged and strong, he was true to his own.
While the eight went to school,
He had...

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© Nancy Lim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunup, family,
Form: I do not know?
Not My Right To Avenge or Derange
I decline to despair
Although life sometimes gets unfair
It can’t beat the power of devout prayer

On which I forever rely
When temptation makes me cry
But I try...

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Categories: sunup, poems,
Form: Free verse

 There's a chill in the air
 And holidays are near,
 Thanksgiving's just 'round the bend;
 There's a feeling amongst country folks...

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Categories: sunup, culture, food, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ballad of Joyce Hill
  To her family she was coy
  but truly she would be their Joy,
  a country girl from Kingaroy -

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Categories: sunup, eulogy, goodbye, tribute,
Form: Ballad
A Prayer for Family and Friends
To all my friends and family
Gathered ‘round this earth; 
Words cannot contain these thoughts
Of all your love and worth.

From sky to ground and all around

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Categories: sunup, friendship, introspection, life, time, love, time,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Angel Love and Direction
God's most beautiful guardian angels come down,
they descend from the heavens, each one in white gown;
with their spirit, they guide heart, soul, and mind.


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Categories: sunup, angel, love,
Form: Couplet
Neath shimmered strings of starlight’s breeze, crepuscular in night
on trodden soil he lay with slumbered eyes.
Lashed to oak, his chestnut mare in dream just out...

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Categories: sunup,
Form: Light Verse
by Carolyn V. Crawford AKA Rachel Dunkerque

Evalina, Evalina,
Won't you come on and shout!
You didn't come up to Heaven
To sit down and pout.


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Categories: sunup, black african american, funny, stress,
Form: Rhyme
There are many, There are a few
There are many of those with whom you can go to bed,
There are so a few with whom you’d like to wake up,
And in the...

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Categories: sunup, life, love,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Hiding Out At The Rotgut Soloon

Set 'em up barkeep and leave the bottle
I walked in know'n I may not walk out
I done robbed that stage last night
Now that there posse...

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Categories: sunup, cousin, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member March 9th 2014
Soon time's change will be calling,
Its spring forward then fall back.
Shades of night are slowly falling,
Makes my head go clickty clack.

We work and save until...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunup, humor,
Form: Lyric
Vigilante Justice
Gather 'round the campfire, young'uns
Let old Billy here, tell ya how the West was won
Once a time ago,
the West was wild ...
Badlands filled with dangerous...

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Categories: sunup, history, memory, perspective, violence,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member This Poem Really S---S
As of 20-10-2014 this poem had 270 views and zero comments. I have poems with 30 views that have 3-5 comments. Everyone here is too...

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Categories: sunup, angst,
Form: Narrative
The Dark Before Dawn
Is it the darkest, before the dawn?
Or could that old adage be all wrong? 
Decided to find out for myself
It’s four AM, I’ll know before...

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Categories: sunup, on writing and words, urdu, film,
Form: Rubaiyat
Running around getting my 
Exercise, in the 
Coolness of 
Each day
Sunup to 
Sunset I play....

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Categories: sunup, childhood
Form: Acrostic
Those Were Da Days
Workin' fo’ free from cradle ta grave
Laborin' sunup ta sundown e’eryday,
while Missy and Massa sat in da shade
Those were da days

Us darkies knew where our...

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Categories: sunup, nostalgia, perspective, slavery, song, truth,
Form: Narrative
I heard the things you have been saying
I felt it when the city woke up,
as cars have started practice; fouling
the still of morning air and...

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© Jake A.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunup, city, death, desire, dream,
Form: Free verse
Ode on a Green Apple
Shaped like a
polar magnetic field
but more greener
with a stub of a stem
let me see here
your name is
Granny Smith
Crisp and Tangy
4017, Produce of USA
A fine specimen...

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Categories: sunup, food, imagination, social, teen,
Form: Ode
Questions for a Stranger II
Who is your god?
Who is your friend?
I could sit here for eternity
Asking questions like
Who is your lover?

Do you feel the shade of a linden tree...

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Categories: sunup, philosophy, self,
Form: Free verse
The sunup peeping through the silhouette of leaves
Of sturdy trees that spread their branches open wide
Awakes the butterfly on still leaf that believes
In tiny chances...

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Categories: sunup, humanity, nature,
Form: Sonnet
The Outsider
              THE OUTSIDER


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Categories: sunup, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Let Misinterpretation Remain Sparse
Human race, don’t boast on the casualty coast
Frisking, seeking, pricking and nicking the truth
On a continental coast as to your truth you toast
Sending to Coventry...

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Categories: sunup, poems,
Form: Free verse