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Best Sutter Poems

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

Premium Member This Time of Year
The air is fresh, mornings crisp and clear
God I do love this time of year
Vibrant colors abound on the trees
Gracefully falling with the breeze
The workday...

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Categories: sutter, confusion, faith, health, life, on work
Form: Couplet

Doozies and Whozies of the Wild-Wild West! SYNOPSIS (For Deborah's Contest)
Eighteen hundred and three begins U.S. destinies.
Merriwether Lewis and his comrade, William Clark, agrees –
They will go forth, avoid Frenchmen, fighting growling grizzlies.
To find a...

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Categories: sutter, adventure, cowboy-western, history, men, men,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Sacrament City
Not long ago
Say, about 300 years
Two Indigenous tribes
Nearly disappeared
Others came
From year to year
Hunters, trappers
And future peers
John Sutter
A Swiss guy
This city became
The place to...

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Categories: sutter, history, native american, people, placescity, future,
Form: Rhyme
Peyote, 1961
They were there ...
in a jar ...  floating ...
Dark and mysterious.
A shaft of sunlight fell on the table
and into the jar
illuminating Nahautl Pyotl Mexcalli...

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© Sue Mason  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sutter, history, mystery, places, universe,
Form: Bio
On the train
  Each morning I ride the 3 train 
  I sit on sutter ave
   and proceed to wait

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Categories: sutter, life, people, love, morning, people,
Form: Free verse

in our home
we're not alone
tho dad stay stone
he alway phone
he is the house back bone
tho he sutter
he is our

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Categories: sutter, adventure, fantasy,
Form: Light Verse
Sutter and Q 
Make Hannah unreal.
You may not think it's true,
But that's how I feel.
The cutest girl ever
No longer exists.
RIP, Hannah B.
You will be missed....

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© Keri Storm  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sutter, 10th grade, change, friendship, love, youth,
Form: Rhyme