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Best Sycamores Poems

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Premium Member Summer Love Sonnet
What's not to love about a summer day?
Kissed by the sun, the warmth of its embrace
To feel the cleanse from sweat at work and play

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Categories: sycamores, appreciation, nature, summer,
Form: Sonnet

Premium Member Pressed Leaves
By chance, I found them, there...
Three pressed leaves, with brittle veins of delicacy
Tucked between the pages 
Of a tattered book of poems
Overlooked and gathering dust,...

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Categories: sycamores, devotion, father, motherautumn, autumn, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Millionaire's Club
Limousines cruised the circle, like vultures of prey,
stopping, ejecting their catch of the day

We watched from a hillside, a vast world away

Through the trees, down...

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Categories: sycamores, culture, happiness, introspection, money,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dreamed September Wishes


The heavens sing in star dust whispers
beneath the moon’s enchanted smile
While hand in hand we slowly wander
past sycamores in autumn style

The breeze is cool this...

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Categories: sycamores, good night,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Victorian House
On a broad street 'neath spreading sycamores sits a stately dwelling.
Its elegance and surrounding grounds are so very compelling.
Gracious gardens and towering pines enhance its...

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Categories: sycamores, house, life,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Birch
Sycamores certainly speak French, cypresses - ancient Greek, the Old Testament's olives are bilingual: they speak Hebrew and Aramaic. Birch is a Russian tree though...

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Categories: sycamores, nature,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Whispering Leaves
Autumn brings leaves in multifarious hues,
Time's flow quickly readies us for winter's blow.
Fun days on our patios will soon turn to blues,
As it takes its...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycamores, nature, seasons,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Ballad Of The Happy Valley Baptist Church
Accordin'  to my totally unbiased and very detailed research,
Jerimiah Flood pastored the Happy Valley Baptist Church.
From the pulpit he flailed his arms as if...

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Categories: sycamores, humorous, religion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Greenbrier River Dreams
The clouds drape low, 
shrugging blue mountain shoulders,
melding with ghostly river mist
ascending in specterous vapor trails
salted with primordial tears.

Between stately mottled sycamores 
and aged medicinal...

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Categories: sycamores, dream, imagery, mountains, places, river,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Midsummer's eve

Midsummer’s eve  

Softly the glow of the twilight is falling
Beneath the moon on a serpentine sky
Creating auras beyond every heartbeat
Whispering down in a mystical...

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Categories: sycamores, good night,
Form: Rhyme
The chestnuts are in full flower and the sycamores are humming with bees,
Meadow grass is knee deep full of flowers, the dog rose climbs up...

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Categories: sycamores, nature,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Wabash River
Oft' my thoughts drift back through the mists of time,
To my childhood and my humble Indiana home,
Those blissful days of youth so carefree and sublime!

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Categories: sycamores, childhood, places
Form: Quatrain
The Country Kind Of Love
In the beginning
There was love,
the countryside kind of loving
where we laid out in an old hammocks
under the shadow of the sycamores tree,
feeling that cool breeze...

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Categories: sycamores, beautiful, culture, dedication, first love,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Hollow Point
The steel gray ocean pounds the shore,
it strikes a somber, morbid chord,
I sit becalmed now, by the roar,
on the porch of weathered boards.

I reminisce on...

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Categories: sycamores, angst, health, loss
Form: Monorhyme
Walking Gingerly in the Woods
Back in those early precocious days
I walked gingerly in the woods
Down in the south where I found out
Life’s beautiful, bad and good.

Out in the cypress...

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Categories: sycamores, nature,
Form: Quatrain

Blond girl on a wheelchair
Eleanor. Motor Neurone her destiny
Purple eyes looking up to the hill terrain
From the shade of her preferred tree

Immobile limbs, travelling dreams

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Categories: sycamores, care, children, creation, dad, daughter, dream,
Form: Dramatic Verse
The air is turning bitter cold,
the sky a darkened gray.
Trees are now devoid of leaves,
the wind's blown them away.

Soon the flakes of snow will fall,

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Categories: sycamores, seasons, winter,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Small Town Nostalgia
Towering sycamores embraced, forming canopies over the streets.
Crime was unknown - (three part-time cops patrolled their beats.)
'Cept for teens in hot-rods who were bent on...

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Categories: sycamores, nostalgiaschool, school, , for teens,
Form: Rhyme
The Crossing
Cresting the rise, a glare in his eyes.
Squinting as sharp shards of sun
reflect off the river.
His gloved hand instinctively shadows his face.

Dust in the wind,...

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Categories: sycamores, cowboy-western,
Form: Cowboy
Bluebells Singing and Ringing
The chestnuts are in full flower while the sycamores are humming with bees,
Meadow grass is knee deep and full of flowers the dog rose climbs...

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Categories: sycamores, nature, may, river,
Form: Prose Poetry
You must remember this, the way the young French waiter
pronounced her name, Sarah Vog-gan
singing "April in Paris, chestnuts in blossom,
This is a feeling, No one...

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© Nola Perez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycamores, farewell,
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Premium Member Night Cloak
Each night sheds its cloak
    morning sun rises
    touching the tree tops
    slow and steady easing...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycamores, autumn, beauty, seasons, winter,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pearley Kirkland 1901-1914
Pearley Kirkland


Riding double one day 

In musty Sycamore Canyon

With Dewey Hicks on “Belle,”

His old cranky mare,

We watched the stubborn ascension

Of the sultry sun,

Through the cloak...

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Categories: sycamores, forgiveness, god, jesus,
Form: Epitaph
Premium Member Oscar-ku 11 -You Can't Take It With You
screwball comedy
Kirbys versus Sycamores-
Pulitzer Prize play

Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved. 
First published 2018 in Hollywood Haiku via

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycamores, community, encouraging, film,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Outside My Window
Outside my window 
 the lemon grass sways in the wind
 and the heart shaped leaves of the winding morning glory
 fold their hearts in...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycamores, change, nature, seasons,
Form: I do not know?