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Browned Poems | Examples of Browned Poetry

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List of Browned Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem A Picture of Winter Curtis Moorman Rhyme browned, beauty, christian, inspirational, snow,
Premium Member Poem Reflections on Thanksgiving John Gondolf Sonnet browned, november, perspective, poverty, thanksgiving,
Emotional Onset Surges Like Tsunami 1st wave matthew harris Dramatic Verse browned, 10th grade, caregiving, daughter,
Premium Member Poem AUTUMN LEAVES JAN ALLISON Couplet browned, autumn, seasons, tree,
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Premium Member Poem NEW TIME SAME PROBLEM STILL PREJUDICE James Edward Lee Sr. Dramatic Monologue browned, anger, angst, anxiety, assonance,
Yeastroll supper Allan Terry Ballad browned, adventure, autumn, business, engagement,
TRY ME Allan Terry Classicism browned, creation, food,
don't leave me baby Allan Terry Chant Royal browned, desire, encouraging, fish, food,
Premium Member Poem Rosh Hashanah ilene bauer Rhyme browned, holiday, jewish,
Premium Member Poem Hidden Treasures charles messina Haiku browned, nature,

toasted kernals of salted, saged brothing's
by Allan Terry
he spoke of hear the pig's heart
they sounded loudly thru the ribs 
his flesh was fresh and would
cause him to wish for silence
"the husk's of...

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Dramatic Monologue | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, art, celebrity, dance, farm,

Hand-Hewn
by David Welch
It was cut down in eighteen hundred seven,
a chestnut tall, stretched half to heaven,
hand-hewn with axes by Georgia pioneers,
to build up a barn for pigs...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, age, appreciation, beauty, endurance,

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Spring's Rebound
by Jeanne Hicks
Something's not right thought Horace Hound
As he sprang from his bed with a harried bound
To rush outside while he grumbled and frowned.
Singing birds made a...

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Monorhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, spring,

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BURLAP and SATIN
by James Edward Lee Sr.
BURLAP and SATIN

Texture fine, woven design
Like harden tree sap
Rough is the burlap!!!
That's at my finger tips
Smooth is soft the satin as silk
The dress rapped around...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, appreciation, beautiful, fashion, feelings,

Skin Color Runs Deep
by Sathya Babu
Let’s face it.
My birth place has left its trace
a fixed stamp on a face called race, 
on this, a surface of brown color I carry
with...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, discrimination,

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MEMORIES OF A COAL FIRE
by Darryl Ashton
MEMORIES OF A COAL FIRE


Those warm, cosy fires of
long ago,
That lovely flickering, 
warming glow.
The dancing flames of 
orange and red,
To toast your toes 'before
heading to...

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Light Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, happy,

A plain man's look at Hamlet and Goethe's Faust
by Julian Scutts
Hamlet's story 
is sad and gory.
From the start the outlook's bad.
The king, i.e. Hamlet's dad,
got bumped off by his loving brother,
who then had the nerve...

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Burlesque | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, corruption, father son, violence,

How to Bake a Savory Pie
by J-Mag Guthrie
Because I want the crust to gently flake,
I cut in frozen butter to make crumbs.
I'll wash the shell with egg before I bake;
you'll note how...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, food, fun, home, work,

Wintry Thrills and Chills
by DM Babbit
Silver eyed blackbirds from above
  and beige browned turtle doves
  stake out the yard searching in need
  between the fallen leaves for...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, animal, winter,

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Roll On Then Small Pebble
by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
Roll On Then Small Pebble

in a pilgrims tattered boot
a guarantee of greater grace
for blood you cause to flow
discarded at the altar
your sacred chore complete
a hallowed...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, history,

Morning Like Evenig
by DM Babbit
Morning like evening gallows
 casts eerie ominous shadows
 slip sliding deep in the hallows
 in along the walkway shallows.;
Inching in an out
 below the overhangs...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, bereavement, earth, environment, hurt,

Hydrangeas
by Chris Green


Two poetic mobiles ~ happy or sad, take your pick 

Weeping hydrangeas spill
sapphire tears falling,
drenching grey scale gardens
suspended, free flowing
a mobile of distractions
on tiny threads...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, happy, sad,

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On the Horizon
by Sunlite Wanter

On the Horizon

My limbs and leaves are trembling
My green days of shade and blue shadow near gone,
For on the near horizon lies
The first cold flail...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, life, metaphor,

Celebrating May Day For Them
by Muzahidul Reza
Lito, a boy of twelve was walking along
An old, broken street of the sun browned, 
Dusts attached, smoke emitting town
Lonely, long way he was passing
Through...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, day, may,

A Degree in Phantasmology
by Chris D. Aechtner

I.

Viewed from beyond its edge, most of the forest appears
to have been erased by a mist-sponge.
The tips of a few cedars seem to float above...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, hope, life, words,

Nature's Way
by Rainbow Promise

Whether Evolution or the Spoken Word,
From time immemorial, seasons revolve
And cosmetic changes take place.
The Creator in an awesome way,
Fashioned this universe of air, land and...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, autumn, beach, butterfly, imagery,

Mayerling, Part 1 of 4
by Michael Coy
(At the remote Mayerling hunting lodge, 
on January 30, 1889, two young people’s 
lives were extinguished.  Crown Prince 
Rudolf, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne,...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, history,

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Don't Ask
by Sara Kendrick
Don't ask lovely Star Magnolia
Nor blueberries' bell blooms
Japanese Magnolia won't tell
Lest quickly seasons assume

Who browned the awesome pink blossoms
Or turned camelia squishy
Was it the brown...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, wind,

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The World Around US
by Terry O'Leary
Awaking blithe each morning,
with eyes upon the World,
I wonder, are we mourning
with ebon flags unfurled –
or are they but a warning,
some draped like snakes and...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, earth, environment, war,

ILL KEEP BOTH COINS
by AC Benford
There is more than one value of a Browned-Coin
and no matter how hard it may be to accept and appreciate their worth
I unlike you
have decided...

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Prose | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: browned, black african american, character,