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Custard Apple Poems - Poems about Custard Apple

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A Poem as a Tribute on Mothers Day Part 1
...I had done to make that footpath clean and green With many saplings of Ashoka, Neem With Gurhar, Guava and Shareefa (Custard apple). 02 Then I remembered the 9th May of my young days, When on a similar hot afternoon I got that terri......Read More
Categories: custard apple, inspirational, mother, mothers day,
Form: Free verse



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...ld guava tree Still bearing fruits; Sixty years old now ~~~~~~~~~ Old aunt's house Porch with fruit trees; Custard apple delights ~~~~~~~~~ Grandmother calls Two pungent durians; Holiday treat ~~~~~~~~~ Waitin......Read More
Categories: custard apple, blessing, , memorial,
Form: Haiku
Indelible
...away Something the same night and day Something smooth as otaheite apple juice Tart as pineapple and sweet It is my custard apple memory A tropic fire in my bones A writing I can't rub out Indelible thoughts of you Like cock crow cl......Read More
Categories: custard apple, hopelonging, love,
Form: Free verse
PJ
...Some where in the world There is a tree A custard apple tree Do you remember And do you wait there still? Do you sit and stare And spin in your swing Benea......Read More
Categories: custard apple, love, nostalgialonging, longing,
Form: Free verse
Enchantress (Let me chisel talk you) (Part One)
...ch. Rare dish blowing away marooned peace, You could be sugar squeezed, grape fruited. O! passion fruit, you juicy custard apple pie. You could be cut-boiled, butter sliced, Chilled garnish-relished, edible delight; You high calorie......Read More
Categories: custard apple, lifelost, fear, lost,
Form: Free verse



The Chocolate Tree
...es north or south of the equator.* The oblong knobbly pod is not particularly attractive , it looks a bit like a custard apple and grows directly out from the trees' trunk . The sound of drums reverberating through the lush, hum......Read More
Categories: custard apple, food, history, nature, on
Form: Rhyme