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Feverfew Poems - Poems about Feverfew

Feverfew Poems - Examples of all types of poems about feverfew to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for feverfew.

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Premium Member FLORAL GOLD OF SHADES
...s gloriosa daisies Alluring yellow columbine Coquettish gerbera daisies Provocative flutterbye roses Sultry golden feverfew Sweet carolina jessamine Bewitching black eyed susans Tentalizing gold nuggets Darling flannelbush Amazonl......Read More
Categories: feverfew, flower, freedom, garden, nature,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Fall of Beauty
...s And dispel the reluctant morning dew On which little birds slake their thirst, it seems, From nibbling on seeds of feverfew Or bathe busily in a land that gleams As withered leaves drift in deep piles of gold Shielding the earth f......Read More
Categories: feverfew, beautiful, bird, creation, earth,
Form: Ottava rima
Premium Member Finally Palatable
...Beautiful feverfew, chamomile’s tall and lacy cousin. Magical pain relieving herb makes, a bitter tasting tea. Honey and lemon m......Read More
Categories: feverfew, garden, nature, poems, poetry,
Form: Sijo
Premium Member A SEASONED SONG recited
...t basil at bay, hark! these sage words I say my evening primrose, see my ardour grows aside the mistletoe. Such is this feverfew in my lovage for you Listen to me read this poem on youtube under the name ichthyschiro......Read More
Categories: feverfew, nature,
Form: Verse
Premium Member A seasoned song
...at bay, hark! these sage words I say my evening primrose, see my ardour grows aside the mistletoe. Such is this feverfew in my lovage for you May 3 2011......Read More
Categories: feverfew, food, health, nature
Form: Sonnet



Premium Member ANGEL EYES
...Sticthchwort,speedwell,celandine Sprinkled in the dew Jostle in the rain,with feverfew- Cowslips ,delicate as lace Evidence God's grace......Read More
Categories: feverfew, nature
Form: Tanka
FAILURE
...Sound of footfalls was drawing near; the tiger has been set free. In the wild landscape you need some feverfew. Death was constantly stalking to trade off the dolls in lieu of sameness of the stones. The shifting sand......Read More
Categories: feverfew, adventure, allegory, angst, animals,
Form: I do not know?