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Food Free Verse Poems

These Food Free Verse poems are examples of Free Verse poems about Food. These are the best examples of Free Verse Food poems written by international poets.


Ginger Root by Darlene De Beaulieu
In so many shapes
The ginger roots comes
Bif,small all shapes
Cut in small pieces
Put into a cup
Add the hot water
Then the lemon juice
Followed by honey
Makes a soothing...

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Categories: food, health,

Premium MemberI Knew It Was Something I Did Not Like by Caren Krutsinger
If I wanted to eat liver, I would.
I do not.
If I liked mushrooms, I would buy them, I would
I do not.
My mother-in-law sent me to...

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Categories: 10th grade, 6th grade,



Premium MemberFeel the simple things by Heidi Sands
Focus and feel the warm water of a shower as it touches your skin
Feel the cleansing of a cleanser you may use on your face

Think...

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Categories: appreciation, feelings, time,

rain brings happy and gloomy together by MAHTAB BANGALEE
rain comes rain
rain wets my pain,
wets my dust of gain,
cleans my walking lane,
find I inside a path of sane 

rain comes on empty green fields
cows,...

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Categories: dark, depression, happy, how

Premium MemberHello Dear by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
“Hello dear” , he said as
his wife walked in the door 
He helps her off with
her jacket and leads her
to the dining room table 

On...

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Categories: cute, cute love, hello,

Premium MemberHomeless by Dear Heart
People and animals are helpless on the street of any city,
regarded as worthless, society just passes them by, 
empty and hollow, . . . 
they...

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Categories: poverty,

Deep As It Is Wide by Gregory Golden
there is a place
at
the
edge of 
the 
sacred sky
where
faith lives
deep as it is wide
i
just want to
thank 
you lords
for
putting food
on 
my table
and
for
putting clothes 
on
my back
and
i 
shall not...

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Categories: imagery, imagination, spiritual,

Little Fat Girl by Chantelle Smith
Little Fat Girl

You must not eat all of that!
You will get fat.
See in the mirror, those hips.
Wow girl, you are fat!

Did you wear your hair...

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Categories: body, christian, food, for

Welfare by edward johnson
My Mother didn't want me
She wanted
Free Housing
Free Food 
Free Education
Free Medical
My Mother didn't want me

But I did...

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Categories: africa, america, birth, black

I CALL MYSELF A REBEL by VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER
I sit here in ruin with 
my music,  bass turned 
Up and  BOOMING. Food on the stove
And stewing.  I might be slightly
High...

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Categories: anxiety, destiny,

Summer Holidays by Gwen Schuetz
I think of  the holidays with my parents,
Each summer we would go on holidays together

I remember the beautiful North Bay cottage,
There was an old-fashioned...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, friend, god,

Premium MemberA Muskrat Is On My Porch Today by Caren Krutsinger
A muskrat is on my porch, sneaking around. 
I have caught a glimpse of parts of it, but today I saw it.
In its ugly wholeness....

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

face value by Leah Ollie
Let’s talk about first impressions
Let’s talk about face value 
Because the meaning of face value is, face it, your value is determined by how long...

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Categories: angst, anxiety, beauty, body,

Land Of The Selfie by Earl Schumacker
Send us your snowflakes, your selfies
Send us your huddled masses for sure
Send us your poor to our shores
Bring abortions over our borders
America is the land...

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Categories: change, corruption, dark, discrimination,

Premium MemberCornucopia Consciousness by Chantelle Anne Cooke
Food inculcates instrumental instructions for us to partake in freshness, not spoiled…
Nourishment from nutrition needle-points our physical existence…
What about the hunger of our intellectual minds?
Kaleidoscope...

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Categories: food, philosophy,

Yen in Reverse by Jonathan Smith
Two finger salute
They do a little dance
Gotta wash your hands
Two finger salute
Chew a piece of gum
Freshen up some
Two finger salute
Maladaptive solution
For a funhouse illusion
Two finger...

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Categories: mirror,

Food For Thought by M. L. Kiser
Just because you can’t see it
does it mean no one else can?
Can’t hear or feel it, taste or smell it; 
does that mean it doesn’t...

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Categories: education, humanity, introspection, life,

FOOD FOR THOUGHT by Anisha Dutta
         FOOD FOR THOUGHT

       Staple food for thought caught in brain
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Categories: feelings, how i feel,

Premium MemberMy Love Faded Away by Bobby May
I had kissed her goodnight for the very last time
For in the morning she was gone
She lay in misery until the end
She could not drink,...

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Categories: mother,

Premium MemberCat Without A Hat by Bobby May
If I were a cat
I would sit in your lap
And need you all day long
For a cat is just that
But does not belong in a...

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Categories: cat,