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Fruit Poems | Examples of Fruit Poetry

Fruit Poems - Examples of all types of fruit poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for fruit.

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Premium Member Disappointing Dirt
Defiant are shards of dirt which particle apart Never to know their neighbouring flakes, Not integrating, no squish of accompanyment Forlorn separates which support not life, nothing Beneath rangy weeds, breeze blows loose granules Shifted without resistance, foreign adjacent land...Read More
Categories: fruit, absence, angst, cheer up,
Form: Free verse



When I Upset the Applecart
They rolled along the dirty road, With apples fresh among the load. They stopped a mile from the mart, As I upset the apple cart, I stood in front as if to stop, Causing all the fruit to drop, Telling where...Read More
Categories: autumn, conflict, fruit, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Johnny Appleseed
Johnny was a lover of God's country who roamed cherished land because he was free. A skilled outdoorsman with backcountry charms, he donned a burlap sack with holes for arms. To wear rugged shoes was quite a blessing, for barefoot...Read More
Categories: adventure, dream, earth, fruit,
Form: Rhyme
The Olive Tree
The greatest of all the trees if pressed would be the olive tree. Surely, created by mother nature. At a place where the Aegean Sea, stretches out to meet the land of Crete. Nature has bestowed upon her a...Read More
Categories: beauty, creation, earth, fruit,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Summer Sundae Color
Milk drip slid pooled lake lick languish Cirus segments slice sour anguish Berries bowl buried, sandwiched Split banana smiles skinless raw Pokes ice topped mountains tongues adore Indulged inhibition, law Melt pulp passionfruit volcano Delish disallows you say no Seed sea syrup sweet...Read More
Categories: blessing, fruit, happiness, seasons,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Autumn Persuasion
Gentle autumn will wear a gown That is the softest shade of brown, And on the earth will settle down To persuade trees to let leaves fall, For some must sacrifice them all, Wherever they stand, short or tall. In...Read More
Categories: autumn, earth, fruit, tree,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member When Life Gives You Lemons
A neighbor got a lovely gift Of lemons, but too much For her to use so, neighborly, She chose to get in touch. She emailed with an offer That her bounty she would share Since even after using some, She still...Read More
Categories: fruit,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member FROM THE TREES FRUITS SALADS-
Grapes on the Mountainside from trees and Vines; Loose apples in the summertime some of the trees; Some falling from sky to the ground; Yummy; Lettuce mix-up chopped up fruits in kind; Florida oranges plump juicy Sunkist; Cool raw...Read More
Categories: analogy, fruit,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pale Orange
I can recall that when I was a child, I was given orange juice watered down, Something I did no enjoy, but endure, The taste, I found, was decidedly mild, Likened not to orange, but to pale brown: As a...Read More
Categories: fruit, age, allusion, child, drink,
Form: Curtal Sonnet
Premium Member Fruit For Thought
Apples were young Adam's favourite fruit, And of course Eve offered him such a beaut: Big and ripe and rosy red, The message was "Come to bed,' The serpent thought the whole thing was a hoot....Read More
Categories: bible, fruit, lust, red,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member of mans first temptation TM
Apple half bitten part satanic example of how gift of iPhone can start love dart! 1st Placement Written 19/12/2020 Sara Kendrick sponsored Trademark Quintain poetry contest 2,4,6,8,2 syllable ababb rhyme...Read More
Categories: fruit, bible, emotions, evil, first
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Orange Blossom
Orange blossom, piquantly-scented white, Traditionally a bride's delight, A glory budding on the trees, Such beauty as one rarely sees, Blossoms displayed in a bridal bouquet, To make all the lovelier her day, The blossom that will precede the fruit, That brims...Read More
Categories: beauty, flower, fruit, tree,
Form: Imagism
Blackberry Haiku
The blackberry bush Staining my fingertips, a Sweetness worth the mess The sun's going down Grab as many one can hold Painted crimson hands...Read More
Categories: fruit, nature, sun, sweet,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Oops
Oops! In our backyard five apple trees abide - harvest of red, yellow, green fruit our pride Bushels of fruit overflow from their baskets - looks like nature this year blew a gasket. Way too many apples for...Read More
Categories: family, food, fruit,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hairy Carrots
The gleaners undirt these profane candy morphs as they sift through the fields in springs and falls. Apiaceous, mud beige burrowed beasties, them bow legged, cowboy pulps; others with flipped birds sprung up from their hairy carrot fists, bronxing...Read More
Categories: family, food, fruit, giving,
Form: Free verse

Specific Types of Fruit Poems

Definition | What is Fruit in Poetry?