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Hickories Poems - Poems about Hickories

Hickories Poems - Examples of all types of poems about hickories 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 hickories.

Premium Member Gaia Embraces the Elements
...Gaia embraces the root network of the world’s fleshiest trees sand, stone, clay and black dirt swirl around her ancient core gemstones of emerald, opal and topaz lie dormant oceans figure out a pl......Read More
Categories: hickories, earth,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Flowers and Trees
...Marigolds with your ruffled edges and your prissy girly ways, You uplift me on my most almost horrific downward days. Lilacs fragrances wafting about in every one of my Mays, You make me proud wit......Read More
Categories: hickories, flower, tree,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Private Nirvana
...Oaks, sycamores and hickories greet me in my favorite woods. I walk through dappled sunlight, taking my jacket off as I walk. Down the familiar dirt path, I reach my favorite relaxation spot. A ti......Read More
Categories: hickories, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Manhattan Manahatta Memories
...Upon my asking a lone Lenape what happened to their tribal home; so soulful that he barely told me the tragic tale of how it had gone. The white man thought he coyly took it a thing that he ca......Read More
Categories: hickories, earth, lost, memory, native
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lightning Takes the Forest
...A flash of light In the woods Quick popping noise Streak across the sky Stars brighten and glisten against dark of night as two lightning bolts strike Animals take cover Under fallen oak......Read More
Categories: hickories, weather,
Form: Free verse

...Thirty years ago, multi-floral rose and fruit laden wild berry bushes could be found in abundance everywhere around here. Native grasses provided shelter to the ground nesters and the warm su......Read More
Categories: hickories, anger, how i feel,
Form: Prose
...The verdant leaves of the cherry trees rustle as a wagon loaded with corn rides deeper into the wide ruts of a rustic road, hungry ruminants wallow by a limpid lake; cheerful kids wave and w......Read More
Categories: hickories, music, nature, peace, places,
Form: Pastoral
...Tepid breeze, lull me to sleep on this grass softer than hay; all the aches make my brittle bones weak, they need rest, not asking my body to wander away... And if I fall asleep, I would lik......Read More
Categories: hickories, inspirational, music, nature, peace,
Form: Quatrain
...Night is not like day, when my body is groggy and I get tired, but sleep doesn't come suddenly... Even when the macabre darkness reigns, I seek the hidden moon among the hickories, to make m......Read More
Categories: hickories, music, mystery, nature, sea,
Form: Terza Rima