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Homesteads Poems - Poems about Homesteads

Homesteads Poems - Examples of all types of poems about homesteads 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 homesteads.
a far way place
...A faraway place I lived in the interior of the Algarve for many years in a converted stable made into a cottage that was smelling of mules when it rained. After the heat of summers, winters wer......Read More
Categories: homesteads, absence, creation, encouraging,
Form: Blank verse

Rural Ghosts
...The chirr of parched insect wings – bible dust preaching from long abandoned boots. Baked into the sky homesteads linger on the burnt stumps of exhausted summers. Dander creaks on dry porch......Read More
Categories: homesteads, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Valleys
... Visions of landscapes, calm venerate tranquil scenes vast plains of bending wheat var......Read More
Categories: homesteads, nature,
Form: Pleiades
Hindu Anarchy Coming To India: Canto I-FARMERS FAREWELL
...A common confrontation between Man and animals From the wild, are pigs roaming farm lands Destroying the crops Of pöor farmers, it’s indeed a Problem in Indian states With forest borders, acu......Read More
Categories: homesteads, betrayal, culture, farm, poems,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Lilacs
...Lilacs Fragrant lilac plumes, Like clusters of butterflies, Usher in the month of May With haunting melodies Whispering from Pan’s flute To dance her May ballet While delicate lavender hued p......Read More
Categories: homesteads, flower,
Form: Free verse

...The Farmland The mid-west of the USA flat plain many farmers tilling rich soil; red barns under a blue sky. The community thrived, cows and horses in the fields the Amis people lived nearby in ......Read More
Categories: homesteads, corruption, dark,
Form: Blank verse
Winding Roads of Chilmark
...Tunnels through ancient Overbearing oaks, Lined by the still standing Stone fences built With sweat and tears By long ago settlers Who dragged rocks and Stones and boulders from The hardscrab......Read More
Categories: homesteads, community, imagery, nature, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Thoughts From My World
...they say your thoughts create your world my third world was birthed when the white storm swept across our homesteads do i get to recreate it by simply thinking of meadows and prairies cryst......Read More
Categories: homesteads, africa, color, corruption, humanity,
Form: Free verse
THE RUIN in a modern English translation
...THE RUIN an Old English poem about fate & destiny modern English translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch well-hewn was this wall-stone, till Wyrdes wrecked it and the Colossus sagged in......Read More
Categories: homesteads, destiny, eulogy, fate, gothic,
Form: Free verse
Teanaway Valley
...An old Point Man phoned, “Do ya think you can do it?. Driving doggies and cows from the flanks of Mt. Stewart?" Fattened on grass for a year they had stayed. “Move a river of horns down to Yaki......Read More
Categories: homesteads, peace, river,
Form: Cowboy Poetry
...Two-ply in roses of yellow and pink, rolls and sings to the touch of fingers on its faintly-scented folds, giving miles of pleasure to soft seats on hard covers all in the name of modern conveni......Read More
Categories: homesteads, discrimination, home, humorous,
Form: Free verse
Chaucer translation: Merciless Beauty
...Merciles Beaute ("Merciless Beauty") by Geoffrey Chaucer loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch Your eyes slay me suddenly; their beauty I cannot sustain, they wound me so, throu......Read More
Categories: homesteads, beauty, heart, relationship, romance,
Form: Roundel
Trees trembling
...Trees trembling, Catastrophic cries, As leaves depart, For other pastures, Dressing down, Reaching moments, And places, We can't, Russling, their language, For no one to hear, The wind, bre......Read More
Categories: homesteads, analogy, appreciation, environment, nature,
Form: Free verse
...who shall rescue me Donkey? Friends I have no advocate on whose shoulder to lean is thirst come my day to reconcile with God for daily burdens no relief tomorrow and ever nothing new my lord ......Read More
Categories: homesteads, abuse, angst, anti bullying,
Form: Didactic
Rural Ghosts
... The chirr of parched insect wings – bible dust preaching from long abandoned boots. Baked into the sky, homesteads linger on the burnt stumps of exhausted summers. Dander creaks o......Read More
Categories: homesteads, poetry,
Form: Blank verse

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