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Food Kimo Poems

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

Holiday Fix
The annual sugar fix is on;
Cookies, cakes and pies galore
And the “alka-seltzer”!

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Categories: celebration, christmas, drink, food,

My Backyard Fruit Stand
 Tiny green baubles appear and will grow.
Tasty sugar pears await,
But, squirrels steal them all!


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Categories: animal, food, garden, nature,

Premium Member POLAR TRAGEDY

polar bears    warm balmy winter victims
arctic food chain collapsing
sea shore ice receding

posted on November 5, 2017

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Categories: animal, nature, planet, sorrow,

Premium Member WHAT WE GAVE
sight awful shudder
media echoing news;
Poverty sad sad

Begging for some
mercy and food to
Rags and filth  ~
children on street;
Is this what we
gave?! STOP!

Rain bullets and
bombs clouding...

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Categories: feelings, inspiration, life, poverty,

Elsa's thought
Humans expectations of life abound
that's why we keep them around
considered food, for thought...

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Categories: humorous, satire,

Premium Member Text Talk
   "Text Talk"

wl mt u @ arpt 2 nt wt whs
smos hs wtng 4 u
wt wz ur flt #?

p/u @ gt ? wn...

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Categories: love,

Frozen Pizza
There are many frozen pizzas to choose.
They’re all in the freezer case.
Which of them will I buy?

This supermarket
has many brands of pizza.
Which do you like...

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Categories: food,

Premium Member Sugar
Sugar, sweet, and everlasting in me
Sticks to my ribs defining
What my body’s made of

Russell Sivey

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Categories: food, life,

Hearth Hung Stockings
Candy coated sugared chocolate treat
Stuffed hearth hung stockings, we dream!
Concern, it's lumps of coal......

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Categories: childhood, fear, food, holiday,

Pleasure in Sin
Sensational seasonal sinful sights,
Sounds and smells taste, talk and think 
Until bloated and parched....

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Categories: confusion, devotion, faith, family,

New Year Money
Pots full of collard greens and blackeyed peas
Are surely Superstition's
Tastiest traditions.

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Categories: family, food, friendship, funny,