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Farm Pastoral Poems

These Farm Pastoral poems are examples of Pastoral poems about Farm. These are the best examples of Pastoral Farm poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberTwenty-first Century American Pastoral by Gershon Wolf
Stock-still statues
  Bucolic totem-poles
    Munching fly-swatters 
      Lazily grazing ... 

Invisible to driverless cars
...

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Categories: pastoral, animal, car, farm,

Woodlands by Michael McCarthy
Woodlands

I love to delve in deep, dark woods, where light and shadow play,
Competing in a dappled glade, where beech and birch and bay,
Reach skywards as...

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Categories: beauty, earth, environment, tree,



The Robin's Nest by tammy swank
While gathering wood one autumn day
To make a stack beside the stove,
I spied a nest along the way
Of back and forth and to and fro.

November’s...

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Categories: america, bird, nature, seasons,

The Early Milking by tammy swank
A new day begins
As the day before.
The Jersey girls assemble themselves
Into their usual cow chain.
One girl’s head follows another’s tail.
Then head then tail,
All along the...

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Categories: america, animal, farm, food,

The new etiquette of life by Ajala Samuel Akindele
The new etiquette of life;
Working throughout lifetime
Without no gain.
Some go to farm with equipment
Working all year round
Atlast no benefit of working.

Go to village square;
People roam...

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Categories: addiction, africa, anger, conflict,

domestic animals by jan oskar hansen
 Domestic Animals 
  
  Cows in the barn was glad to see me at six in the morning
  They mooed and...

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Categories: animal, love,

Premium MemberYesterday, Today, Tomorrow by E. Pearl Anderson
Yesterday I was a baby on the farm
Precious being held in Mommy’s arms
Yesterday I said I was Daddy’s “kecaw”
And, smiling, I was my mother’s “doll”

Yesterday...

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Categories: life, dog, dog, girl,