Farm Prose Poems
These Farm Prose poems are examples of Prose poems about Farm. These are the best examples of Prose Farm poems written by international poets.
CHICKEN FARMS WITH HOGS Categories: prose, adventure,
if your from the country side
the land is wide
plenty of logs
mabe bargaring dog
FARM WITH HOGS
THE COUNTRY AND FARMS Categories: prose, cheer up,
its can be goal
mabe get a way
there open air day
and hog runing dogs
some paly roll logs
you have a larg barn
A Conversation Categories: funny,
Two mice walk into a bar...
"Hey barkeep (a tomcat), whiskey, neat, and one for my pal." (First mouse - Leo) "Geezy weezy did...
Falling Particles Categories: christian, love hurts, pain,
When a metal tool as simple as a hoe is sharpened, there are several ways ...
Pendle's unseen war Categories: prose, death, horror, loss, world
Tap tap boom… sheep scattered like shrapnel
Brian Dunn’s instant memorial smoke rose
from his peaty wet death hole, roots
lumps of peat and ling fell like...
Snakes And Mr Baines Categories: boy, childhood,
“A snake in the grass”. Such a powerful and direct metaphor of treachery, is it not? We strive to avoid such ones believed to be...
First Farewell Categories: prose, grandfather,
We wrapped a long length of red holy cloth around
his body, slung him between two green bamboo poles,
and carried him to the edge of the...
Before 13 Categories: childhood,
A skinny child
with crooked teeth and hair needing to be kept short
because of her habit of tangling it with her own hands.
TOOTH PICK TEETH AND WHITEMEAT Categories: prose, farm, wine,
if it a treat
food get stuck
you need a buck
to get it quick
TOOTH PICK AND WHITEMEAT...
The Sweetest Human Being She Had Ever Met Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,
He was the sweetest human being she had ever met,
His heart was full of love, and he was ready to bestow it all on her.
Loving Miss RaggleToots Categories: prose, teacher,
She was the best teacher ever born in our county, a tiny woman with a giant adventurous soul.
Miss Fizzle from Magic School bus was probably...
Our own sentient universe Categories: prose, longing,
In a harvesting autumnal evening
We gathered in the field of an old farm
Scattered haystacks all over,
Ripen paddy sprinkled aroma there,
Invigorated with hue and cry...
Heroes Categories: memorial day,
They came in many colors, men and women from farm and city
On foreign soil they fought and died and the citizens cried out "what a...
Tips for Your Pencil Tips Categories: encouraging,
Dear New Poet Friend,
Modern poetry challenges traditional, tired monologues.
My advice; make your writing energetic, eccentric, and eclectic!
Explore exciting words that reinvent the world in new...
Familiar Trappings Categories: introspection,
Fifth dose, same overdose
I've got a nasty habit of gorging on low hanging fruit
It's fruit, right? Gotta be sweet
But these grapes are sour and apples...
The Kitten and the Baby Chick Categories: prose, animal, betrayal, bird, cat,
"Give me a ride across the barnyard," said the baby chick. The baby kitten said, "If I do that, you may peck my brains out."...
Bertha's Coming Home Tonight Categories: character, courage, endurance, environment,
The old ones have all gone now
up those Golden Stairs.
There's hay stacked for the horses in the barn.
They're grubbing up potatoes
and stacking corn stalks high
Stalk of Corn Categories: prose, allusion, analogy, farm, growth,
Oh stalk of corn,
How withered you look now,
Stripped of honour and glory
Oh you stalk!,
have remained standing only
as a provender for stalls and fodder
Surviving Broken-Hearted Experiences Categories: prose, childhood, children, dad, dog,
Categories: prose, addiction, america, blessing, christian,