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Farm Prose Poetry Poems

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

if your from the country side
the land is wide
 plenty of logs
mabe bargaring dog

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Categories: adventure,

its  roads
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
its the

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Categories: cheer up,

Pendle's unseen war
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...

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Categories: death, horror, loss, world

First Farewell
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...

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Categories: grandfather,

if it a treat
you eat
food get stuck
you need a buck
to get it quick

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Categories: farm, wine,

Premium Member The Sweetest Human Being She Had Ever Met
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.

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Loving Miss RaggleToots
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...

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Categories: teacher,

Premium Member Our own sentient universe
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...

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Categories: longing,

The Kitten and the Baby Chick
"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."...

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Categories: animal, betrayal, bird, cat,

Stalk of Corn
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


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Categories: allusion, analogy, farm, growth,

Surviving Broken-Hearted Experiences

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Categories: childhood, children, dad, dog,

Billy And Bubba


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Categories: addiction, america, blessing, christian,

Premium Member UnWoven Memories
I grew up and out on a four family-owned,
and cooperatively-organized,
extended matriarchal farm.

Four interdependent 1940s through 1970s patriarchally managed businesses,
without substantial questions about who should wear...

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Categories: culture, family, farm, happiness,

'Can You See'
You relish the polished white rice,
But how many farmers' deaths behind it lies.
You relish the freedom on our streets,
But how many soldiers sacrifice their lives...

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Categories: farm, health, patriotic, political,

Premium Member Making Hay
Make hay while the sun shines.

I grew up as a closeted polypathic nature-mystic
on a marginal, at best, family farm
in Michigan.

This farm was my embryonic home,

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Categories: depression, family, farm, health,

Why, oh why, my mom, Don't see my cry
'O' mom, O' mom..
Am sweet baby,
Thou love the most;
Mom a preceptor and
Play partner of mine;
Cohere me in arms,
Never left alone;
Inspired me in each stage, ...

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Categories: baby, books, children, education,

A Real Real Spicy Kick Three Hundred Fifty Words Form a Hot Chili Pepper
""Entirely you know 
I cannot change 
the whole of the 
World all on my 
own." - 

"Or can I?"  

"I mean whom 
better to...

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© James Long  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: art, fear, fire, first

Pam's Peaceful Place
By Curtis Johnson


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Categories: america, baby, beauty, birth,

Premium Member What I Didn't Know
People, Places, and Things I Didn't Know I Trusted

I rather suddenly, and belatedly,
realized I trust the highest and best use for language,
for every community and...

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Categories: culture, health, love, political,

My Condition

Earlier the snow fell sideways slowly in gigantic flakes
but now their weight is too great; they descend straight down hard.
For her everything is constantly...

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Categories: age, mental illness, mother,