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Food Rhyme Poems

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

Premium Member That Was Then, This Is Now
I love hearing stories,
stories from my grandparents.
They love to tell stories,
stories from many years ago.
Grandma tells about bread,
when black showed up they would cut if off.

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Categories: rhyme, blue, child, food, grandparents,

Premium Member daisy strawberry cake
I am going to put these daisies right into the icing she said
I thought she had injured her dendrites inside her sweet head
Also pushing in...

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Categories: food,

Try mumbo jumbo chicken gumbo soup saith dumbo
Try mumbo jumbo chicken gumbo soup saith dumbo

Yours truly an unfortunate hostage
within *****sapien zoo
presenting poetic hodge podge 
and mish mash to you
looking for unwitting...

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Categories: america, appreciation, april, food,

Premium Member Remind God Of You By Loving And Remembering The Love God Put In You
 Will you please remind "God"Of "God's Love by "Loving"! The love that God put "In You"should "Remind You"? God "PUT LOVE IN YOU"! He...

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Categories: rhyme, 10th grade, 1st grade,

Bozo the clown is ready to begin,
in Cuba, Fidel Castro starts his reign.
Buddy Holly meets a horrible end,
Charles de Gaulle is back on top again.

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Categories: poetry,

Premium Member A time to reflect - Is The True Writer Gone
"A Writer must Feel The Words So The Reader Can Feel The Words. By Poet"

Have you heard about this new thing,
this new thing called AI.

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Categories: rhyme, friend, poetry, poets, writing,

Premium Member Kipling in Kanha national park
man cub Mowgli was to life once more,
in our boyish pranks in Kanha Park,
revived memories of Kipling’s lore,
from early dawn until moonless dark.

that joyous kid...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

No Brave New World

  In the meta-versed binaural wish song beats, 
skid row streets of the bottomless pits of Metropolis/ Thebes, 
you are quardoned off and printed...

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Categories: art,

Premium Member I Saw God But Now What
Did you ever look up to the big bright blue sky,
I did and I saw the blue eyes of God.
I know He is watching over...

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Categories: rhyme, blue, joy, rain, sky,

Premium Member SUSHI LOVE
Permit me now this slight confession…
for years about sushi I’ve had the wrong impression.

I thought all sushi was spicy…I’ve thought this since I was young…

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Categories: food,

Premium Member Need

I used to live in a world of need
A dreadful scary place indeed
Needing something God won't give
Yet needing a wicked miracle to live
No food was...

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Categories: addiction, christian,

Great-Grandma's Table
They sit around the table
     and a few will shed a tear
Thinking about the kinfolk
     who are...

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Categories: life,

Shun the bait while there is time 
Not all moments are made to rhyme
There is greatness in rising after fall 
But, sometimes, better to shun...

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Categories: wisdom,

Premium Member Pika
Black is the color of the ground
Which encircles the placid lake.
Volcanic cinders now surround
Desolate earth formed by raging quake.

Large rocks, silhouettes on the shore,
Provide shelter...

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Categories: animal, environment, places,

Premium Member Write
Quote By Poet "A pen must write because they love to write." 

My imagination and creativity,
is spewing ink all over the desk.
Here I sit waiting...

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Categories: rhyme, imagination, words, write, writing,

Book: Shattered Sighs