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Short Farmers Poems

Short Farmers Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Farmers by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Farmers by length and keyword.

A Farmers Haiku
Morning rooster calls
Daylight breaks the horizon
Time for work lets go

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Categories: farmers, farm,
Form: Haiku

A farm scene
Joyful old farmers

Singing fanfares of harvest,

Before Amber drops.

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Categories: farmers, beautiful, beauty, farm,
Form: Haiku
Farmers sound alarm
Red scourge over English farms
Nieuports keep from harm

By Robb A. Kopp

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Categories: farmers, adventure, history
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Last Hurrah
pilfering raccoons
raiding cornfields and orchards
laughing at farmers
Indian summer picnicking
Last hurrah before winter...

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Categories: farmers, autumn,
Form: Tanka
Tweetable twitter haiku
Twitter obsession
Presidents to pig farmers
Alternative facts

Written on 13th March 2017

Entry to "tweetable" contest

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Categories: farmers, fun, funny, humor, humorous, internet, poetry, social,
Form: Haiku

Their Cupped-Hands
The bounty of sweet rain
Brings joyful tears
Through the cupped-hands
Of the heartland farmers
Lord, we sing out,
In your sweet name...

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Categories: farmers, inspirationalsweet, sweet,
Form: Free verse
The Rain

                  The sound of drum reverberates sky
                  Poor farmers pray for rain
                  The Heaven answers...

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Categories: farmers, rain,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Daylight Savings Time
Daylight savings time was for farmers
But its demise is now on the brink
Whether to keep it or let it go
I wonder what Big Ben workers think?

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© PAT Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: farmers, analogy, humorous, jobs,
Form: Quatrain

Suburban farmers till the ground
With rotor-blades that spin around
Slicing clods in two.
Suburban Eden, lost—then found
Every Spring, anew.

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© Steve Eng  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: farmers, nature
Form: Verse
Rain Or Fear
Day  goes dark
Cloud rumbles
Men panic

Stormy wind
Moving fast
Sea rises

Rain falling
Flowers bloom
Farmers till .

CONTEST:"Ellip" sponsored by ....Gigno...

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Categories: farmers, nature,
Form: Haiku
Fat, oblong, rotund, roly poly
elongated, flawed, stubby,
dented, dusty, malformed
oranges globes - scattered
helter skelter - in rows
of farmers' fields......

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Categories: farmers, seasons
Form: I do not know?
Lady Godiva

Coventry's Lady Godiva goes 
side saddle, naked from head to toes; 
her blonde hair down to there, 
and her bottom all bare, 
'cause farmers pay taxes through the nose....

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© John Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: farmers, history,
Form: Limerick
The Psychics
They want you to know at all costs
if and when you will have sunshine or frost
psychic farmers
overall charmers
Farmers Almanac wrote in their haylofts. 


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Categories: farmers, humor, weather,
Form: Limerick
Farmers Market
Trump says, "Trade Wars are easy to win!"
To be sure, Trump will tweet that again
So far Trump has lost
And can't count the cost
But you will when the grandkids move in!...

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Categories: farmers, business, farm, grandchild, international, money, political, war,
Form: Limerick
The Devil's Rooster

	Basel put on trial
	Rooster lays the devil’s egg.
	Danger averted,
	Burned at the stake like martyr.
	Swiss farmers can rest easy.


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Categories: farmers, funny, truth,
Form: Tanka
"Falling!" said the Star
"Oh wee!" sang the birds
"Despised!" cursed farmers
"By God!" screamed the children

and the rest of humanity moved along
just fine

:: 03.11.2020 ::...

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Categories: farmers, life, mystery, world,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Haiku October

                            october hayride
                            the hemp farmers wife offers
                            freshly baked brownies

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Categories: farmers, autumn, october,
Form: Haiku
In Defense of Objective Reality
There is a blue chicken.

(Expert farmers have attested to it being blue).

Fifteen people say it is blue.

Twenty-one people say it is white.

Does that make the chicken white?


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© Barry Levy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: farmers, riddle,
Form: Narrative
The Young Farmer
He plows his harrowed fields—visions grand!
Lushly, planned, large yeilds;
Bugs frantically seeking shields
As farmers plant the hayfields.

Ó November 15, 2011
Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen

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Categories: farmers, people, work,
Form: Englyn
harvest moon
in september month
northern hemisphere is lit
by the harvest moon

full corn moon over
horizon,after sunset
is watchful delight

harvest moon is here
to add a lil more light for
the farmers to reap...

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Categories: farmers, autumn,
Form: Haiku
Of all the poets that ever wrote
Of all the poets that ever wrote
Of all the lovers who ever read
No poem penned did any quote
Like that which farmers too said:
“I love you” soldiers died for this
And God for it a cross could not resist.

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Categories: farmers, poems,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Rain At Last
from the sky
down to the ground,
puddles forming where it's falling,
water gushing from gutters overflowing,
farmers celebrating as the drought finally breaks and the precious crops are saved....

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: farmers, anxiety, celebration, earth, rain, sky,
Form: Fibonacci
My own proverb
My own proverb.... "The nature’s tears will make our farmers happy but our farmers tears will make our country unhappy". Ravi Sathasivam / Sri Lanka All rights are reserved @2016 Ravi Sathasivam

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Categories: farmers, philosophy,
Form: Haiku
Crystal Pellets
Crystal pellets fell one day,
on a city built by men,
They all complained,
that it had rained,
and spoiled their plans again.

Far off in a distant land,
hungry farmers knelt and prayed,
"Lord, give us rain."

(copyright 10/30/15)...

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Categories: farmers, appreciation, blessing,
Form: Lyric
My lovely Cumbria
Dry stone walls
And rambling lanes
Fell ponies with six foot manes 
Farmers at the market with sheep  to sell
Snow in the winter blocking shap fell
Wellies in the kitchen 
Straw in the hall
Not forgetting the barometer on the wall.

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Categories: farmers, home,
Form: Cowboy