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Short Sunblock Poems

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

tropical coconut smell
it's sunblock season...

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© Reese A.C.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunblock, beach, summer, sunshine,
Form: Haiku

Inspired by Brian's Poem Writer's Block
Writer's Block--Bad

Is there a cream for writer's block?...

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Categories: sunblock, funny
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member 10 Trillion sunblock

                 No UV today 
       Plagues of ravenous locusts 
              Blot out solar rays
By David Kavanagh...

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Categories: sunblock, allusion, insect, life, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Tanned
Sunbathing martyrs
Bask in the inclination
Of August sunlight---
Alms of sunrays penetrate
Extinguishing the sunblock.

© Harry J Horsman  2011


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Categories: sunblock, nature, people,
Form: Tanka
Summers sun
sizzling rays;
so splendidly
sending us summers sensational tan.

Sunbathers swallow in the sweet sunshine;
shorts, sandals, shades,
sunblock, and 

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Categories: sunblock, seasons
Form: Tetractys

Premium Member 8th April 2024

            location certain 
         trajectory computed
        nature’s own sunblock 

David Kavanagh

Total solar eclipse across America 
hope to witness one in my lifetime....

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Categories: sunblock, future, moon, sun,
Form: Haiku

Closing down sales in fur-coat shops
Polar bears amble past Madison Avenue bus
Miami people swim to work

Fry bacon free on sidewalks and building-tops
Rush for sunblock of  4000-plus  
Ice-cream for dessert?  That’s a perk

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Categories: sunblock, science,
Form: Verse
Premium Member SUMMERTIME-
picnics summertime
an excited hot dogs fun
by the lemonade 

eating cold melons
fam gathering in the shade
chasing ice cream truck

lovely summertime
at the park feeding the ducks
sitting at the lake

picnic at the park
covered laver in sunblock
hot now summertime

WRITTEN WORDS BY James Edward Lee Sr. 2020©...

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Categories: sunblock, analogy, summer,
Form: Haiku
Summer Cooking --- Well Done
Summer cooking on the beach,
Slap the sunblock where I can’t reach,
Baking in this broiling sun,
Ever since the day begun.

I’m roasting alive can’t you tell?
Touch my skin and I’ll scream like hell!
This is more than an alarming tan,
Someone said I’m a lobster man.

Sitting here I continue to broil,
Want some popcorn, just add some oil,
I’m finished now, I’m well done,
Cooking here in the summer sun.


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Categories: sunblock, beach, sun,
Form: Rhyme

Some folks’ say all my life I’ve been a BLOCKHEAD.
Maybe if I could have gotten through that last ROADBLOCK,
news of my incarceration wouldn’t be such a family BLOCKBUSTER.
So here I sit all alone in my CELL BLOCK.
I’m suffering a bad case of WRITERS BLOCK,
without a clue the path my mind should take to UNBLOCK.
By the time I get out of here, I’ll need 100 spf SUNBLOCK.

For the BLOCK-BLOCK-BLOCK contest.

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Categories: sunblock, funny, life,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Red Faced Moon
                      Red Faced Moon

What have we done to make the moon blush?
Thrown accolades and love poems,
blamed her for the awakening of the vampires,
the werewolf’s bad hair day.

Perhaps Mars has whispered something,
a sensuous and tempting invite,
a clandestine rendezvous behind Earth’s shadow
to watch the sun rise.

Maybe, just this once,
she stayed too long in the sun,
forgot her sunblock,
had one too many cerveza.

John G. Lawless

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Categories: sunblock, moon,
Form: Verse
I wish you'd call me pretty
When you're not trying to scare me

I wish i had a sunburn
to be soothed by a cold moon

I wish I'd get asked questions
From people with no answers

I wish I could just float away
Without a "be back soon"

Because nothing's ever open ended
In hallways of closed doors
I'm on an elevator going sideways
On the second floor

Bathing in beige carpet
My mascara tastes so sweet
The smell of sunblock clogs my pores 
Everything's left incomplete...

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Categories: sunblock, 11th grade, confusion, depression, loneliness, lost, mother,
Form: Rhyme