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Sugarcanes Poems

Sugarcanes Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of sugarcanes poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for sugarcanes.

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Premium Member Scarsdale Fair II
Come, my pretty, and comb your hair;
Fun is waiting at Scarsdale Fair!
Leave your seat upon the stair,
And sunny view at the window there.

Let's make the most of the golden days,
As we do of summer's lush bouquets,
And let not the heyday...Read More
Categories: sugarcanes, family, fun, games, happy, joy, nice, sunshine,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Vapor Trail Dreams, From Paper Airplanes
Walking on clouds in the heavenly blue 
In a job that I loved, with a sky view,

Let me travel with a smile on my face. 
I've sojourned afar in aloha's grace.

Every city, every place had a song...
A melody played as...Read More
Categories: sugarcanes, adventure, happiness, introspection, places, sky, , sweet
Form: Couplet
When My Old Friends Said That They Miss Me

When I go back to the Islands
And my old friends said that they miss me
I miss me too,
the old me,
The one who had the futuristic ideas
the girl with
the nappy braids that locks
the girl with the ashy feet,
the one who work...Read More
Categories: sugarcanes, childhood, culture, emotions, memory, mirror, miss you,
Form: Light Verse
My sunny, tropic land, I hear you calling me
From glade to glade from every fruited tree
Where birds feast piping delicious melodies
My sunny tropic land and Flanker's sunny leas

The sugarcanes have tasseled and bright now 
The poinciana blooms, Solomon feeds his...Read More
Categories: sugarcanes, imagination, nature, placesme, me,
Form: Verse
Deja Vu
Déjà vu hit me hard 
One day 
As I sat in
Your arms
Looking into those 
Brown eyes
Nostalgia making me
Like I’ve been 
Here before
Surrounded in your love
Drowning in a 
Familiar smell
Like my 
Great grandmas’
On a cold morning
Our skin touch
And a feeling
Like when...Read More
Categories: sugarcanes, love, nostalgia
Form: I do not know?