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Tubers Poems - Poems about Tubers

Tubers Poems - Examples of all types of poems about tubers to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for tubers.
Fresh From The Farm
...Fresh from the farm field Corn, mangoes, yam and tubers Yield at my table.......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, blessing, engagement, farm, perspective,
Form: Haiku

Premium Member I AM POTATO
... I have a skin, brown tan melolin Inside of me is water, energy I have nodes from which buds are formed I am shapeN like a football, a peanut, a fat lumpy carrot I may develop sprouting, buds,......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, analogy, appreciation, character, metaphor,
Form: Free verse
...See the tubers forming sun kissed they harken see the flowers in the garden petals displaying fortitude, they are all forming a wonderous fulfilment ......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, allusion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ploughing
...The field had stood barren these last few years waiting for the farmer who scratched his head visualising crops with which he could plant corn tall yellow gently rustling in the breeze he mulle......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, farm,
Form: Free verse
...Dad is out back, speaking to his swedes and turnips. He only grows tubers, root vegetables, that I sullenly refuse to eat. There is one flower a Passionflower, 'Passiflora Incarnate' that c......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Christmas Flowering
... An old kitchen dresser stood against a wall in the shed. Its drawers were full of things that kept a small boy occupied for hours. Retired kitchen gadgets, tools, balls of string and a tr......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, christmas, flower, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What Lies Beneath
...What lies beneath the nuptial necropolis? Sun-glints of memory, warm rays of kinder days, tranquil as the soil-sleepers before they broke the coffin confines and howled free. What lies beneath ......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, abuse, dark, husband, marriage,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member August
...Ailing in this unending simmering incineration, Undulation and swelter of sun-violated wheat, Gasping for air and sucking in heat...Vertiginous visions visit me Under a stinging sky: days heat-gla......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, august,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member A Natural High
...Some folks take it for granted but nature is ecstasy unbound; a promenade among the tubers, amongst the pines, inspiring! ......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, appreciation, earth, nature, poems,
Form: Free verse
...Enamel finger-smeared thick with butter Yellow onions, yellow butter, floured and browned Just add cream From roux to dream Now spice to glue that hold my world together The team assembles for......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, food,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Waking Up
...As I wake up in the Stone Age My first feeling is relief Gone are all the troubles that I had I know that I won't last too long When my medication stops May not make the end of life too bad F......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, community,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member A Healthy Old Hooter
...Still got hair, don't need a toupee Even though my old body decays Eat lots of tubers A healthy old hooter As I near the finale of my life long ballet......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, age,
Form: Limerick
Is Science a Coherent Discussion To the Lay Person
...Is the thought of Science a scary premise mixed with some progress and a whole lot regret, like oh that science, what will they think of next, or some disgusting human made virulent virus that onl......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, america, analogy, animal, appreciation,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Iris Garden
...Aunt Bonnie’s garden showcased showy orchid-like irises -- beds of “flags,” a feast for the eyes, produced rainbows of color yellow, purple, orange, bronzes. She did not know her iri......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, flower, garden, image,
Form: Imagism
Winter's Passing
...After winter’s cold dark days Nature wakes up in different ways, Colours start to return for all to see It’s now warm enough to impregnate seeds, For the annuals to begin their growth ......Read the rest...
Categories: tubers, beautiful, celebration, environment, flower,
Form: Free verse

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