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Poem Details | by Arnisha Paxman
Categories: anniversary, nature, travel,

Carnival

Together we sway
to the rhythm. Coconuts
squash the romance quick.


Poem Details | by Doris Culverhouse
Categories: hope, nature

Butternut Squash

Large yellow-orange
blooms, falls last foliage appears
reminding me-hope.

Pray for harvest
of the late bloomers fruit and
harvest in spring time.

Poem Details | by A.E. Rivenbark
Categories: anti bullying, power,

White Flag

Olive branches full
Side to side wavering--
Ants squash elephants

Poem Details | by Ismael Nieves
Categories: science fiction

PALE CALABOOSE

Pale zombie pumpkin
Absorbs the lives of *pepos--
Souls try burst out rind.


Pepo--any fleshy gourd fruit with a hard rind and many seeds, as the melon, squash, or 
cucumber.

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: husband, love, wife,

Haiku, I Love U

in the slow spring rain the farmer donned his raincoat.... fresh squash and green beans

Poem Details | by lydia Chang
Categories: death, holiday, life,

Tortured Jack

Slowly singled out
Squash are sawed and set alight
All for one dark night


Poem Details | by Greg Gaul
Categories: earth, farm, garden, growth, native american, nature, truth,

Three Sisters

three seeds together
bean corn squash are connected-
growing as one plant