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Poems About: FOOD

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  • 349.
    The princess

    My hair is long,
    a golden shiny blonde,
    I look into the mirror
    and admire the future ruler of the land. read more »

    Laura smith
  • 350.
    Days of Darkness

    Rats
    In their thousands
    creeping over the desolate land
    scouring for food - for life read more »

    Penni Currie
  • 351.
    Ramona

    My Darling Ramona is very sweet
    She works as a waitress at Jue's on Main Street

    She sees us coming in the front door read more »

    Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
  • 352.
    Hubert's 78th Dream

    He leaves, I ignore
    Her and get drunk
    Drinkin rum. She
    Leaves, I get drunk read more »

    Hubert J. Humperdink
  • 353.
    Life Support

    They traveled abroad,
    Mistakes were made,
    Stuck in the snow,
    Becoming afraid, read more »

    Maddy Jones
  • 354.
    Survival Technique Number 1.

    Bringing food like a
    scurrying ant in the
    soil.
    You are my read more »

    Mary X
  • 355.
    UNWANTED CRIME

    'why r orphans for? ? '
    maybe for this...

    i was starving and was thirsty read more »

    sakshi mathur
  • 356.
    (075) My Mum Is An Excellent Cook

    My mum is an excellent cook
    But she doesn’t make good food everyday
    We eat special things all the time
    Is what my friends feel and say read more »

    Risha Ahmed (12 yrs)
  • 357.
    Reverse

    Cherry, whipped cream
    Chocolate sauce, ice cream

    I can't enjoy it, I wish I could read more »

    Brynn Fier
  • 358.
    No Food Today

    The monster ice storm has covered the land
    Cause of the ice there will be no food today
    So all the farm animals will have to just wait
    Til the sun returns and melting is underway read more »

    John McCornack
  • 359.
    The Last Stop

    We had a wonderful time
    When we visited Wichita, Kansas
    What a good idea it was
    And what a perfect day for us read more »

    Marilyn Lott
  • 360.
    CROSSINGS

    All the crossings I know
    I cross all of then
    Some familiar grounds I know
    Some crossings are more dangerous then others read more »

    Aldo Kraas
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