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  • 37.
    Green Fields

    By this part of the century few are left who believe
    in the animals for they are not there in the carved parts
    of them served on plates and the pleas from the slatted trucks
    are sounds of shadows that possess no future
    there is still game for the pleasure of killing
    and there are pets for the children but the lives that followed
    courses of their own other than ours and older
    have been migrating before us some are already
    far on the way and yet Peter with his gaunt cheeks
    and point of white beard the face of an aged Lawrence
    Peter who had lived on from another time and country
    and who had seen so many things set out and vanish
    still believed in heaven and said he had never once
    doubted it since his childhood on the farm in the days
    of the horses he had not doubted it in the worst
    times of the Great War and afterward and he had come
    to what he took to be a kind of earthly
    model of it as he wandered south in his sixties
    by that time speaking the language well enough
    for them to make him out he took the smallest roads
    into a world he thought was a thing of the past
    with wildflowers he scarcely remembered and neighbors
    working together scything the morning meadows
    turning the hay before the noon meal bringing it in
    by milking time husbandry and abundance
    all the virtues he admired and their reward bounteous
    in the eyes of a foreigner and there he remained
    for the rest of his days seeing what he wanted to see
    until the winter when he could no longer fork
    the earth in his garden and then he gave away
    his house land everything and committed himself
    to a home to die in an old chateau where he lingered
    for some time surrounded by those who had lost
    the use of body or mind and as he lay there he told me
    that the wall by his bed opened almost every day
    and he saw what was really there and it was eternal life
    as he recognized at once when he saw the gardens
    he had made and the green fields where he had been
    a child and his mother was standing there then the wall would close
    and around him again were the last days of the world read more »

  • 38.
    The Guinea Pig and the Green Balloon

    I approached the luminous stranger who came to me
    from darkness in a gown of lettuce leaves, in a velvet read more »

  • 39.
    Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock

    The houses are haunted
    By white night-gowns.
    None are green,
    Or purple with green rings, read more »

  • 40.
    Nomad Exquisite

    As the immense dew of Florida
    Brings forth
    The big-finned palm
    And green vine angering for life, read more »

  • 41.
    A Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock

    The houses are haunted
    By white night-gowns.
    None are green,
    Or purple with green rings, read more »

  • 42.
    Moonleaves

    I am here,
    but my body is not.
    Spring is here.
    Everything is green, light-green. read more »

  • 43.
    The Maple Tree

    The Maple with its tassell flowers of green
    That turns to red, a stag horn shapèd seed
    Just spreading out its scallopped leaves is seen,
    Of yellowish hue yet beautifully green. read more »

  • 44.
    Green Groweth the Holly

    Green groweth the holly,
    So doth the ivy.
    Though winter blasts blow never so high,
    Green groweth the holly. read more »

  • 45.
    Sad Green Eyes

    You look at me with sad green eyes,
    I'm overcome with feeling-
    Such deep emotion they disguise,
    Yet send my senses reeling; They speak to me of loneliness read more »

  • 46.
    Ireland, Ireland

    Down thy valleys, Ireland, Ireland,
    Down thy valleys green and sad,
    Still thy spirit wanders wailing,
    Wanders wailing, wanders mad. read more »

  • 47.
    - - - Living in Bowling Green (Ghazal)

    Excuse me, but my favorite color isn’t green
    Even though I live in the city of Bowling Green.

    In its history the people played such lively games. read more »

  • 48.
    Emerald Green

    Emerald green is the color of life and of the springtime,
    Conveying harmony, joie de vivre and most important, love
    Emerald green retains its lively vigor all the time
    In all nuances, like those wonderful green eyes that rove. read more »

New Green Poems

  1. St. Patrick’s Day, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  2. Our Leader Leader of the Country, saki sabre
  3. In the Green are Emotions, Rohit Sapra
  4. Green, Leo Divine
  5. Green, Yvette Lee
  6. Green is my theme, Happy Place
  7. I Love The Color Green, sherif monem
  8. Broccoli Boy, yvette smith
  9. Green Red and Blue, sherif monem
  10. Green, Alexis Pacheco
  11. Green: The Color... [Green Things], Bri Edwards
  12. Those Green Eyes, Asra Parvez
  13. Green So Exquisite [REVISED], Margaret Alice Second
  14. Green Eyed Princess, Suzanna Chevalier
  15. The Big Green Melon, cameron weedon
  16. Greens In The Kettle Gal, Atty Davis
  17. Green, Greener, Elizabeth Padillo Olesen
  18. Green In The Fields, chisomo kumwanje
  19. Mongolian Green Baby Bottoms...[Mongolia.., Bri Edwards
  20. Final Door......., karen sinclair
  21. The Green Above The Red, Thomas Davis
  22. GREEN, A Litany, Jay Mandeville
  23. *Green In The Eye (Two), Abdul Wahab
  24. Green, Oluseyi Oluseun
  25. The Greens Of These Trees These Leaves, Shalom Freedman
  26. Green Delight, sara winters
  27. Year 2012, Nyein Way
  28. In Lavender And Green, Greg Davidson
  29. Green Eyed Prıncess, Suzae Chevalier
  30. GREEN EYED PRINCESS, Christina Sunrise
  31. Much More Than You, Marieta Maglas
  32. Much More Than Love, Marieta Maglas
  33. Summer’s Dance (Pantoum), Marieta Maglas
  34. Go Green, Livingston Ravi
  35. Green Rose, November Nelson
  36. How to make your wishes come true, Bhupen Thakker
  37. The Hospital Ship, W H Littlejohn
  38. The Green Woods Of Truagh, Anna Johnston MacManus
  39. A Glen Song, Anna Johnston MacManus
  40. metropolitanism in the country, Nyein Way
  41. Green Eyes, Ray Hansell
  42. The Green Thicket, Cicely Fox Smith
  43. Fall, Ryan Brooks
  44. Green fat, Mr. Bean
  45. Grass is Green, Gita Ashok
  46. GREEN EYES, RIC S. BASTASA
  47. Green, Alexander Blackmer
  48. When Green Leaves Come again, Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
  49. Emerald Green, Marieta Maglas
  50. As Ireland Wore the Green, Henry Lawson
  51. LOOKING BACK AT THE GREENS, RIC S. BASTASA
  52. How Green Really is My Valley, Sakkthi Subramaniyam
  53. New For Old, Adrian Wait
  54. A Beautifying Color, Quincy Davis
  55. THE GREEN GREEN GRASS OF THE CHURCH, Aldo Kraas
  56. A NATURAL GREEN, Premila Patel
  57. The Green Dot, Mustafa Ghuneim
  58. Renda Writer - Colors, Renda Writer
  59. Oh! Green, Stay Green!, Valsa George
  60. Green, Green, and More Green, Autumn Howard
  61. The Rim Of Green, Is It Poetry
  62. White on Green, Anita Wisniewska
  63. MONROE LOUISIANA, M.L. Squier
  64. How Many Shades Of Green, Shalom Freedman
  65. 'Green Bananas', Linda Winchell
  66. Green, mehedi faysal
  67. The Land Is Green, CHIKA OGBONNA
  68. And we will call it Britain, Egal Bohen
  69. Visit Malaysia Year Haiku - Cameron High.., john tiong chunghoo
  70. ode to the green grass of summer, RIC S. BASTASA
  71. Green, RIC S. BASTASA
  72. font color='green'Leaf/font, Geovanni Leaño
  73. Green, Stardasia Livngston
  74. The Magic Of The Green And Blues, Daniel Richards
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