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Poems About: SUN

In this page, poems on / about “sun” are listed.

  • 217.
    The Sun

    The congregation of the sun
    Privatization, unleaded hoc
    Drive slowly while you sleep
    Since I finger on the loose read more »

    Pierre Rausch
  • 218.
    Gary Swift

    Hello, how you doing Gary Swift?
    Just to let you know the sun is shining
    I want to make certain you get my drift
    Here in Birmingham the sun is shining! read more »

    Elia Michael
  • 219.

    The light creeps through the clouds
    Showing promise of a better tomorrow
    There is nothing like seeing the sun
    After a week of rain read more »

    Amber Kangas
  • 220.
    Why Birds Mock MY bull

    My giant bull has colours
    Has this colour
    Has that colour
    Have teeth of wolf read more »

    David Aoloch Bion
  • 221.
    Upon The Sun Rise Hill

    Here sleeps the Sun
    To wake up in the dawn
    Burning read more »

  • 222.
    The sun

    The sun is bright
    The sun is round
    All of its light reaches the gound
    It's in space so it makes no sound read more »

    D.M. Sita
  • 223.
    Saltwater Sunset

    The waves crash on the shore
    The countless grains of sand.
    The day near end,
    The sun reddens read more »

    Theo Townend
  • 224.
    The hot hot sun

    The hot hot sun
    my skin skin skin
    irksome infants read more »

    Robin Pratt
  • 225.

    Everyday the sun rises,
    And the sun sets.
    But what happens in between? read more »

    Lucy Westmacott
  • 226.
    60's Dream

    The grass glowed with light,
    effervescent green bouncing,
    under the blue,
    radiant air flowing around, read more »

    sara winters
  • 227.
    Word-Pictures In Three Liners

    midsummer sun
    in passion fury
    river bared read more »

    indira babbellapati
  • 228.
    1980 Cordoba

    the sun overhead is noticably upset.

    the sun is late in the evening raging
    through its galitic colisack. read more »

    nathan martin
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