Poems about cornucopias (4 Poems)


    Squash in Blossom (Robert Francis Poems)

    How lush, how loose, the uninhibited squash is.If ever hearts (and these immoderate leavesAre vegetable hearts) were worn on sleeves,The squash’s are. In green the squash vine gushes. The flowers are cornucopias of summer,Briefly exuberant and cheaply golden.And if they … Continue reading



    Trinitarian Church (Judita Vaiciunaite Poems)

    Angelsraped in the defiledTrinitarian churchmaybe Autumn’s dawn, her golden reflections,will color your wings.Angels above niches and windowsstill gliding across the large cupolain the early morning a desperate prayer spreadsfrom the lips of dead soldierscandles in the sad churchburn on broken … Continue reading



    Squash in Blossom (Robert Francis Poem)

    How lush, how loose, the uninhibited squash is. If ever hearts (and these immoderate leaves Are vegetable hearts) were worn on sleeves, The squash’s are. In green the squash vine gushes. The flowers are cornucopias of summer, Briefly exuberant and … Continue reading



    Wild Peaches (Elinor Wylie Poems)

    1 When the world turns completely upside down You say we’ll emigrate to the Eastern Shore Aboard a river-boat from Baltimore; We’ll live among wild peach trees, miles from town, You’ll wear a coonskin cap, and I a gown Homespun, … Continue reading