But it looked from the pome like she wuz dead 'nd that he loved her.
Mar got a hundred dollars for that pome, from that editor feller and his pardner.
Asked to the John Brown meeting, but had no "good gown," so didn't go; but my "pome" did, and came out in the paper.
Eastern people don't appreciate this "pome" as Western farmers do.
Now, just before she had this daguerrotype took that Im goin to show you, she was writin a pome to the Muse.
"Give us a song or a pome," called a voice from the rear of the hall.
Bill wrote a pome 'bout their old dog Towze when he wuz run over by Watkins's hay-wagon seven years ago.
I hope you like, at least, the concluding lines of the pome?
The calyx-tube gradually thickens and becomes a "pome," or apple-like fruit, in which the core is the ovary.
An' so he writes a pome to show that th' czar's letter's not on th' square.
late 14c., of types of apples or apple-shaped objects, from Old French pome "apple" (12c., Modern French pomme), from Late Latin or Vulgar Latin *poma "apple," originally plural of Latin pomus "fruit," later "apple" (see Pomona).
A fleshy simple fruit that has several seed chambers developed from a compound ovary and an outer fleshy part developed from the enlarged base of the flower. The pome is an accessory fruit and is characteristic of certain plants in the rose family, such as the apple and pear. Also called false fruit. Compare berry, drupe. See more at accessory fruit, simple fruit.