So I will just give you some beautiful covers, lines, and sentences. And, of course, some random coincidii.pineapple more than once, pomelo, sugar cane (I think this is a grass). In Paul Hostovsky's poem "Coconut," a coconut means happiness to his little son.
Dave Nielsen, "In a Poem About My Father": "It is perhaps better done in a painting / or in the language that a fire speaks."
Ruth Stone, essay for "Second-Hand Coat": "Those endless closets and halls in the brain where the unknown hides; that open for a moment and then close again. That is where poems come from."
Joseph Stroud, "Grief": "Went to the Wailing Wall of the Jerusalem within me."
Peter Meinke, "The Dead Tree": "nature includes its dead."
Morton Marcus, from the poem "The Mirror":
It is as though he stares into another room,
a room where he has never been, and is not known,
and can observe his mother glancing from his magazine
to his father seated like a stranger in a railroad car
and the old man pulling at the pillow threads
like a furious harpist who cannot sit still.