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  • 13.
    The Scorcher and the Howling Swell

    The Scorcher and the Howling Swell were riding through the land;
    They wept like anything to see the hills on every hand;
    "If these were only levelled down," they said, "it would be grand."

    "If every bloke that rides a bike put in a half-a-crown,
    Do you suppose," the Scorcher said, "that that would cut them down?"
    "I doubt it," said the Howling Swell, and frowned a doleful frown.

    "Oh, ladies, come and ride with us," the Scorcher did entreat,
    "A little ride across the park and down the smoothest street,
    And you will have a chance to show your very dainty feet."

    The Scorcher rode up all the hills, as if the same were flat;
    "It's very rude," the ladies said, "to ride as fast as that;
    For all of us are out of breath - and some of us are fat."

    "Cheer up, cheer up, my ladies gay," the Howling Swell replied;
    "Behold a tea-shop by the way, with Globe Brand Tea inside;
    And all who drink the Globe Brand Tea up any hill can ride."

    And every lady in the band revived on Globe Brand Tea,
    That Atcherley and Dawson sell in George Street, near the Quay,
    And Howling Swells and Scorchers both proclaim its purity. read more »

  • 14.
    Every Dream Is True

    The midnight streets
    Howl viciously
    Like a wild cat
    In the jungle vines read more »

  • 15.
    Winter Evening

    The storm wind covers the sky
    Whirling the fleecy snow drifts,
    Now it howls like a wolf,
    Now it is crying, like a lost child, read more »

  • 16.
    The Vacuum

    The house is so quiet now
    The vacuum cleaner sulks in the corner closet,
    Its bag limp as a stopped lung, its mouth read more »

  • 17.

    He shouts in the sails of the ships at sea,
    He steals the down from the honeybee,
    He makes the forest trees rustle and sing, read more »

  • 18.
    The Madman's Song

    Oh, let us howl some heavy note,
    Some deadly-dogged howl,
    Sounding as from the threatening throat read more »

  • 19.
    0108 Two poems about War

    see that woman
    flung over her son's dead body
    howling from the depths
    of her womb read more »

  • 20.
    (77) So I'm a Homo Sapiens

    So I’m a homo sapiens sapiens
    A peculiar kind of bod
    Not so different from a chimpanzee
    But a little more like God read more »

  • 21.
    Eating Vesta

    I reached out and pretended to take her nose
    and she pretended that I had done so
    laughed gleefully and ran away. read more »

  • 22.
    I Remember You

    Like it was few minutes ago,

    I remember you, read more »

  • 23.
    Spastic At The Beach

    Twisted body silhouetted
    in a flood of summer light
    he seems incongruous down here. read more »

  • 24.
    Appalachian Vignettes

    the sun
    streaking its blush
    across the dawning sky
    bleak winter morn read more »

New Howl Poems

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  2. Dominion, Tony Adah
  3. The Lone Wolf, Eve White
  4. Mr. Candidate's Criteria, Pranab K. Chakraborty
  5. Call Of the Wolf, Eleanor Rose
  6. Autumn, Graeme Boast
  7. Wind, Elia Michael
  8. hoot and howl of night, sallam yassin
  9. the Hunt, John Wollenzien
  10. The Moment, Johann Thorarensen
  11. Parrot Silencing, Ilko Alexandrov
  12. Zoophagous Sounds, Saiom Shriver
  13. Haiku #5, Tabir Alam
  14. 'Wolf Goddess', mack thomas
  15. Animals, Ell Ell
  16. A New Footnote To Howl, Leslie Philibert
  17. Hush Child, Robin Bennett
  18. A Diamond, Jack Spicer
  19. Howl, Randy McClave
  20. The butterfly, Atticus Mortimer
  21. Beauty of The Moon, Vianca Borrero
  22. Wolves, Vianca Borrero
  23. Head Howl, Katerina Val
  24. Animals, Katerina Val
  25. Just Writting About Wolfs, jeff greyicewolf
  26. Wolves, CRYSTAL B. SMITH
  27. Loneliness, Kimani wa Mumbi
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  29. The Hounds Howl At Night (Reprise), Justin Gildow
  30. 'A howling at the fouling', Michael Micmac Mccrory
  31. Sweet Love, Alex Clark
  32. Howling Hounddog Lady, Charles Pevy
  33. The Lone White Wolf: The Hunt, Matthew Bresette
  34. Lone Traveler, Alexander Foald
  35. -a haiku-, Alice Cuenca
  36. To The Wind, At Midnight, Henry Kirke White
  37. a dog howling, Masaoka Shiki
  38. Biker, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  39. A Lone Wolf Sits, Bee Kilpatrick
  40. Stars, Savvas Dimitsakis
  41. a boy's journey, souvik the ringbearer
  42. 052810I expression of fear, Manonton Dalan
  43. the howling wolfs, brandon matthews
  44. Magic, Joanne Lee (fkumc)
  45. Childish Dreams, Melvyn Mohan
  46. Horses and Wolves, Cally A. Nixon
  47. the world simply laughs (edited), RIC S. BASTASA
  48. the world simply laughs, RIC S. BASTASA
  49. The Madman's Song, John Webster
  50. Snow wolves, Eric Ripley
  51. Colombo, sheena blackhall
  52. the night, Smeliton Paynes
  53. coyote, Cin Sweet Fields
  54. Wind, Necessary No Name
  55. Howling Wolves, Beth Rodgers
  56. weather, freddy roach
  57. Wolves, Bac Phong
  58. The Wind Howled, Dave Dunn
  59. Howling At The Moon, Tyler Anhorn
  60. Wolf, Laura Venter
  61. Though All Around The Devil Prowls, Aidan Clevinger
  62. Wolf Pride, Kimberly Bernhardt
  63. haiku - 31, Dagmara Anna AuraDagimar
  64. To Fly, Naveed Akram
  65. Nocturnal, monk frost
  66. Mad Wolves, Randy Briggs
  67. Cats, HannahJane Brazier
  68. A howl in the moon, marisa anaya
  69. Chill Warning, Jerome Brooke
  70. Warning and Promise, Jerome Brooke
  71. messenger, sandra geisell
  72. For this that was broken, little wolf
  73. 02FredGold02, Coco Silver
  74. z Renovating - Haiku, stewart green
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