Poems About: SNAKE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Can i have some courage
To stand up and shout
That i love you Worm
Of that there's no doubt read more »The4amPoet ....
BUT, Snake, you must not come where we abide,
For you would tempt us; we should hear you say: read more »Padraic Colum
327.She Never Misses
Some ladies say that snakes are like old swords
Swinging through the grass:
Romero tells me his name is actually spelled with an I,
But everyone calls him coyote, anyways: read more »Robert Rorabeck
328.the mountain and the snake
a long black yellow snake with stripes
looking for a prey
a rat perhaps read more »RIC S. BASTASA
329.Her true love
Her true love
She swooped on the snake and
Throw it in the air
Because it was creeping towards her baby read more »vijay gupta
330.RED EYED SNAKE
Poison in our head,
makes the red eyed read more »Christina Sunrise
I had never beheld a snake
That walked upon its belly.
I saw animals and plants so sudden;
Outcast and ashamed, I assumed read more »Naveed Akram
Viciously hungry for blood,
paneciously thirsty within mud,
yes! he is the diabolic nightmare,
his eyes always in envy of evil flair, read more »Anele ''The African Son'' kaPotelwa
333.Blaming The Snake
Adam said it was the fault of Eve.
Eve blamed that serpent snake.
The snake tried blaming everyone else
No leg to stand on, he was a fake. read more »Robert Edgar Burns
The snake was held
In another's hand.
Kill it I said,
Before it strikes. read more »Mary Mc Creath
When we pick up a book we look at its cover and base it on its look.
Who are we to judge the looks of a book?
Once we read it we love it or hate it.
In reality we look at someones looks and judge them like a book. read more »RISSA FORMICA
336.SNAKES AND MEN
Snakes and men nature's creation
Nothing created sans purpose of action
All to coexist with mutual appreciation
Alas! Many work for mutual destruction! read more »Subbaraman N V