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Poems About: SNAKE

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  • 337.
    Snake Dinner

    A snake dinner anyone?
    Now, don’t go shakin’ your head
    You just might really like it
    Not necessarily something to dread read more »

    Marilyn Lott
  • 338.
    How to paint a striking Rinkhals

    Green knee high grass
    paves, covers the veldt

    making the snake's hideout read more »

    Gert Strydom
  • 339.
    Even in a crowd

    Even in a crowd you suddenly become lonely

    Or else put off the light read more »

    Dr. Ramesh Chandra Mukhopadhyaya
  • 340.
    RED EYED SNAKE

    Poison in our head
    makes the red eyed
    snake awake from its bed.
    Yes, the snake that feeds on read more »

    Suzanna C Chevalier
  • 341.
    RED EYED SNAKE

    Poison in our head
    makes the red eyed
    snake awake from its bed.
    Yes, the snake that feeds on read more »

    Suzanna Chevalier
  • 342.
    In-convenience

    Very early in the morning we were woken from our sleep,
    We were going on safari, being driven in a jeep,
    We went out before our breakfast, we went out before sunrise,
    We went out before the sleep had fully vanished from our eyes. read more »

    Paul Hansford
  • 343.
    Monkey and Goose, Snake and Bull, and Tiger Lou

    Monkey and goose
    Snake and bull
    And there friend tiger lou
    Met at hummingbird's garden read more »

    Midnights Voice
  • 344.
    A Frog And A Toad

    A tiny frog on a lili-pad,
    Was so depressed she felt so sad.
    She wrung her hands and racked her brain,
    And said to herself, I'm going insane. read more »

    Juan Olivarez
  • 345.
    The Snake, The Fire and The Baby

    Snake, the baby’s friend;
    Fire the baby’s enemy
    How the snake become baby’s friend
    How the fire become baby’s enemy. read more »

    David Aoloch Bion
  • 346.
    Cannibal and Dhieu

    Lion cannibal came
    With three cubs
    In evening to Dhieu home
    Hide in shade of cattle byre read more »

    David Aoloch Bion
  • 347.
    The Journey

    Alone, a box of bootlegged wine,
    a man and his silver snake.

    He opens his eyes blearily, his silver snake read more »

    Declan Barwell
  • 348.
    Old Snake-Doctor

    Once I found an ant-lion's hole
    And an ant-lion in it: nippers
    Like a pair of rusty clippers.
    And I saw a red ant roll
    In its pit, and, quick as Ned,
    This old ant-lion fanged its head,
    Held it till the ant was dead. read more »

    Madison Julius Cawein
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