Mosquitoes In The Air Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion

Mosquitoes In The Air

Rating: 4.7

Mosquitoes in the air
Fly in the light of day;
They carry their needles
To suck blood from their prey.

Mosquitoes in the air
Glide in the dark of night;
They bring noise to the ears,
Inviting for a fight.

Mosquitoes in the air
Make someone's slumber sour;
The sweet sleep is broken,
Because of their buzzer.

Mosquitoes in the air
Are threats in some cases;
For they are chief vectors
Of serious diseases.

Protect your skin from bite,
Be alert and beware;
Clap your hands to erase
Mosquitoes in the air.

Mosquitoes In The Air
Monday, October 23, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: danger
Selected as POEM OF THE DAY (September 7,2019)by POEMHUNTER ❤️❤️❤️
Rini Shibu 23 October 2017

An excellent poem about mosquito

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Bernard F. Asuncion 23 October 2017

Thanks, Rini............ You’re such an awesome poetess👍👍👍

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Dr Dillip K Swain 23 October 2017

Brilliantly penned..I loved it

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Bernard F. Asuncion 23 October 2017

Thanks, Dr Dillip.... your words are highly regarded👍👍👍

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Dr Dillip K Swain 07 September 2019

Let me be the first to congratulate you my good friend for this wonderful poem being displayed on the home page as Poem of the day!

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Chandan Dey 01 December 2022

Dear poet, every work of art, in some way, is political by definition. This poem is no exception. I love the way you have expressed it.

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Gerry Legister 09 January 2022

great poem about thos pesti littlte things buzzing in the ear

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Valsa George 03 October 2020

Yes, mosquitoes make people's sleep sour! Their music is so jarring to the ears. They are to be kept at bay as they are the carriers of dangerous diseases! This poem I am visiting once again!

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Kevin Patrick 07 September 2020

They are truly malicious creatures, scourge to man and bringer of diseases, malaria being their trademark. A wonderful poem Bernard, congratulations for poem of the day.

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Mahtab Bangalee 07 September 2020

Mosquito Member of 3500 species of small insects Of these species it belong to the order Diptera Scent of potassium, salt and lactic acid attracts it Quaffs human bIood the female mosquito to lays eggs

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Bernard F. Asuncion

Bernard F. Asuncion

Subic, Philippines
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