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Amphibian Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Patrick's Day Anthony Slausin Free verse Free verse amphibian, drink, fun,
Premium Member Poem Amphibian Me Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse amphibian, perspective, self,
sometimes alone is better Keith Teaser Light Verse Light Verse amphibian, desire, heaven, nice, peace,
Premium Member Poem Reachable but Lost Funom Makama Couplet Couplet amphibian, boyfriend, emotions, endurance, feelings,
LANDON Anita Harris Acrostic Acrostic amphibian, grandchild,
Premium Member Poem Clearly Paleozoic Caren Krutsinger Limerick Limerick amphibian, 4th grade, 5th grade,
Unctuous Byproduct Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse amphibian, allusion, corruption, truth, wisdom,
Premium Member Poem Critterary Verses: If you could be an animal Jim Slaughter Light Verse Light Verse amphibian, animal, humor,
Premium Member Poem Honest and Dishonest Differences Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse amphibian, caregiving, community, education, health,
Premium Member Poem Nutritious Group Health Theories Gerald Dillenbeck Metrical Tale Metrical Tale amphibian, earth, education, environment, green,
jagged jaws of smelted steel NOT the title: matthew harris Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse amphibian, 10th grade, 12th grade,
Toadie Freddie Robinson Jr. Light Verse Light Verse amphibian, character, funny, humorous, satire,
Memory of Hawaii at the Age of Three Neon Robinson Free verse Free verse amphibian, adventure, animal, childhood, fate,
Song of the Seals Freddie Robinson Jr. Romanticism Romanticism amphibian, animal, celebration, life, nature,
Beneath the Sea Geraldine Taylor Free verse Free verse amphibian, animal, children,
Oblivion Dalton Ogletree Rhyme Rhyme amphibian, dark, evil, how i
Science and man Solomon Ochwo-Oburu Blank verse Blank verse amphibian, allusion, mystery, science, wisdom,
Frogs Love Flies Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic monologue Dramatic monologue amphibian, humanity, symbolism, truth, wisdom,
This wonderful World Solomon Ochwo-Oburu Sonnet Sonnet amphibian, humanity, philosophy,
Allusivity Christian Fuller Free verse Free verse amphibian, allusion, analogy, conflict, environment,
militarisation Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? amphibian, beach, betrayal,
Premium Member Poem Crows of the Common Senses Anthony Slausin Rhyme Rhyme amphibian, adventure,
Morning Fog Memory Toni Orban Free verse Free verse amphibian, lost love, memory,
Moon Frogs Tom Quigley Free verse Free verse amphibian, nature, night, symbolism,
circumstantially Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? amphibian, angel,
A Thought Of A Frog john chizoba vincent Narrative Narrative amphibian, africa, animal,
Premium Member Poem Lend Me Your Heart oh Child Funom Makama Light Verse Light Verse amphibian, adventure, growing up, growth,
I'm a Great Crested Newt Nathan Bach Rhyme Rhyme amphibian, animal, children, nature,
Premium Member Poem Mother Nature's Little Prince liam mcdaid Verse Verse amphibian, beautiful, beauty, emotions, feelings,
Premium Member Poem Mother Nature's Little Prince Gary Bateman Narrative Narrative amphibian, allegory, beauty, celebration, emotions,
Premium Member Poem Wetland Song Robert Ronnow Verse Verse amphibian, april, beauty, kiss, love,
The Graffiti of Middle Earth Thomas Martin List List amphibian, cool, fairy, gender, nonsense,
Premium Member Poem Late Summer Robert Ronnow Verse Verse amphibian, august, autumn, grief, june,
AMPHIBIAN WARRIORS Neldy Jolo Free verse Free verse amphibian, addiction, adventure, art, birth,
BENCHMARK OF HOPE Neldy Jolo Free verse Free verse amphibian, absence, adventure, angst, anxiety,
Premium Member Poem Life, The Interloper Bill Yates Free verse Free verse amphibian, creation, life,
LET'S SAIL TOGETHER Neldy Jolo Bio Bio amphibian, life, love, memory, miss
Premium Member Poem MOCKINGBIRD - crown of sonnets Carrie Richards Crown of Sonnets Crown of Sonnets amphibian, children, discrimination, prejudice, integrity,
I Like Frogs Robert Pettit Rhyme Rhyme amphibian, animal, life,
free Joel Hunt I do not know? I do not know? amphibian, freedom, introspection,
Searching Michael-Shane Brown Rhyme Rhyme amphibian, confusion, girlfriend-boyfriend, hope, lost
Enough For All J Eliza JAMES Rhyme Rhyme amphibian, animals, caregiving, education, food,
Premium Member Poem TOWERS OF MYSTERY nette onclaud Dramatic monologue Dramatic monologue amphibian, fantasy, scienceocean,
SHORES David Byrne Sonnet Sonnet amphibian, lifebeauty, beauty,
Counting Coup Geoffery McHugh Free verse Free verse amphibian, native americanpeople, people,
Lost Veronica Joseph I do not know? I do not know? amphibian,
ODE TO THE FROG IN THE BREEZEWAY Nola Perez Narrative Narrative amphibian, introspection
Amphibians Jon Hopwood Free verse Free verse amphibian, angst, animals, confusion, depressionme,
Soak it . . . FATHIMA DAWOOD Sonnet Sonnet amphibian, naturelonging, sensual,
WHY I BOUGHT A DOG BED Nola Perez Ballad Ballad amphibian, fantasy, imagination

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Amphibian Poem Example

MOCKINGBIRD - crown of sonnets

#1 "It is a sin to kill a Mockingbird. When playing games with rocks or guns, defray, them, please, ...shoot old tin cans!" "Whispered words of Mockingbirds, only heal wounds of the day" Virtues are cultivated, children are weeds, exploring a small southern town. Seeds, so rare, spread moral ivy, filling knotholes, threading trees, lining streets, during mad-dog summers. Scout, one sprout with solid roots, sifts wrong from right in spite of bull-headed pride. Stirring up dust, where resistance incites, although, brother, Jem, gently, grows more reserved. Scout, Jem, bud, "Dill", are bronzed by summer's sky Moral's compass guides them home, as night returns #2 Moral's compass guides them home, as night returns yet challenged, the precocious child making assumptions. Folks would confound her! Some people were an oddity and quite beguiling Summer would sigh with ceiling fans, softly purring, people napping, long afternoons. Wilted yawns of a lethargic town, might seem undisturbed, with complacency, behind pruned shrubs, tall grass, mowed. Yet stilted air, would suffocate, with racial slurs and secret hate. Some hid by day, and spending their nights in masquerade, while crosses burned. We'd see a face, pretentious smile, falsely blend Integrity, at bitter cost, split wide the seams in 1930. Civil rights were just a dream #3 In 1930, civil rights were just a dream, and motherless children were coming of age. Bare feet were swift. Bandaged knees and hands unclean, would slam old screen doors, to seek lemonade. A ghost, they feared, in the raw sided house, watched close. A tree in his yard, hid treasures he stashed. The three Musketeers, upon discovering, shout! Armed by bravado, they are ready to dash. Putting yourself into another man's shoes, is a lesson, soon learned by Scout and Jem. They've faced their fear, and will make a friend. "Boo", the 'phantom', a new best friend left trinkets and gems. Kindness learned, role model intact, was Atticus Finch. A measure of integrity, inch by inch. #4 A measure of integrity, inch by inch, advocate for those who won't stand a chance. Folks down on their luck, where dollars won't stretch in a depression full blown. Money is scant. Fighting for the underdog, who have no paycheck. What's right is right. What's wrong, is wrong. Someone must stand at the end of the day, where flies fill a courtroom and tempers grow stronger. Regardless of skin, be it black, be it white Unfit, by standards of talcum shaved chins, if injustice is war, he'll give his lot. The falsely accused, he'll defend, to the end Those who wallow in mud, eventually sling lies when honor goes to hell, and folks sit idle #5 When honor goes to hell, and folks sit idle, false accusations can simmer, slowly inciting bigoted people, into mobs, spewing cries of hate. Screaming "rape" into the night. Ignorance and prejudice, are all of one stuff with corn-likker sauce and gravy mentality, amphibian worms, as if from a trough, gorging on mania. They covet brutality. Led by Bob Ewell, with arrogance oozing. Clan- fed, tantrums squirming out of control. Small minded men, choosing squalor, alluding the truth. Some would sell their mother's soul. They have lied on the stand, where justice treaded thin. Where white man's word, over a black, always wins. #6 Where a white man's word, over black, always wins, was a rule of the thumb, during those years... The innocent man, Tom, shackled, condemned, taken away and waits to die, and endure With Indian summer, waxing and waning, Atticus chooses the simplest words. His children need, wisdom, and calm understanding, in trying to explain, that most men are good. He tells them, gently, how someone so crude, even Bob Ewell, no matter how evil perhaps in his life, was misunderstood. The hellish of summers begins to unravel. But another ill wind, would brew up a storm, to bring more than a flurry, into their home. #7 To bring more than a flurry into their home, burnt embers of color, drift down, red and yellow. Carved pumpkins, and a grieving autumn, looms in the night. Roaches encroach, deep in the shadows As Scout rushes homeward, behind her on the trail, a whiskey-breath nightmare, with evil intentions Then, someone appears! Halts this devil,...,Ewell is not immortal! we come to conclusion. A guardian presence, waiting to rally has kept a vigil, guarding children who run, swiftly through thickets. Lonely Boo Radley, appeared like an angel, a bird seeking the sun So pure of heart, and a thing so rare It is a sin to kill a mockingbird
__________________________ Re-submitted for Skat's Premiere Contest: #4

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