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Bandicoot Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Short Ribs B: Fabulous Faraway Places Jim Slaughter Light Verse Light Verse bandicoot, animal, humor,
Bandicoot Delight Cecilia Crasto Light Verse Light Verse bandicoot, food, funny, humorous,
Somewhere, Somehow Trey Hamner Rhyme Rhyme bandicoot, allegory, analogy, image, imagination,
lonely addict - cinema Passion Eye Free verse Free verse bandicoot, confusion, deep, dream, film,
Premium Member Poem An Outback Christmas Suzanne Delaney Rhyme Rhyme bandicoot, children, christmas, december, kids,
Premium Member Poem We Are Endangered As Well! Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme bandicoot, funny
THE BATTLING LITTLE BILBY Merv Webster Rhyme Rhyme bandicoot, animals, nature, , cute,

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Bandicoot Poem Example

An Outback Christmas


Excitement filled the bushland as December was near
Every creature had been waiting for Christmas time - all year.
Wallabies hung their stockings on a  gumtree branch with care
Just as all nice children do – everywhere.

Meanwhile those more up to date logged on the internet
sending E mails to Santa to see what they could get
 Koalas draped high treetops with shiny garlands green 
 And furry possums lined their dens in golden glitter sheen

Wallabies joined in with bright balloons hung on their tails
All the crows tied streamers, cascading from the rails.
Kookaburras’ laughter changed to Christmas songs
While magpies and peewees piped along in throngs.

A wombat and a bandicoot made honeysuckle punch
The parrots came too early and drank’ til they got drunk
And when the’ Magic Pudding’ came to help with Christmas Dinner
His taste was so delicious he left a trifle thinner.

With a Kangaroo as Santa, his pouch stuffed full of cheer
hopping ‘round the outback in the hottest time of year
Just guess what all the drovers got- lots of ice-cold beer.

Suzanne Delaney


For Children's Christmas Poem Contest for Carol Eastman

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