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Best Alpaca Poems

Below are the all-time best Alpaca poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of alpaca poems written by PoetrySoup members


Alpaca
Oh my Alpaca
Has purple spots
You can see them when he trots
I'll take his wool to make a sweater
Then we'll both have purple spots...

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Categories: alpaca, animals, children, funny, imagination
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member as alpaca sleep
lying on her hill top knoll
the great Pyrenees half dreams  
doing what she was born to 
as alpaca sleep
...

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Categories: alpaca, animals
Form: Dodoitsu
Journey to Spirit Mountain
Minter Bridge Road to Burkhalter Lane
Alpaca farms dot the hilly terrain, baby llamas
Wear thick curly fur, until the shears come
They look really funny when the...

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Categories: alpaca, environment, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Ten Grands and More
One of my grandsons, name of Benjamin
He likes eating toast made with cinnamon
But uses his wits
To not eat his grits
Then excuses himself like a gentleman

Charlie...

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Categories: alpaca, familyme,
Form: Limerick
Holidays
The holidays are at an end
Lots of money we did spend
With trips away
Out for the day 
Lots of fun
In the rare English sun 

Day on...

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Categories: alpaca, beach, butterfly, child, holiday,
Form: Sonnet



Premium Member What Use is a Llama
Consider the neck-ed creature known as the llama
A species of alpaca that lives in zoos or dioramas

Some llamas look like camels, others like sheep
Tho I've...

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Categories: alpaca, animal, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member BELOW THE GLASS CEILING an ode
Forbears,Edie,Kate and Ann furnished apiece with brush and pan.Each 
Victorian 'Miss' tied in service's  abyss.Far off days,now long gone,their toil each 
day was lengthy...

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Categories: alpaca, family, history,
Form: Ode
soft rain
Soft Rain 

I like rain, not hard, angry rain with an attitude
who, was neglected by the mother cloud, and 
angrily show its hate towards those...

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Categories: alpaca, inspirational, nature, rain, longing, rain,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member The Country in Me--redux
Muscadine grape vine
entwine...smell of bovine
forest edge
sedge
briars growing down the line.

I love the country
The country loves me
I’m as rock solid planted 
As my hundred year old...

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Categories: alpaca, people, old, love, old,
Form: Free verse
the pianist
The Pianist 
I flick through the TV channels. It is football
and football, except on Fox News, but they
are so insane there I rather watch sport....

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Categories: alpaca, humorous,
Form: Bio
Storm diary- the beast from the east

My cupboards are stacked with provisions,
six flavours of soup, plus baked beans,
thick socks and thick shirts for this amber alert
though I am not quite sure...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: alpaca, snow,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I love the Country in Me
Muscadine grape vine
entwine...smell of bovine
forest edge
sedge
briars growing down the line.

I love the country
The country loves me
I’m as rock solid planted 
As my hundred year old...

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Categories: alpaca, devotionold, love, old,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member SEEN BUT NOT HEARD
Forbears,Edie,Kate and Ann furnished apiece with brush and pan.Each 
Victorian 'Miss' tied in service's  abyss.Far off days,now long gone,their toil each 
day was lengthy...

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Categories: alpaca, family, nostalgia, on work and working,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Crescent Island 6-11-18
Tranquil spaces as we wander through the park,
the heat oppressive.
The zebras herding sheep like the watchful alpaca,
yet there are no predators
A motley selection of animals...

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Categories: alpaca, imagery,
Form: Narrative
In a Mirror 1-4
Translated by Przemyslaw Musialowski 7/1/2019

Prologue

Like a day dying
in the twilight hour, 
without hurry you are saying goodbye to the fields
along the beaten path heading for...

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Categories: alpaca, death, life,
Form: Free verse
when alfred was witty
When Alfred was witty 

Alfred, the pianist who insist he is not my father
Told me he could walk on water, 
to prove it we went...

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© jan hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: alpaca, break up, business, car, cat,
Form: Blank verse