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Best Ant Poems

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


Premium Member THE ELEPHANT AND THE ANT


There once was a little mighty ant
Who was extravagant and arrogant 
Known to be exorbitantly militant 
She was so combatant and petulant
They nicknamed her My...

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Categories: ant, allegory, animal, change, cute,
Form: Monorhyme



Premium Member As life unfolds - smallest ant contest
You may not be as tall as others
You may not have the prettiest face
You may not have the many riches 
You may not have gods...

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Categories: ant, life,
Form: Rhyme
The Ant

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Categories: ant, satire
Form: I do not know?
The Mother's Day Ant
On a hill, by a pond, by a tree, in the woods,
underneath a shining sun, tucked away and overlooked.
There stood a line of ants that...

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Categories: ant, animals, family, children, mother,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member AFRICAN ANTHOLOGY




walking gracefully  
with a pendulum movement ~
a herd of giraffes   

the mass migration
crocodiles at the river~
food for the taking

gazelles are running ...

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Categories: ant, africa, animal, nature, water,
Form: Haiku



Premium Member Your man

Your man 

O' fallen leaf of barren branch
doth charge my heart, my aching heart
with missing you, needing you
On sun dried earth I lay,
grasping at my...

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Categories: ant, good night,
Form: Free verse
Threadbare Clouds
Gray smeared sky like a quilt of rags
Winos sip rotgut from brown paper bags
Threadbare cloud crotch splits up the side
Rain pours down, you got nowhere...

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Categories: ant, angst, beautiful, change, culture,
Form: Rhyme
Justice in the Quest For Love
I saw how martyrs longed for love, and so began the play of my flitting heart
A strange girl had I become, with airs of fickle...

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Categories: ant, beauty, birth, change, inspiration,
Form: Narrative
Big Red Bellied Black Snake
Dad had threatened for some time, to reclaim the land behind the shed,
where rubbish over many years, had stockpiled but now instead
of being easy to...

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Categories: ant, family, farm,
Form: Rhyme
And The Road Begins?
Mornings are dreadful time in life unless waking beside gorgeous woman hopefully 
a not married one  husbans can be such a downer.
And when ya...

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Categories: ant, friendship, funny, happiness, introspection,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member It don't really matter

It don’t really matter   

If Plaster of Paris is not made in France
If Ginger and Fred never learned how to dance
If shoestring potatoes...

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Categories: ant, fun, humor, love,
Form: Rhyme
Freedom
Freedom
We are off the chain, 
But we let up the rein. 
Endurance flows through our veins, 
But we still live in pain and disdain. 

We...

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Categories: ant, freedom,
Form: Verse
Premium Member HANG TEN, POETS






         Don't think like an ant for a tunnel to hide.
      ...

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Categories: ant, encouraging, humanity, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member BiPartisan Dissonance
When oppositional cognitive dissonance deflects focus,
it tends to go back to when I deflected focus from her.
She sends me passive-aggressive messages,
bread crumbs leading back in...

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Categories: ant, conflict, math, parents, political,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Wisdom Tree
A solitary man
Makes his way up the mountain
One step at a time
The life he knows further and further behind
He wishes to be alone
Away from the...

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Categories: ant, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member CITY HAIKUS

This garden city
Concrete skyscrapers loom;
Greenery punctuate


Tree-lined avenues
Bourgainvillea clusters;
Traffic jam companions


Waltzing slowly
Overhead bridge;
Ant-people below


Old neighbourhood
Heartland community;
Ageing populace


Feeble old lady
Speeds on wheels;
Electric commotion


Playground
For small kids and big;
Noisy...

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Categories: ant, identity,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member In A Perfect World
Now, I grant you, I am just an ant
I get along with other ants
We make our home among the plants.
We work all day in harmony
A...

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Categories: ant, funny, happiness, nature,
Form: Free verse
The Face of the Buddha
( This poem is about the ' Killing Fields' of Cambodia, 1975-79,  where as many as 2 million people were murdered by the communist...

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Categories: ant, angst, bereavement, betrayal, corruption,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Absolute Truth, Judgment and Lies
The Damnable Sin of Self-righteousness.
All of our leaders have their different views of human rights.

Our leader has repeatedly resisted calls to assume the moral leadership...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ant, america, children, emotions, immigration,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Sweet Things
Why is sweetness a target for the buggiest frights?
Sweets do attract the sweet but
honey can come with a sting.
You see, the dern ants are in...

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Categories: ant, funnysweet, sweet,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Coward am I
Unlike most
I have been over there
Where life is nothing
Mummy and daddy blown in the air

Where little ones starve
Where big ones kill
Proclaiming is all Gods will
I...

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Categories: ant, beauty, introspection, poets, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Active Emotions
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The aardvark who was ashamed looked at the floor
The ant that was angry banged on the door
The bee who was bold ventured on a quest
The...

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Categories: ant, children, education,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member dead red cardinal
dead red cardinal
swarmed by sugar ant workers....
cat's supper consumed  ...

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Categories: ant, nature,
Form: Haiku
The Meaning of Life: Extinction or Transcendence
Since humanity first became a sentient species, aware of time, space and its own mortality, there has been only one question that matters:are we just...

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Categories: ant, appreciation, atheist, death, god,
Form: Prose
I'm Talking 'Bout Stingers
I guess I’m more accustomed to the modern sting these days;
the one that comes by e-mail or the phone.
They might hurt the pocket with the...

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Categories: ant, nature,
Form: Rhyme