Get Your Premium Membership

Best Aphid Poems

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


Disaster Preparedness
an aphid on a
leaf.  hold on with all your might!
a storm is coming!...

Read More
Categories: aphid, funny, introspection, life, nature,
Form: Haiku



Premium Member Garden Fruit
Today I picked the garden fruit,
To make complete a tasty meal;
And came across an aphid brute.
Today I picked the garden fruit,
Beside my house of holes...

Read More
Categories: aphid, garden,
Form: Triolet
Jabberwocky Redux
Jabberwocky Redux
 
                  After reading too much Aquinas
...

Read More
Categories: aphid, confusion
Form: Free verse
Insectica
The evil Black Widow hatched a wicked plan.

Using a willy worm for weather control,

she could crush the ants empire in her hand.

Just by sending flooding...

Read More
Categories: aphid, animals, fantasy, funny, soldier,
Form: Sonnet
Walmart
Walmart
I despise you

The flea on the dog
Aphid in the garden
Disease that turns into plague

Wasn't to pleased we did business with you
Was out of my control,...

Read More
© Lynn Dolly  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aphid, angst, business, business,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member GRASP THE NETTLE
Soup and greens,beer and tea
buttlerfly young just love me,
aphid trap and liquid feed
ladybird heaven,yes indeed!
I love phosphate & nitrate soil
such versatility reduces toil,
my leaves quicken...

Read More
Categories: aphid, food, health, naturelove,
Form: Verse
Let Any Agnostic Provide a Reply
Let Any Agnostic Provide a Reply

		After reading too much Aquinas

Would an aphid reside in an onager’s ear
if the onager’s master spoke Twi?
Or a Gascony scop...

Read More
Categories: aphid, faith
Form: Free verse
Garden Guard

Marigolds, the tint of molten sun,
Battled with the aphid horde, and won,
Routing them with pungent, putrid stink,
Beautiful to see…not smell…I think.
...

Read More
© Steve Eng  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aphid, nature
Form: Verse
A SUNNY AUGUST DAY
I have just been confounded by nature on so many counts. I have been commenting on bumblebees not being seen in any quantity over most...

Read More
Categories: aphid, nature,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Light Wings and Gossamer Black





"Light Wings and Gossamer Black"



tears of all the lost years 
ghosts' pearls falling softly gossamer black

caressing your sad heart’s crimson 
its bleeding broken beautiful cracks

a...

Read More
Categories: aphid, dark, gothic, romance,
Form: Romanticism
Animals are my prime favorites, how about you?
I like cute dogs, poofy dogs, goofy dogs,

Wiggly Giggly Barking dogs, quiet dogs too,

Smart dogs, silly dogs, crazy dogs, lazy dogs,

Large agressive guarding dogs,

Those are...

Read More
Categories: aphid, animals, children, funny, pets,
Form: I do not know?
lucidity
i was a child, pushing aphids into and popping them under my fingernails, letting their green corpses gather like dirt before sucking my fingertips clean.
my...

Read More
Categories: aphid, addiction,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Easterly
Bouquets of eastern starlings, raving. 
Reaching out, fledgling saving,
The garden sloth of heaven's hues    
Living in a bath of saffron dews.

Darkend the...

Read More
Categories: aphid, art, bible, christian, death,
Form: Lyric
Pest Aside
Political standards are falling
To a point some say is appalling
The Elephant said:
"You've got to wear red
And knock on their door, "Aphid calling"!...

Read More
Categories: aphid, humor,
Form: Limerick
The Big Crunch Hypothesis
The Big Crunch Hypothesis 

in times past it all had felt so distant
I was an aphid in an unkempt garden of eden
and my eyes, they...

Read More
Categories: aphid, feelings, growth, i love
Form: Free verse
Do You Have A Garden That You Really Love
June 10, 2020

Do you have a garden that you really love?
One that you don’t mind digging in?
You don’t even mind if the Ladybugs eat it
That...

Read More
Categories: aphid, cousin, earth day, environment,
Form: Verse
Wheat Plants
Like soft green grasses we have grown,
Less than halve we have our self shown;
Our heads happily swaying in the air,
Physique painting fields in green color;
At...

Read More
Categories: aphid, nature,
Form: Free verse
Humid
The night ended in smoke.

Sleepwalking fumes 
          rolled over the park,
perambulated in groggy circles,
then got stuck...

Read More
Categories: aphid, poetry,
Form: Free verse