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Best Boa Poems

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

Feather Boa
all eyes on me as

boa hangs over my breast -

center stage effect

14 July 2015
Feather Contest 
Sponsor: SKAT A

image credit: gatsby1...

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© KP Nunez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: boa, imagery, sexy,
Form: Senryu

Premium Member Boa
Like a boa constrictor
the intimations of mortality
remind me every day
not to take a backwards breath,
to keep my lungs filled
to the deepest point,
be open to the...

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Categories: boa, allegory
Form: Free verse
Yield not, but know
Ash - grey chemised
she shifts her shape
as silver flakes float coat
stripped naked places, 
sheath curves and angled spaces
Angry glitter tingle stings
thick earth skin with prickly...

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Categories: boa, natural disasters,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Aspiration

Antoine had crashed once again when tempting the desert
Freedom fighter laureate poet daredevil testing the call of


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Categories: boa, hope,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member LOVE IS
Love is the cacophony of life,
the stillness of your lover’s breath in sleep,
the boa constrictor hug of a grandchild,
and the outstretched arms of Christ.


2nd place/multiple...

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Categories: boa, love,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Childish Heart
1. To the clear bidding for one, a mug wump it stands
showcasing mouthwatering care but with dirty hands
for trophy, for lust, all in a virulent...

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Categories: boa, adventure, betrayal, boy, character,
Form: Lyric
Privy Call
So here's a who's who is the Zoo,
Sue the snake petter, that's who,
She was hugged by the Boa Constrictor,
Who could eat her but only licked...

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Categories: boa, funny
Form: Limerick
Drop Dead Gorgeous


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Categories: boa, bird, fashion,
Form: Haiku
Miss So and So

She’s so neg neurodegenerative,
so womb retro Neanderthal

Her backward moving bellow decisions
aren’t thoroughly modern mellow

Got lip kicker high heels
that testosterone neuter kills

Miss So and So
loves to...

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Categories: boa, dark, image, slam, word
Form: Burlesque
Premium Member If I Were an Igloo
If I were an igloos I would be different than the others, 
more flamboyant.
Painted in rainbow colors, 
I would play hip hop music, and I...

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Categories: boa, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Shark Owns Me
Shark, the contortionist cat, is sitting catty-wampus today.
His head is north, paws west, crossed in a weird southwestern way.
Wearing his glitzy tiara and a feathered...

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Categories: boa, 4th grade, 5th grade,
Form: Rhyme

Here on the dance floor ready to begin.
My turquoise sequined gown
just meets my shin.

I love the feathered boa that
encircles my neck.
I look as stunning and...

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Categories: boa, baseball, beautiful, confidence, dance,
Form: Couplet

Wisteria winding along its trunk,
weaving a way to the sun —
squinting with anticipation.

The tree wrapped tight —
squeezed with a wisteria boa.
His only escape is to...

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Categories: boa, age, imagery, tree,
Form: Personification
Premium Member We are Not the Romantic Types
The words are spinning, twirling, dancing, laughing
Throwing my imagination into the air, letting it drop with a plop
A rhyming poem? No. That is not what...

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Categories: boa, humorous, muse,
Form: Light Verse
Animal Magnetism
A pet more exotic I'd wanted.

A pet to be groomed and then flaunted.

not a dog or a cat

something cooler than that!

I began my search feeling...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: boa, animal,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Animal Magnetism
A pet more exotic I'd wanted.
A pet to be groomed and then flaunted.
Not a dog or a cat -
Something cooler than that!
I began my search...

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Categories: boa, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Challenge Of Eating French Onion Soup
My favorite dining place in town is a place called La Baguette.
'Tis a quaint French café and I haven't found its equal yet.
They serve the...

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Categories: boa, food, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
My Uncle Gladys
Have you heard about my renowned uncle, Gladys
Who by sexual makeup had an Aunt’s status.

Well, he or she, you can use whatever you want;
Like I...

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Categories: boa, family, funny,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Premium Member air
oh the distill
to fly the sky
I saw a garbage bag in the clouds

how could it makes it so hight
as I dropping my arms and legs

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Categories: boa, absence,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Premium Member Modus operandi of psychopaths and sociopaths
Modus Operandi of psychopaths and sociopaths

They are all around us, seeking to destroy us,
if not to kill us, to maim us, for life
physically, mentally, emotionally

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Categories: boa, betrayal, bible, corruption, horror,
Form: Narrative
An invitation arrives to my first dance
I'm hoping for some sweet romance
But I haven’t got a stitch to wear
Hope I find some creative flair

Top hat...

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Categories: boa, clothes, dance, romance,
Form: Rhyme
My shy wife was a princess of Babazoa


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Categories: boa, nonsense,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Flotsam

The debris strewn along the beach
Splintered boat so much out of reach
Slewed and scattered across the sand
Blue and red wood still to hand

Imagination running wild

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Categories: adventure, boat, ocean, sea,
Form: Rhyme
My Beautiful Kenya
A nonchalant summers breeze seeps silent through a window 
Left ajar 
Carries soft memories scent of 
Warm kenyan musk air 
Which rests in a deep...

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Categories: boa, holiday, nostalgia,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member An Odd Group
We meet once a week, an odd group of poetic friends-
Hannah is from Atlanta and wears a bandana,
Abraham always says hello ma'am to me quietly,...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: boa, humor,
Form: Acrostic