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Best Chickadee Poems

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

Premium Member Chickadee
By Valerie D. Staton

Outside my window in a maple tree,
I saw the most beautiful Chickadee;
Seated on a bough, the little songbird,
Sang the sweetest song I’d...

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Categories: chickadee, bird, flying, leaving, song,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Chickadee - edited

retweets of alarm -

owls in the vicinity . . .


Jan. 18, 2021
for Tania Kitchin's A Cardinal, Blue Jay, Or Chickadee Haiku Poetry Contest

(had to totally...

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Categories: chickadee, bird,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member She Was But a Chickadee
she was but a chickadee 
small but mighty 
with a soaring heart 
that included everyone
flying in the sun she felt her strength
loaning it out to...

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Categories: chickadee, god,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member chickadee

chickadee in tree
gaily busy with hatchlings~
insects shy away


A Cardinal, Blue Jay, Or Chickadee Haiku Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Tania Kitchin...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: chickadee, bird,
Form: Haiku
The Chickadee
Outside the house the chickadee
Is calling out to me
Flitting in and out of trees
Living life so free
God's creation for you and me
An example for us...

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Categories: chickadee, nature, religion,
Form: Rhyme

Chickadee Symphony
Tiny winged creatures
flit from tree to tree
perch on tree branches
preening breast feathers
wee plump bodies

Fee fee-fee fee
delicate songs
bird orchestra
they serenade

Feathered friends
we listen

Fee fee
sweet song


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Categories: chickadee, animals, music, naturetree, tree,
Form: Diminished Hexaverse
The Shoe Store Bantering
She jiggled like pink jello into the store
with platinum blonde hair and red rouge on her face
the shoe clerk mumbled it must be 1950's day

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Categories: chickadee, funny love, silly,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member MY HEART SINGS

My heart sings lines of poetry
Inside my head I dance carefree
The grass is cool between spry toes
Serene adrift a purple rose
How summer days so quickly...

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Categories: chickadee, fantasy, freedom, heart, nature,
Form: Rondeau
Spring Easter Haiku
the chickadee tweets
I eat my breakfast
without an egg

wings flutter 
upon melting icicles
first glimpse of Spring

Grandma's garden
a missing rose lay
on her stone

Incense wafts
amongst the silent...

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Categories: chickadee, beauty,
Form: Haiku
Haiku 004 at the Spring farm
the chickadee tweets

i eat my breakfast

without an egg...

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Categories: chickadee, pets,
Form: Haiku
Alarm Bells
breaking the silence 
natures wake up call...

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Categories: chickadee, bird, morning,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Birds of Youth Released
My sweetest cravings, fledglings in a nest,
were held up high; into the air released
by eager hands of mine.  A world to test
was mine before...

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Categories: chickadee, nostalgia,
Form: Sonnet
The colorant of dawn, the cardinal sees,
intoning its hues with, “pretty...pretty...pretty.”

As I covet red feathers, in the teaberry tree,
the sunlit chickadee harmonizes, “hey sweetie.”

The woodpecker...

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Categories: chickadee, bird,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Spring has Arrived with Joy
Clap your hands, sing with joy for warm spring is here.
Swallows are the first to arrive now the sky is clear,
Purple Martins perform aerial acrobatics

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Categories: chickadee, spring,
Form: Rhyme
A Chickadee flies from tree to tree,
an eagle soars over big blue skies,
Oh to be a bird to fly so free,
Where another dips and then...

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Categories: chickadee, beauty, bird, creation, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member red-yellow cardinals
red-yellow cardinals

red cardinals flock
 perch on budding maple branch ~
  gold cardinals strut

Contest: Cardinal, Blue Jay, Chickadee Haiku
Sponsor: Tania Kitchin...

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Categories: chickadee, bird,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Soften Our Brutal World
early morning....

I watch a chickadee perch on my bay leaf tree,
dropping down to sip water from my birdbath

next to the tiny cherub angel, leg extended

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Categories: chickadee, life
Form: Free verse
Premium Member OVER FIELDS OF MARIGOLD - a sunset lullaby

Hush little baby, my little chickadee
Listen you’ll hear the symphony
As I gently rock my baby to sleep
Counting sheep with Little Bopeep

Singing you this lullaby my...

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Categories: chickadee, angel, baby, children, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Stand Here

I stand here
A chickadee at my feet
With the dogs content to sniff about
I stand here and I wait

One by one more of them come out

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Categories: chickadee, appreciation, beautiful, bird,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Simple Again

The cold rain keeps on pouring day to day
I can only tolerate dismal views so long
Waiting for things to clear and sun to shine
Is it...

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Categories: chickadee, bird, time, weather,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member cardinal
red bird of winter
crimson feathered male waiting ~
bird feeder crowded

January 18, 2021

Copyright Protected, ID 01-1321-938-18
All Rights Reserved, 2021, Constance La France

Written for the Standard...

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Categories: chickadee, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Shy Answer Troll in Sycamore Tree
The shy answer troll in the sycamore tree
Refused to come out for the chickadee.
So we sent our best fairy named sweet pie.
Her wand carved a...

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Categories: chickadee, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member among the rows
there is a lull of stillness
a hush of soothing calm and tranquility
and a thousand birds chirping 
among the rows
and rows of graves and graves
and quiet...

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Categories: chickadee, peace,
Form: Free verse
Avian Request
A chickadee flew up to me
And chirped out a request -
Please fill the backyard feeder
‘Fore I head back to my nest.

I had indeed put out...

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Categories: chickadee, bird,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Melancholy

I stand beside these tangled roots
of this ever changing clock-wood tree. 
Where streams of ink, like dander fluff,
cling to my pen in congealed thought.
I will...

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Categories: chickadee, confusion, death, depression, family,
Form: Free verse