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Best Crawdad Poems

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

And so, the homeless have a stake
somehow, the Lord of angels states
to do it unto me ~ my sake
offensiveness I can remake!

A tone, a gesture...

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Categories: crawdad, abuse, community, discrimination,
Form: Monorhyme

Crawdad Pie
A barefoot boy on an old dirt road
Kicking dust up as he went
His lips all puckered, whistling a tune
He was happy and content 

He carried...

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Categories: crawdad, childhood,
Form: Quatrain
Lived in Tyler when I was ten
And not too far from my home
Was a creek in an open field
I often played there alone

The creek was...

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Categories: crawdad, nature, me,
Form: Quatrain
Look at Me
I am 
A curious seahorse
Of copper and evergreen
Skittering past
Gaping jaws
Of a killer whale

An angry crawdad
Clicking my 
Castanet claws
At sandaled toes 
Gliding by

A scrambled message
On a...

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Categories: crawdad, angst,
Form: Blank verse
Finding Me
I’m from toy cars and mismatched Barbie shoes.
I’m from bike races down the one road where no unpadded limb was safe.
I’m from a Sunday carpool...

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Categories: crawdad, appreciation, i am,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To the Mall

A funny thing happened on the way to the mall
It came in the form of a...

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Categories: crawdad, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
~ (~) ~ ""Hold On!"" ~ (~) ~ (Part #3 of 4) ~ (~) ~
The generous character-carried-by them good-old-girls-and boys down-home country-copper-
roof-all filled-up-silos-wheat-turbines waiting ready outside the barn deer-skins pegged down 
low the greater-story askant-of curiosity carrying the pureness...

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© James Long  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: crawdad, inspirationaltime,
Form: Prose Poetry
The winged warrior upon the willows course Part 1
We ran through shallow waters and we would chase the dead, Where little shadows ran backwards, hiding under rocks      ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: crawdad, childhood, freedom, growing up,
Form: Free verse