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Best Dormouse Poems

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


Premium Member TIMID TIMMY DORMOUSE
Timid Timmy dormouse had a lovely home
But he was so sad and lonely; he didn’t want to be alone
He did some spring-cleaning so the house...

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Categories: dormouse, animal, fantasy, romance, , cute,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Daisy Dormouse
Daisy Dormouse

My dearest Daisy Dormouse,
will you invite me in for tea?
I seek your hand in Marriage,
what will your answer be?
Dear Sir, my heart you flatter,
but...

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dormouse, animal, cute love, fun, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Equinox
As the weather softly turns
Beckoning in the Equinox
Clusters of colourful bulbs
Dance and sway in the breeze
Eagles swoop up on thermals
Flying high until they are specks
Golden...

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Categories: dormouse, spring,
Form: Abecedarian
Premium Member The Life of A Field
The spring was on the way
time for the farmer to plough
straight lines running parallel
gleaming in the rich red loam

It had laid all winter waiting
now it...

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Categories: dormouse, farm, nature,
Form: Free verse
A walk in the Woods
The sun was high in the sky, so hot, so unbearable
as the heat bares down, making life, unlivable.

A walk in the woods amongst the trees
tall...

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Categories: dormouse, life,
Form: Couplet



A Lepid Swan
Gigantic gimmick a political gentlemen.
Genuflected genre mathematician gild fan.
Mirific misemploy a flamboyance rolling can.
Doxology douceur dormouse examplar excavator,
Agitator moisture nodulation a lepid swan....

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Categories: dormouse, epic
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Modern Ways versa Olden Ways
First let us take our friend the horse
a noble creature who serves us well
supplying us with a source of good compost 
ferrying us here and...

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Categories: dormouse, car, horse, house,
Form: Epic
Premium Member A single drop of dew captured in a buttercup
A single drop of dew
caught in a buttercup
Provides a welcoming d
first drink of the day
to  Ladybugs Dormouse
and busy shrew.



Peter Dome.copyright.2013. July....

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dormouse, animal, drink, flower, insect, nature,
Form: Free verse
Mabel's Fable


Mabel was so busy knitting baby things  she sold them at the fair
Used spiders webs as knitting wool or sometimes babies hair

Sent her friend...

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Categories: dormouse, children,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member THE ARTISAN'S RECOURSE
A mist is coming off the dishwasher sea,
Noon daylight is wearing thin,
A dormouse rustles last year’s leaves
The village sward shines verdant green
So much is done,...

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Categories: dormouse, life
Form: Verse
Hedgehog
Hare says I am far too slow 
Earwig says to crawl below
Dormouse says and also toad
Go with care when on a road
Eagle says be keen...

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Categories: dormouse, animals
Form: Acrostic
Gun Shot Alligators
gun shot alligators

scrambling fall dissolve slo-mo into mosaic pieces scraped together of the fishwife’s sawdust floor
sipping red neon earth quaked insecurity shakes when’ll the next...

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Categories: dormouse, dream, heart, howl, imagery, muse,
Form: Ballade
Tom's Tid Bits (Yet Again!)
How come they call it Labor Day when nobody works?
And why Pool-Table?  Where's the diving board?  the water?
How can you play "Draw-Poker" without...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dormouse, confusion, education, funny, mystery, on writing
Form: Burlesque
charismatically
A dormouse in a field bucket is very very happy. Such important information gained from the stale water and a legal beetle is buzzing in...

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Categories: dormouse, absence, appreciation,
Form: I do not know?
Ping PONG with eighty three dusters on a cloud
Sitting and waiting in a field full of olives is not a bad way to spend an hour but an hour can be long and...

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Categories: dormouse, baseball,
Form: I do not know?
RUNNING ROOFTOPS TO RUINATION
         RUNNING ROOFTOPS TO RUINATION

Long Island had raised me but the island wasn’t long enough
And everyday I...

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Categories: dormouse, angstme, graduation, me,
Form: Quintain (English)
genealogical genes grabbing golden geese
A high speed race with a puff ball is very very exciting. But kissing a bead is not that good if one has allergies to...

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Categories: dormouse, arabic, art, beautiful, bible,
Form: I do not know?
A study at dawn
Skylights warn and warm where acorns drip. The slight angle of acidity in the air can be measured accurately with a ruler or the nib...

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Categories: dormouse, age, angel,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Alice in Unreality Land
Alice in Unreality Land

Tweedle Dee was acting frivolously dumb,
Whilst Mock Turtle’s face sullen and glum.
Not unusually White Rabbit was late,
Alice grew large compressed in a...

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dormouse, character, confusion, nonsense, surreal, word play,
Form: Rhyme
gestational
The idiosyncracies of a diary entry is a zone of unauthorized review. And subsequent beatings of coconut trees can be viewed as no sport. But...

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Categories: dormouse, art, , cute,
Form: I do not know?
The Smarts And Dogged Callisthenics
The Smarts And Dogged Callisthenics...
Cannot Wall The Will Of Catapulting Mice

A titled unwritten poem requiring
little effort to dip and dive
I accidentally, inadvertently,
and unexpectedly scrolled up...

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Categories: dormouse, adventure, blessing, confidence, endurance, judgement, mountains,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Alice, What's Going On
Alice, did th' afternoon grow long an' dull; 
As your older sister did read an' mull? 
While in your mind, boredom grew- 
That you'd grown...

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Categories: dormouse, adventure, cat, children, fantasy, imagery, imagination,
Form: Couplet
Drink More Tea - Part 1
Then one day you ask Alice
And she whispers in your ear
There’s a special place built just for you
To misplace all your pain and fear
There’s a...

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Categories: dormouse, addiction, analogy, corruption, drug, journey, word
Form: Rhyme
And My Family's Still Asleep
Early alarm,
Set for the same time each day.
I awaken and stumble through the dark.

Eyes adjust,
Slowly opening and focusing.
I walk down the hall and hear the...

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Categories: dormouse, family, life, love,
Form: Rhyme
Attention
The boy was hopping
The girl was skipping
The baby was bouncing
While the man was kipping

The cat was pouncing
The dog was dancing
The music was bobbing
The sound was...

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Categories: dormouse, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme