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Best Echidna Poems

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

Premium Member Echidna and Platypus Besties
The echidna and the platypus were friends.
They both had a teeny tiny secret, one and the other.
The sweet platypus had venom on his ends.
He was...

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Categories: echidna, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Echidna Gives Me Lots of Advice
Echidna was giving me lots of advice
Giving it hard, expertly, and at least thrice 
Encouraging me to go to a dentist now
Warning me as only...

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Categories: echidna, 3rd grade, 4th grade,
Form: Light Verse
Pig a billa
Pig a billa

Good tucker is ol pig-billa,
Porcupine Echidna hey,
Favourite food of Aboriginals,
Has him own spears anyway,

Track him cross the hot red sand,
Which way does he...

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Categories: echidna, adventure,
Form: Ballad
Kangaroo To The Rescue
A young cyclist called Jimmy Pike,
Famous for riding his cross-country bike,
Hit an echidna, his tire went flat,
Stopping his long trek,there he sat,
I think he might...

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Categories: echidna, children, funny,
Form: Limerick
living loving, then the leaving,
passing through deaths back door,
different colors same ol speaker,
never dead 4 nevermore.

been so many times the planet,
wore a petticoat for sure,

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Categories: echidna, adventure, me,
Form: Ballad

It was the day of 
dead patriarch.  
I was fondling an echidna.

The home was 
carried away in the-
storm. Must find a broom.

On the remains-...

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Categories: echidna, art,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Kid

Spiky hair,
brittle waves,
spiny Anteater,

A kid
growing up
The long tongues
of children
gibe him sharp.

Tumbleweed in the schoolyard.
Can’t tread him down.
Hurts are on the surface
like frozen
alphabet spaghetti.

Thorns and barbs,

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Categories: echidna, poetry,
Form: Free verse
They call her Mother!!
Ingrained care 
besought her every step.
Standing before Judges and Kings,
her chivalry sought to escape her.

She might not be 
an everyday queen 

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Categories: echidna, caregiving, children, mom, mother,
Form: Didactic