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Best Hooted Poems

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

The Owl and the Coyote
A lonesome coyote howled deep in the wood
And a MOST unwise owl somehow misunderstood
Oh, alas and alack!
She rashly hooted back
(And she hooted as hard as...

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Categories: hooted, funny, nature,
Form: Limerick

Premium Member Once Upon a Halloween in the 50's
The excitement mounted as we rummaged around in the attic looking through old steamer trunks for discarded clothes and props to make Halloween costumes. With...

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Categories: hooted, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative
Great Horned Owls
Many many moons ago
leaving the porch
of a south-facing canyon,
I hiked to a place 
where the foothills

Where the asphalt road
ran astride the reservoir lake
into which kingfishers

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Categories: hooted, marriage,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Route 66 - Part 2
“Rout 66” (Part 2)

The Wicked Old Witch stalked her, flying above 
on her revved up battered old  Peugeot Stick made from 
twigs and oderous...

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Categories: hooted, betrayal, courage, imagery, integrity, journey, loss,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Three Sister Owls
Last night I asked my sisters
Why they were not hooting
Little owl said no one missed her
She would hoot when she so suited

Middle owl asked why...

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Categories: hooted, humorous, imagination, night, sister,
Form: Personification

The World of Communication
When the first humans walked the earth,
They all huddled in droves,
Hooted and cried to warn of dangers,
Lurking in the mangrove,

Loud voices and echoes, conveyed a...

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Categories: hooted, analogy, appreciation, computer, hero, imagery, science,
Form: Ballad
Babbling Little Brook
for my precious granddaughter, Brooke
whom I hope one day will be able to talk again…

The babbling little brook ,
was enjoying the warmth of the autumn...

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Categories: hooted, environment, children, happiness, river, snow, water,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lunchtime at the Nursing Home

Hungry for munchies, on his way to the lunchroom, 
a rambunctious, persnickety,“fuss-budget”, elderly
jittery, fidgety, geezer, named Cassidy…
whose questionable dexterity, aghast by a massive sneeze,
teeter-tottered precariously....

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Categories: hooted, funny, people, old, old,
Form: Narrative

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Categories: hooted, animals, life, music, native american, naturemusic,
Form: Blank verse
Willington canal bridge, we hand in hand
our journey pausing briefly, nothing planned.
nearby an owl hooted to egg us on,
distracting the face that I gazed upon.

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooted, love,
Form: Acrostic
City morn
In utter exhaustion, the streetlamps bow their heads
As rats and bats below head to their beds.
The grill in the street exhales a plume, a sigh;

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Categories: hooted, city, life, morning,
Form: Rhyme
Surreal Nature
In the centre of the woods, I switched off my torch. Utter blackness. 
Wet branches drip-dropped onto my head. Fresh autumnal air blended with the...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooted, nature,
Form: Haibun
A Musical Alloy
The twittering of the birds singsonged by 
As the mum night kissed the new spousal dawn
The daybreak entity by the beadsmen allegiance
Pour forth by the...

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Categories: hooted, life, people, time, urban
Form: Free verse
Rotten bananas
They wandered through town, 
tan-skinned misfits hungry to get out 
of the cold embrace of the house,
searching for sunlight in all the 
wrong places. They...

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Categories: hooted, childhood, dad, family, father, father daughter,
Form: Free verse
Whispers Of Dawn
It was a short walk I intended to take
To while away time that I did not have
For I had lots on my mind and hands...

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Categories: hooted, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
One misty morning Grace came to my little house,
The drizzling clouds had soaked her purple blouse
And her rounded eyes sparkled with rain and lust;
I kissed...

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Categories: hooted, anger,
Form: Ballad
Missing Nick
What was missing in my life?

I lived many years without you,
not knowing what I was missing.

One day a surprise came to us
at an unexpected late-...

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Categories: hooted, family, love, sonhalloween, day,
Form: Free verse
laughter kills

Romania (laughter kills))

They hooted
When the dictator spoke 
They chortled
Giggles of utter contempt 
Then they shot him.


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Categories: hooted, funny,
Form: Burlesque
The Owl
The road from there to here I found not on a map,
Nor blueprint made to keep things mostly on a track.
It was early then, few...

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Categories: hooted, destiny,
Form: Sonnet
Two wheeled commuters with heads booted with helmets, dotted the highway;
The four wheeled rich hooted at pedestrians daring to cross their path,
While rental three wheelers...

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Categories: hooted, anxiety, confusion, funny, how i feel,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Mocked and Forgotten
Beneath an orange sky and huge rainbow, 
Mestor, free spirited son stops the flow 
over his dad Poseidon, 
God of the sea, rift widen 

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooted, fantasy, imagery, ocean,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Silly Fool
Mestor, son of Poseidon steady gaze
upon a dazzling mermaid saffron blaze.
Wind swept across her brunette
wet long hair, thoughts of a net
and human ways, hooted in...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooted, fantasy, ocean,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Heliotrome

by Stark Hunter

A fly with green translucent scales
Is bothering me to the brink of insanity! 
This irksome beast buzzes around my ears, 
My mouth and...

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Categories: hooted, lonely,
Form: Blank verse
I Looked For You
I looked for you down the hall
Just echoes call, 
photos on wall

I looked for you on my device
Your pic is nice, 
texted you twice

I looked...

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Categories: hooted, loneliness, love,
Form: Rhyme
On the day Tarit marched off to war,
he embraced fair Vekka, pledging fealty,
as her little sister Genki made faces and 
tugged at Vekka’s skirts, jealous....

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Categories: hooted, growing up, little sister, lost love,
Form: Free verse