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Best Hoppy Poems

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

The ' Hoppy Ban '

So sad..Hopping in and Out of one' s life....

It's Peter Rabbit for Pete's" sake...

He comes by each and every year...

For this they say we should...

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© kj force  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoppy, chocolate, day, easter, children, holiday, life,
Form: Prose Poetry

Hoppy Times
If women could stand up to pee
Oh how happy we all would be!
In half the time
She'd spend her dime
And then leave the seat up for...

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Categories: hoppy, culture, discrimination, endurance, funny, gender, humorous,
Form: Limerick
I like a beer that’s hoppy,
With a bitter, pungent bite.
I never drink ‘til sloppy,
So imbibing is all right.

But when I have my nightly brew,
I want...

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Categories: hoppy, drink,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hoppy Easter
Your Easter Bunny was very sweet
He took good care of our friends how Neat!
Maybe he was inspired by your songs
Hopefully we'll all get to sing...

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Categories: hoppy, funny, happiness, imagination, easter, easter,
Form: Verse
The Okapi
I went to the Zoo and saw an Okapi,
Unlike the Hare, he did no hippity-hoppy.
But, like his cousin the Giraffe,
It truly had to make me...

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Categories: hoppy, animals, cousin,
Form: Limerick

Dancin' at the Wagon Wheel
My ol' memory is hazy
And sometimes things don't seem too real;
But I can still recall the night
That I danced at the Wagon Wheel.

Well, seems I...

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© Glen Enloe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoppy, childhood, funny,
Form: Cowboy
Sleeping Kangaroo -Don Johnson-
sleeping         (( COLLABORATION * Don Johnson ))


The Nullabor it does abhor
the desert  in it...

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Categories: hoppy, animals, devotion, universe,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Unsung Heroes
What would Westerns be without Horses
Would our heroes be as well known
Without their equine companions
They’d chase the bad guys on their own.

Roy would be lost...

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Categories: hoppy, animals, cowboy-western
Form: Rhyme
To Beer
My father was my link to beer
And Rheingold was his brew.
That red and white can held the only
Lager that I knew.

As I grew up I...

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Categories: hoppy, drink, father,
Form: Rhyme
Good Old Black and White
When there’s just too much news
That has more wrongs than right—
I watch those old westerns
In good old black and white.

I’ll watch that Rocky Lane
Or that...

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© Glen Enloe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoppy, nostalgiaold, old,
Form: Cowboy
My Favorite Horse
The horses of my childhood
Do you remember too
Mr. Ed and Fury
Just to name a few
Roy had his Trigger
Dale had Butter Cup
They were stuffed and mounted

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Categories: hoppy, adventure, animals, childhood, cowboy-western
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Little Brown Rabbit
little brown rabbit
in a field of coyotes-
hoppy survivor...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoppy, animal, conflict, nature,
Form: Haiku
I Like
I like my earrings dangling.
I like my coffee hot.
I like to be real early;
(It’s too late if on the dot.)

I like my bagel seeded.
I like...

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Categories: hoppy, me,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Okapi
Some like to see bunnies, so hoppy,
with small twitching noses and floppy,
cute ears—or a llama,
the cause of such drama;*
but I’d rather see an okapi!

Stumped viewers...

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Categories: hoppy, animal, appreciation,
Form: Limerick
Black Tracker
Smell of fresh horse dung on the breeze,
Not far away, just north of here,
Keep walking on the rocky ground ,
No panic, yet no fear,

Palm island...

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Categories: hoppy, adventure, home, home, me,
Form: Ballad
A Tribute To Dad
When kids my age were searching for
Heroes, the likes of Roy Rodgers,
Gene Autry, Hoppy and John Wayne
I already had my idol.
A hero is supposed to...

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Categories: hoppy, father
Form: Verse
Gabby Hayes' Hat
Those days of faithful sidekicks have all but passed us by,
We’d rather watch car crashes or someone blown sky-high.
Playing the second fiddle was Gabby’s first...

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© Glen Enloe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoppy, childhood, cowboy-western, life, loss, nostalgia, world,
Form: Cowboy
Sleeping Kangaroo
The sleeping kangaroo The sleeping kangaroo took me into the abyss of sour grapes.~~~
a wildlife with wildfire turned over by the wildflower.~~~ Seascapes; full of...

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Categories: hoppy, adventure, universe,
Form: Ballad
Would you like an appetizer
Voices swarming from a room
High pitched and with synchronicity they loom

Constantly overwhelmed, I sit here and stew
Thank god for this hoppy brew

Stepping outside I beg...

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Categories: hoppy,
Form: I do not know?
snarling cup of coffee part one
I like to start my day with a hot cup of coffee   
I pound down the coffee   

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© jake aller  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoppy, drink, drug,
Form: Free verse
Cowboys Can't Be Pigeonholed
So you think you know just how us cowboys should behave
But listening to your jawing, I hear Chisholm spinning in his grave
A Cowboy who don’t...

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Categories: hoppy, cowboy-western, funny, life, old, drink, old,
Form: Cowboy
Dogpaddling the Styx
Dogpaddling the Styx

Dogpaddling cross the Styx
To be with old Tom Mix
But Charon was there 
Demanding he be paid
So an uppercut a bit
 sorta laid back...

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Categories: hoppy, adventureold, old,
Form: Ballad
Sheepy Goaty
Fluffy fluffy sheep sheep
Hoppy hoppy goat goat
Fluffy fluffy hoppy hoppy 
Let's go rent a boat boat.

Sheepy sheepy laugh laugh
Goaty goaty tap dance
Sheepy sheepy goaty goaty

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Categories: hoppy, animal, farm, fun, joy, kid, nursery
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member RAINBOW BELLS

Belittlement of sea and sky with blue
and green entitlement - unfocused lens
of stormy clime — the darkening of hue
in whites of shellacked eyes, aplomb...

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Categories: hoppy, love, sin,
Form: Sonnet
Blame It All On Willie
Willie Nelson broke our hearts
When he sang ‘bout them broke backs—
He should of stuck to cowboy
Heroes and that’s the derned facts.

Hoppy and Roy are turnin’

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© Glen Enloe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoppy, cowboy-western, funny, people,
Form: Cowboy