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Best Hornbills Poems

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


Ode to My neighbour The Woodpeckers
By Sashi. Prabhu(zeauoxian) 1/3/2012.

Often, I glimpse from my roof top garden, leftward,
From the sedentary swing but I know the descent of woodpeckers have soared.

From the...

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Categories: hornbills, friendship, happiness, life, social, me, tree,
Form: Rhyme



Change
I rose to the sing-song of 
a hornbill
Engaging my morning wrath
in a tease
I graced a sleepy track
with hazy youthful turns
and endless dreamy twists
that end on...

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Categories: hornbills, change,
Form: Bio
The New Couple
My legs took me to witness a dream I fear to narrate.
My eyes saw them coming like a white dove.
My mouth hung open because my...

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Categories: hornbills, africa, anxiety, happiness,
Form: Narrative
WITH RAIN CAME LOVE
WITH RAIN CAME LOVE
Cool breeze
Cumulus clouds
Breeze solidifies,
Drizzling
Monsoon rain
White threads move to
Heavy shower.
Rain smiles
And with rain came love.
Long journeys
Longing leaning on his back
In the valley
Where meteors...

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Categories: hornbills, lost love, rain, water, love, rain,
Form: Prose Poetry
A Day Out
All days shaped to it's activities
Bored says the cabin of lodge
Signals wanes no distress call for happiness
Farther amidst green shades hornbills call
And "hey" asuaging the...

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Categories: hornbills, adventure, courage, dark, day,
Form: Free verse



Brothers
(for Columbus)

In this season of hornbills and sesame grains,
Your colors become sharper than war cries.
In this season of brow-antler-deers and new rice,
Our colors become bloody...

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Categories: hornbills, birth, blessing, books, break up, bullying,
Form: I do not know?
OMENS AND WINGS
Random thots
Two hornbills
On a grevillea tree
I look at them eat seed
They soar noisily onwards
Towards the next seedy tree
Send pigeons I had asked Of
Hornbills problems am...

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Categories: hornbills, extended metaphor, word play,
Form: Imagism