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Best Houseflies Poems

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

Husband killed eight houseflies, 
four males and four females he said.
How come you knew!? His wife asked
Males  were on sugar females on the mirror

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Categories: houseflies, husband, wife,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member A Sign of Winter
Houseflies are dying...
A sign from Mother Nature.
She'll bring Winter soon....

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Categories: houseflies, autumn, insect, nature, november, obituary, seasons,
Form: Haiku
open defecation
I bow my head down in compunctions and in shame
For a contributory factor I had been to that which I blame
Oh Yes indeed I take...

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Categories: houseflies, children, dedication, education, environment, food, hope,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member A Modern Love Story
In scratchy swales emitting Clorox gas,
Matador houseflies cross paralyzed eyes;
A kaleidoscope scene where jagged glass
Cracks beneath footsteps of love’s promised lies;

Forgotten by choice through hell-flickered...

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Categories: houseflies, loneliness, lost,
Form: Sonnet
Feast of Chaos
The undertaker prepped him voguishly
Like there was a party six feet below
The earth where anosmic maggots
Were tamed by steep fragrance

He is dead, he is dead

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Categories: houseflies, farewell, strength, violence,
Form: Free verse

What It Would Take
To lift you and fly you away

Five million houseflies: To help you take flight
Four hundred thirty seven thousand Honeybees: That hopefully wouldn’t sting
Sixty five thousand...

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Categories: houseflies, nature,
Form: Imagism
The sky--
black treacle trapped in tar pits
dripping from a mastiff's jowls, or
one thousand million foolish houseflies
drowning in a single paper trap, maybe
a sprawling anti-Elysia, the...

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Categories: houseflies, introspection, nature,
Form: Free verse
i wish  ,  i fly ...................
but  i  have  no  wings  !
why  , have  not...

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Categories: houseflies, feelings, poems,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Spring Draws Nigh

Warm winds sweep the land of snow 
where patches of green grass show.
And the ice Queen ends her reign
as Her cold spells ebb and wane.


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Categories: houseflies, 10th grade, 11th grade, april, image,
Form: Jueju