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Best Swatted Poems

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

Drawing Blood: Join In
There's a pesky mosquito hoverin' around our ears
If he keeps it up he'll soon be splattered in smears
T-Buzz tries to draw our blood
When he gets...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swatted, humorous, insect,
Form: Limerick

Baptism by fire
He squealed,
Like a pig in heat
Praising God for he believed

He sat, 2 years old 
And he looked at the lord
Drew an angels breath
Swatted a toy

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Categories: swatted, bird, celebration, cool, destiny,
Form: ABC
Two Bee Or Two Bee
Two bee or not two bee
swarming bout me bed
I swear for sure I swatted one
I sure hope she is dead

Oh no she must have gotten...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swatted, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
My neighbour her name is Matilda
She used to step out with a builder
She loved the exotic, but became quite neurotic
When his lovemaking no longer thrilled...

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Categories: swatted, humorous, sexy, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member PS: TAKE NOTE
 P.S.: Take Note
We are met again 
at the crossroads of delusions
reminiscing failed choices 
and broken promises;
here we stand once again 
in the vanity of...

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Categories: swatted, allegory, analogy, conflict, metaphor, political, scary,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Solomon Cook 1820-1900
Solomon Cook

1820 – 1900

It was a miracle. 
I entered this wicked world with
Mother’s umbilical wrapped around my neck like a noose,
Inside a cold cabin made...

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Categories: swatted, absence, death, eulogy,
Form: Epitaph
Having a Bad Day
Today I had the roughest day that I have ever had.
Of all the crazy, wacky ones, this day’s been really bad.
It started when I first...

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Categories: swatted, funny, imagination, day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ida Kincaid 1866 - 1903
Ida Kincaid

1866 - 1903

I was Ida Kincaid
Wife of Charles
And mother of a pernicious brood of five sinister sons.
My first born required eighteen hours of excruciating...

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Categories: swatted, death,
Form: Epitaph
Fault Lines Re-Drawn
There was a great asthenospheric disruption
Followed by parallel volcanic eruptions
There was a great, abrupt tectonic shift
In a moment, a million years of continental drift

The ground...

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Categories: swatted, allegory, corruption, creation, earth day, fear,
Form: Rhyme
I am no revolutionary
For mine is not an ideal
A noble statement
I ain’t gonna give a speech
No riling up crowds, riots
This ain’t no cause
No movement for...

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Categories: swatted, destiny, slavery,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Farm Auction
An unsophisticated feller attending an auction could find himself in a pickle!
The nuances, subtleties and gestures used in bidding could cost him a pretty nickel!

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Categories: swatted, funny
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Little Miss Poet and Spider
Little Miss Poet, Sat at her computer, typing the morning away.
Along came a spider, climbed down her screen, and frightened Miss Poet away.
Little Miss Poet,...

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Categories: swatted, adventure, computer, fantasy, funny, imagination,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Spinning Top Toddler
I still have faint memories of the day
When in our small living room I did play
A toddler of three, spinning on my head
Lord, why wasn’t...

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Categories: swatted, childhood, funny, sports
Form: Kyrielle
Spooky Night

Oh me Oh My a ghost
no ship but  I see coming a pirate
their breath the scent of candy
away they scramble with frightening cries
Look across...

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Categories: swatted, adventure, fantasy, funny, holiday, imaginationme,
Form: Sestina
Premium Member Santa and the Red-headed Stepchild
Hey fat man
 in the little red suit
All those little girls 
think your so cute
But ive known the truth now
 since i was over three

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Categories: swatted, childhood, christmas, red, , cute,
Form: Rhyme
My Last Poem
Will my last poem
be something simple,
like taking a final breath,
or will I have time to write 
something longer, say an
epic--for truly every life
ever lived has...

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Categories: swatted, allusion, beauty, death, happiness, poetry, prayer,
Form: Free verse
We were oh! So bored
With the war game on the net;
The other players fuzz-faced lads
Bent on slaughter.

Then we teleported to Freisland
And landed in his back-yard...

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Categories: swatted, adventure, computer-internet, time,
Form: Free verse
Flies Die By The Windows
I didn't ask for them to invade my prison-kingdom, 
Of zirconium, old oak and iron. 
Of wilting lavender on the windowsills.
For years I heard them...

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Categories: swatted, dark, death, introspection, loneliness, philosophy, psychological,
Form: Free verse
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: swatted, lonely,
Form: Blank verse
straighforward sassafras
straightforward sassafras
spicy surprise
give it to me hotter
i will return much more than the favor

the journeys we have made to get here
has had its bumps in...

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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swatted, emotions, firework, fun, good morning, good
Form: Free verse
Sweet Cornbread and Warm Comfort
I rested my weight on the dated metal green and white glider. I moved back and forth listening to the cracking sound that the glider...

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Categories: swatted, dedication,
Form: Narrative
church camp: Part I
church camp

while shopping with their mother on “good friday”
the kid got caught shoplifting & 
after being dragged into the secret room with the plain-clothed cop...

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Categories: swatted, life, christian, christian, good friday,
Form: Free verse
My hate and anger have become juxtaposed,
positive states of mind and likewise emotions:
I hate...

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Categories: swatted, america, anger, black african american, corruption,
Form: Sonnet
My Last Poem, revised
Will my last poem be something simple,
like taking a final breath, 
or will I have time to write
a much longer poem, an epic say, 

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Categories: swatted, allusion, death, faith, heaven, life, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Attack Of Roaches (Part 2)
It's now a month later. An invitation is sent to me; 
turning it down I reply, "Over my dead body!" 

He tells me the roaches...

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Categories: swatted, funnyhouse, me, friend, house, me,
Form: I do not know?