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Best Termite Poems

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


Premium Member Termite
Hollow log resonates
ancient cultural undertow
termites work incessantly....

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© Uwe Stroh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: termite, beauty, destiny, nature,
Form: Haiku



Termite of time
Where am I? Where has my vision taken?
Away amidst the turbulent seas with safety of shore forsaken

Neither the days of grandeur remain, nor the blissful...

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Categories: termite, allegory, change, destiny, heartbroken, life, lost
Form: Ghazal
She Possesses Me
She possesses me like a fire possesses the devil
She possesses me like a Harley possesses its metal
She lures me like a child is lured to...

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© Rob Carter  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: termite, imagination, lust, psychological,
Form: Lyric
Hillbilly 7 Wonders
The 7 wonders of the world 
Is quite a sight to see
But it don't compare to what we have
In the hills of Tennessee

Uncle Zebs cow...

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© Larry Belt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: termite, funny
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Trump's Little 'Read' Book
 The book of Trump is little read for minions are just fools,
As dropouts in the school of life, they don't have any tools
That rise...

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Categories: termite, love, political,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member the souper star
Where can I go.
Following me like the black plague,
Droppings here and there for show.
----let them lie where they fall
after all
who is the big cheese
who is...

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Categories: termite, slam,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Train
Oh no! Train again!

Perched upon parallels of steel,
You roll your way on heavy wheels.
Thundering through town
With a rhythmic rattle and clickity-clack.
Your deep throat rumbles diesel...

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Categories: termite, inspirational, introspection,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Land of the Free
Oh, Land of the Free 
You have presumptuously deemed yourself the mouthpiece and policy maker 
Of the world
How overconfident
How impudent
Who makes you... 
  ...

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Categories: termite, allegory, history, mystery, philosophy,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Animal Antics
One ticket admission to my home  z o o!
SO many creatures, don’t know what to do-
a turtle and a bunny,
a stinky pug so funny,
a...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: termite, animal, pets, silly,
Form: Limerick
Let There Be Light
Ignite your heart and let there be light
When darkness of lust ushers love and peace take flight
The claws of wars and strife maul the face...

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Categories: termite, peace, people, philosophy, political, heart, heart,
Form: Rhyme
Spectacular- for contest
Stock-still in gold dawn light while many sleep,
perched, scanning, on abandoned termite heap.
Expectant, skin tingles as in cold breeze
contrasting with the stillness of the trees.
The...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: termite, animal,
Form: Acrostic
African Warrior
His skin is coated in red ocher,  
making it hard for his enemies  
to notice him midst termite mounds.  

He wears a...

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Categories: termite, adventure, africa, animal, culture,
Form: Narrative
PLAYER 1
I spit game proper, like a pro-batter, I got the right stroke
I work deals, like it's Black-Friday, I'm far from broke
I can't help but make...

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Categories: termite, humorous, life, men, metaphor, money, muse,
Form: Rhyme
PISTOL READY 1
Hood fellow, pull her hair like I do the trigger
Plenty of cash, don't care if she's a gold-digger
She broke-up with her ex and got me,...

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Categories: termite, humorous, life, men, metaphor, people, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Halloween Night in the Apple Orchard
Young Timmy saw Jim walking down the street.  Timmy considered a quick retreat, but steadied himself with a shrug.  Timmy dreaded the sight...

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Categories: termite, children, fear, scary,
Form: Narrative
TO A FRIEND THAT DIED
To a friend that died
How she cried…

Lamenting on her bed
She never wished this end.
It came as a rude shock
At a time on a strange clock
Like...

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Categories: termite, dark,
Form: Epitaph
Tireless Universe
Tireless Universe
                    by Odin Roark

Time defies...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: termite, philosophy, universe,
Form: Free verse
Pride
The old house stands still.
Rot has set in.
A flying termite caught in the webs of a dead spider, sway to the shrill of a ceiling...

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Categories: termite, allegory, corruption, culture, home, political, ,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Too much Strife
You are just too young to be my age
every weekend, I rest on the beach
you are still single, I am engaged
if it is otherwise, nature...

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Categories: termite, adventure, anxiety, dark, deep, depression, slavery,
Form: Sonnet
Cauldron Bubbles
The cauldron bubbles
With blackest of black
Boiling over the rim 
Thick and tar-like liquid
As putrid fumes fill the air
It gags you, chokes you
Making you wonder
What is...

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Categories: termite, hope, life
Form: Free verse
African Warrior
His skin is coated in red ocher,  
making it hard for his enemies  
to notice him midst termite mounds.  

He wears a...

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Categories: termite, adventure, africa, animal, culture, imagery, nature,
Form: Narrative
Sorrow
O my love and passion!
And looks and glamour’s obsession
May you know upfront!
From teeth of time’s termite
Spared alone is sorrow
...

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Categories: termite, life, love, passion,
Form: Tanka
Rain
I        smelled rebirth           as    ...

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Categories: termite, africa, beauty, childhood, imagery, mystery, nature,
Form: Free verse
My Exotic Pet
Finally retiring down to sunny Tampa,
and moving into an old house,
noticed there was a bad termite problem
which I had to trouble shoot somehow,
my neighbor being...

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Categories: termite, humor, pets,
Form: Light Verse
Time will tell
Why did our fathers’ fence fell
And the fortunes of our motherland thrown into the well?
-Like a veteran midwife with the history of abortions
 We have...

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Categories: termite, depression, inspirational, passion, political, sympathy
Form: Verse