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Best Wallaby Poems

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


PADEMELON (SMALL WALLABY)
You’ll find the Pademelon
Beneath the rainforest trees
As they hop in search of food
In the cool of the evening breeze
...

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Categories: wallaby, nature
Form: I do not know?



Jake the Wallaby
Jake the wallaby liked to hop
Especially when it was to the shop
With his Mum on Saturday 
To the Mall they hopped away

The supermarket was a...

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Categories: wallaby, children, fruit,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member SQUEEZING THE WALLABY
Intelligence Tests are completely delusional 
Designed by boffins for other boffins 
Idiots with nothing better to do 
People who want a badge
People that play with...

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Categories: wallaby, confusion, education, for teens, funny, growth,
Form: Free verse
The Billabong
There’s an old river course with beginning and end,
now the river runs straight without this river bend,
where the water is still and the reeds do...

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Categories: wallaby, nature,
Form: Rhyme
BLUE MOUNTAINS GULLY
Yellow crops of sandstone,
Jagged mountain peak,
Red display of waratahs,
A meandering bush creek.

White display of flannel flowers,
Bottlebrush with orange cones,
Beautiful fronds of tree ferns,
Blue gums with...

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Categories: wallaby, nature,
Form: Verse



On the Other Side

Beyond the blue ... 
sailing past the farthest tearful kiss blown
Hoping for clear skies ahead,
as my Aussie eyes see wallaby clouds
joyfully jumping by

From Perth to...

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Categories: wallaby, happiness, joy, perspective, places,
Form: Romanticism
HOME
 HOME. By Ted Bundy

There is a place not far from here where purple maggots are the size of deer, pink frogs are there wearing...

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© Ted Bundy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wallaby, animals,
Form: Prose Poetry
Hippety Hoppity
Hippety Hoppity
Willowby Wallaby
Bound for Austral-i-a
Land he called home

Hadn’t the money so 
Aerodynamically 
Rode on the wing, but then
Wound up in Nome




Double Dactyl written for The...

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Categories: wallaby, funny
Form: Double Dactyl
NHANDI
     I know of, and I rest in awe of the illimitable greatness of the river Congo, and the Yangtze.
 ...

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Categories: wallaby, granddaughter,
Form: Free verse
Captured by the Creek
Like a drug of dependence, this will keep me coming back
out along the Sardine Creek, walking on a wombat track.
I should know every cranny and...

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Categories: wallaby, nature, water, drug,
Form: Rhyme
Adam loved Eve
Once there was a man named Adam
He walked around very alone
Until a loneliness made him fathom
A name for all of these animals
Would truly make this...

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Categories: wallaby, fantasyeve, time,
Form: Narrative
A Wonderful Thing
A Wonderful Thing

    What a wonderful thing is an elephant,
    He is savvy and witty and eloquent,
  ...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wallaby, animal,
Form: Verse
God Bless The Tourists
Bloody streuth look out mate here they come
The Tourists Downunder to have some fun
Clickin’ their cameras, looking goggle eyed
While out in the hot sun getting...

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Categories: wallaby, satire, old, image, old, , cute,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Billabong
They were gathered round the billabong
to try to work things out
but all that was being emitted was
a right Caxton of sounds

All were jabber, jabber
and some...

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Categories: wallaby, animal, bird, nature,
Form: Free verse
PIECES OF THE WHOLE
What Kim can do in Katmandu,   
Ken can do in Kankakee.           
What Tim...

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Categories: wallaby, children, peace, people, philosophy, places, home,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Three Double-Dactyls
I.

Higgledy piggledy
Roger de Coverley
Fonder of hoofing it
Than of romance

Found himself typified
Characteristically
King of the Reels and the
Lord of the Dance.  

II.

Willety wallety
William the Conqueror
Wanted his...

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Categories: wallaby, dance, history, humorous, nonsense, poetry, word
Form: Double Dactyl
OOniversal OO
OOOniversal oo

Frightened tepid antisocial ant was football training avidly but failing to attend a fragrant tailor army. Oh dear. That was sure to be put...

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Categories: wallaby, absence, adventure, angst, anti bullying, anxiety,
Form: I do not know?
fermentation of mulberries
A timed lesson in diameter of dialogue is akin to eating a vast amount of bean. But buttering a heron should never really be performed...

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Categories: wallaby, assonance, autumn, bible,
Form: I do not know?
Dramatic dreams dare dingos
Malnourishment is the song from the pans whose empty hold could offer no more products to be boiled and whirled. They were quite sad having...

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Categories: wallaby, appreciation, art, bangla,
Form: I do not know?
ANIMAL ALPHABET
Hear my special child’s alphabet features
Eagerly, he mumbles with sheer delight
a-ape; b-bear; c-cat… dear God’s creatures!

D-dove; e-eagle; f-falcon… birds of great flight
g-goat; h-horse; i-impala…all in...

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Categories: wallaby, 1st grade, appreciation, child, christian, god,
Form: Terza Rima
CAULIFLOWERS CALLING ring ring ring
Trumpeting cauliflowers never blow eggs backwards onto a postal stamp. So never kick a cabbage to a kerb. Oh watch now. All drive safely. Harmonics...

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Categories: wallaby, allah, allegory, angel, anti bullying, art,
Form: I do not know?
the peeling of snails in a queue
The sheer art of peeling a snail is akin to rubbing moth balls in one's eyes. To feel and sense with such ambidextrous wisdom is...

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Categories: wallaby, autumn, beach,
Form: I do not know?
They Were Dying, Part 5 of 7
(Director John Huston had, previously to
this shoot, killed an elephant under
controversial circumstances.  Here he
discusses his cast and crew.  "Wallaby"
is his nickname for Eli...

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Categories: wallaby, film,
Form: Free verse
dill
Oesophagus is an appetite yet is it appropriate? Well in some cases it is merely only a handful of peanuts that shroud an already crowded...

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Categories: wallaby, august,
Form: I do not know?