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Birds And The Bees Poems

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Premium Member FIGHT FOR YOUR FUTURE
Fight for your future.
Nothing is sure.
Stand up and tell them
you want water that’s pure.

Fight for your future.
You need to be seen.
Stand up and tell them 
you want air that’s clean.

Fight for your future.
Sometimes you have to be rude.
Stand up and...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, earth, environment, future, youth,
Form: Free verse



To Conner, With Love
I know you don’t want to hear it
But one day you WILL 
look up and think, 
“Dammit Mom”
And then notice the rose-gold
Of a sunset

Just like I’m
Always taken by surprise 
At how your eyes
Can change from green 
to dusty gold then...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, boy, childhood, family, growing up, high school,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Crimson Waves Flow, As From A Red Rose, From Sonnet Triples
Crimson Waves Flow, As From A Red Rose,
    (From Sonnet Triples)

In Time, its eternally winding winds
therein flows a grace not to be denied
Earth, Mother Nature, oft man's truest of friends
are tears of joy when in purest Love...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, analogy, creation, imagery, imagination, inspiration, life, writing,
Form: Sonnet
Free
I want to be free, with the birds and the bees,
Singing my offkey remedy
Of their beautiful melody.
Let me fly 
High above the sometimes gray but more often blue sky,
Let me soar along with the wind,
Each gale sweeping me closer and...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, 11th grade, angst, suicide,
Form: I do not know?
Greens
I am writing a poem today
About the birds and the bees
And the resonating trees.

Of how the morbidity of fate
Fights with the heavenly gates
And creates a burrow in
The galactic plates.

Nevertheless one of these days 
I will receive a letter 
From my...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, adventure, age, america, analogy, anniversary, appreciation, baseball,
Form: Ghazal



Natures Ringtone
Away from the cities, far off beaten roads.
Stillness surrounds, the quiet humble abodes.

The webs, the dens, the warrens and the nests.
Step over the threshold, be natures guest.

Yonder the footpath and over the fences.
Away from the chaos and human pretences.

Clamber over...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, autumn, nature, water,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Gnostic Thirst

The Lord is never threatened by the devil's ability to deceive and destroy,                           ...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, 10th grade, bible, christian, god, longing,
Form: Free verse
Melody though the air
Melody through the air
...............
Fly through the flowers than up to the tree 
Sit on the Branch the one facing me
Spread out your wings 
I’m ready to sing
Let’s do a duet and sing pretty things
We’ll sing about Flowers the moon and...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th
Form: Lyric
Premium Member An Icy Summer
Seasons change

From winter to summer

But in my case

It’s dreaded snow every hour


Is this my fate  

to live

What be it be

Frozen flowers in a garden 

by a glass of blue sea


Strolling in the park 

Children are laughing and singing

Lovers hand...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, change, sad, seasons, winter,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Turtle Bird
You've probably never heard of the mighty loud roar
Of an tyrannosaurus rex...dinosaur 
Because children, did you all know...  
That dinosaurs, roamed our lands...years ago 
You can see their fossils...In the American National History Museum 
A great part of our...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, children,
Form: Verse
Birds and the Bees
I wake at dawn - they sing prominently
The air they breathe - I too breathe
Flying they cease to chirp at times
Listening tuned to the buzzing in my ear
I see beauty in red the cardinal
And the robins belly special too chirping...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, 11th grade, 12th grade, bird, word play,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Dandelions
Let the dandelions be, please
So that they can feed the bees
They are just as important as the trees
Without them the birds and the bees
will be overcome with disease

All some people see are weeds
Unaware they feed the bees needs
Think of where...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, appreciation, beauty,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Darkness Where Now Poe And Raven Reside, Part Two
Darkness Where Now Poe And Raven Reside,
(Part Two)

Song over, Poe told demon band to leave
And then pointed to the now empty stage
Wretched souls, look as thy lost spirit grieves
I present this new contest- all the rage
Blood and gore will flame...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, conflict, courage, dark, death, evil, fantasy, hero,
Form: Rhyme
I Searched for Noah's Ark
The gulls are soaring
Diving for food they’ve located
The beach filled with dead crabs
I am a sailor in the night watching the star
confuses my mind so tired....so tired. 
 
White clouds covering the blue sky
Enchanting me making me dream
Yet when the...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, confusion, fantasy,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member A SKY HIGH ADVENTURE
Hengleman Huggermuff wished he could fly
and gazed up longingly at the bright azure sky,
he got two feathers, tied them onto his arms
and attempted to fly in the fields and the farms

Alas poor Hengleman didn’t get off the ground
it was evident...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, fantasy, flying, fun,
Form: Rhyme
A Country Park, My King
“Life is like a country park”, the peasant said to the King.

The King so sure of his profound answer,
Looked coldly into the peasants eyes
and without a murmur burst out into laughter,
Tell me peasant why would that be
Be this another story...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, earth, life, loneliness, nature, travel,
Form: Rhyme
The Dawning
With Eyes Not Yet Open

The soft whisking sound
Of a broom ‘pon the floor

The cooing of Doves
Near the window

The creak and squeak
From floorboards and doors

Conversations carried on
Soft and low

Sunrays piercing the morning skies
Nighttime fleeing to the west

Bed seeming less and less...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, appreciation, blessing, dark, day, sunshine, water,
Form: Couplet
The Bluebirds Whistle - A Modern Look At The Birds And The Bees
...the birds having nothing on you   

each tasty morsel drips   
deflowered 
pleasingly scoured then devoured   
  
divine   
your lips to mine   
feelings so fine   
I find   
  
kindness caressed in kiss   
late...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, love,
Form: Free verse
Natural
Natural 


Winter is ended now spring has begun

The birds and the bees are looking for fun

Days are now longer that winter is done

The best time of the year is yet to come

Some like the snow but for me it’s the...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, beach, nature, seasons, summer,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member COMMON GROUND
We share a love of nature, of the birds and the bees,
a warm zephyr breeze that blows through palm trees

The seasons inspire us to write of beautiful blooms
so vividly described, you almost smell their perfumes

Depicting a sunset as if painted...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, friendship, nature, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Reality Check
You were placed on the planet 
to write rhymes
but to many times 
people tried to fit you
in between their lines  
Their prefect pairings
not caring or wanting to be fair or kind
They couldn’t possibly see you
They were bonafide blind
not understanding...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, appreciation, courage, god, relationship,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Birds and the Bees
Dearest springtime, you have come yet again!
Bestowing us with the cock of sunrise,
Whose doodle-does rise both poet and pen,
Musing what’ll be your forget-me-not size.

I’m dandy as a lion whose marching,
Towards what springs forth from the front of Summer,
‘Till I’m but...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, humor, satire, seasons, spring,
Form: Sonnet
Spring Is In The Air
The birds and the bees
The grass and the trees

The smell of the flowers
The cool April showers

The pitter patter of the rain on the glass
The sun in the sky trying to surpass

A girl in a floral dress
And a boy grabs a...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, flower, spring, sun,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member MOTHER






"MOTHER"




Mother Earth 
is Crying
Her heart is breaking
Earth is shaking violently
her tears no longer reign
Oceans swelling dry 
all the creatures 
she spits out on her 
tender moorings 
shore their souls 
no longer swim 
she has caste her final die 
volcanoes seethe...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, creation, death, earth, environment, future, life, lost,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Guy Advice in a Fools Paradise Collaboration
In regards, to the birds and the bees
Depends on who’s watching, what he sees
There are some women, impossible to please
Wise men are wary, to be with one of these

See beneath all that glitter, her cool choreographed style
Sexy and sultry, wrapped...Read More
Categories: birds and the bees, angst, anxiety, lost love, lust, relationship,
Form: Couplet