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Blue Whale Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Blue Wail Terry Flood Rhyme blue whale, animal, journey, lonely, longing,
Premium Member Poem I Am Just What I Am Gary Smith Personification blue whale, humorous, longing,
Unfathomably So J.W. Earnings Free verse blue whale, angst, appreciation, deep, faith,
Robinson Crusoe Dia zafar Free verse blue whale, 5th grade, blue, boat,
Premium Member Poem My Giant Fish Story Cary Snowden Rhyme blue whale, fish, humorous,
Premium Member Poem Blue Whale Farts Jack Ellison Limerick blue whale, inspirational,
Premium Member Poem Song From Beyond The Stars part 2 Earthside Gathering Ian Love Verse blue whale, adventure, destiny, humanity, science
Premium Member Poem Song From Beyond The Stars part 1 The Approach Ian Love Verse blue whale, adventure, destiny, future, imagination,
Lost in Rowde The Didds Free verse blue whale, absence, food, mystery,
Deep In The Ocean Bernard F. Asuncion Acrostic blue whale, birthday,
Riding Route 66 with the Wind on our Faces Christine Saputo Rhyme blue whale, memory, travel,
Into The Blue Anisha Dutta Free verse blue whale, beauty, blue, engagement,
Voyage of the Frigate Patrycjusz Kopec Free verse blue whale, adventure, universe,
Premium Member Poem Whales - The Acrostic Style Dorian Petersen Potter Acrostic blue whale, animal, appreciation, beautiful, sea,
Premium Member Poem Plastic Paradise Emile Pinet Quatrain blue whale, environment, future, how i
I fell in a maelstrom of Skonivie RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY Prose blue whale, nonsense,
Homo not-so-Sapiens Thabang Ngoma Free verse blue whale, humorous, men, science,
CRAYONS- the big box Warner Baxter Free verse blue whale, bird, blue, color, fish,
TAIL RHYME Sidney Beck Quatrain blue whale, animals, children, funny, space,
Flight Of The Seagull Pam Woolford Lyric blue whale, animals, life, nature, sea,
RHYME OF TAILS CONTEST Sidney Beck Tail-rhyme blue whale, funny,
A Journey To England auro bindhan I do not know? blue whale, natural disastersmen, women, journey,
Premium Member Poem My Zoo From A to Z Andrea Dietrich Abecedarian blue whale,
Premium Member Poem Blue James Fraser Rhyme blue whale, inspirational, music, uplifting
Route 66 Perri Voge Lyric blue whale, adventure, childhood, dedication, familycar,
The Blue Whale's Dance Gregory Golden Free verse blue whale, sweet, blue, sweet,
Crinkle Crankle Trees Tatyana Carney I do not know? blue whale, happiness, imagination, life, on

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Blue Whale Poem Example

Flight Of The Seagull

I see you up there flying in the sky of majestic winged one,
your wing span is so wide, you dip your wings now and then
just to see what the wind is doing, Your head lifts up to see,
as your steely eyes look from side to side.
You cannot afford to get it wrong,
or you could fly off course and hit the ground.
You calculate so carefully, but not on paper, like us, not you,
Your head is what you use to think through all the things you have to do.

Your feathers had all been fluffed about,
when you were caught in a nasty gale.
You had thrashed about and it made you shout
as it grabbed your pure white tail.
Now you are soaring up to the sky,
where you're dwarfed by the mighty blue whale.
The people on the ground don't know,
how much stress a seagull goes through.

When you are pushed around by a wind so fierce,
you have to hang on with all your might.
Just to keep yourself from falling from the sky,
during such a hairy scaring flight.
I watch you dive into the sea ,
to catch the fish that want for tea.
You dive in and grab it with your beak,
then wait patiently, for the next to pick.

With a grace and style so neat,
you dive in and claim your delicate feast.
You have to do this very quick,
because a big wave could make you sink.
Your fisherman friend Joe is due,
you know his boat, its painted bright blue.
You watch for his mast as it nears the point,
and as he enters the bay, get into position to wait,
for him to cut up the catch of the day.

Sometimes I wish I could fly away too,
across the oceans you soar over so blue,
I would fly to a place that was away
from the hustle and bustle back home.
I would chase all the other birds there in the sky,
that are also all alone.
You must see many things on your flights,
when you fly over land, sea and shore.
I love to see you soar through the sky,
Until I can' t see you up there anymore.

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