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Premium Member Diamonds in her Heart
She was the plainest buzzard in the chicken coop.
Man, is she plain, the roosters used to say.
But one rooster gave her a chance. They shared a nest.
She had diamonds in her heart. He told people
But they did not believe, for...Read More
Categories: buzzard, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Personification



In a Mirror 1-4
Translated by Przemyslaw Musialowski 7/1/2019

Prologue

Like a day dying
in the twilight hour, 
without hurry you are saying goodbye to the fields
along the beaten path heading for your domain to play the never-ending game
you hang next dusty day of your life
with your...Read More
Categories: buzzard, death, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member tasty road kill
moist raccoon remnants
freshly murdered this morning
by a passing car

wild knows wild
a turkey buzzards sweet feast
tasty road kill stew


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Categories: buzzard, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Lying in the Sun on a Warm Day
The roosters are in full glory crowing mode today.
Some dogs are challenging them now.
Between the barks and the ruffs and the coos and the caws
it is difficult to hear the traffic on the interstate.
An orange butterfly breezes down, seemingly from...Read More
Categories: buzzard, feelings, happiness, summer,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ghastly
      Bazaar Buzzard
          
            Bizarre...Read More
Categories: buzzard, bird, scary,
Form: Alliteration



Premium Member Eagle Meat
I get slanted looks when I wear the American flag,
like I'm some kind of stars and striped carnival hag.
There's a reason millions are trying to get in
its because its the greatest country thats ever been,
so why shouldn't we the people...Read More
Categories: buzzard, america,
Form: Free verse
Life Of Avian Deception

LIFE OF AVIAN DECEPTION

Serrated wings spread wide on wandering wind,
it glides smooth in sly trail of swerving sinister way 
in timid sky eyeing the vibrant landscape to find
through the focused hawkeye the unwary prey.

Slim ballerina legs leap in stride of...Read More
Categories: buzzard, analogy, bird, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Tanka for the Birds
He soars to the sky;
a lady bird is watching,
so while plummeting,
he twists magnificently;
not quite an “old” buzzard yet

Tall necks upward stretch.
Long slender legs start to move.
Synchronization
is the flamingo’s tune when
the beach becomes a dance floor.

Jan. 21, 2019 for Anthony Slausin's...Read More
Categories: buzzard, bird,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member Flamingo Buzzards
Flamingo Buzzards


Our buzzards and flamingos...mismatched as can be,
tho each have wings and feet, the buzzard is compact:
flamingos, tall and slim, scoop shrimp so charmingly,
while buzzards from the air, hunt prey to be attacked.

Somehow, this hobby recently appeared to merge
the grizzly...Read More
Categories: buzzard, art, bird, silly,
Form: Rhyme
size does matter- buzzard and flamingos contest
Bob the buzzard is colour blind i think
he doesnt think a flamingo should be pink,
say he has seen many and he knows
that flamingos are blue in Galapagos.

buzzards eyes gleen as he watches them feeding,
now buzzards are big but surely he...Read More
Categories: buzzard, bird,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Revered and the Forgotten
The Revered and the Forgotten


colorful young flamingo
hailed by the moniker Domingo
toast of garden parties
mingling with elite in tepid lakes
narcissistic moments 
enraptured by his own image
“pretty bird, pretty bird,” 
gloater extraordinaire muses
confident in his precious plumage
wasting not one thought on aging

Rutherford,...Read More
Categories: buzzard, bird, society,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Buzzards and Flamingos
There was an old Buzzard name Bill
He was perched in tree on a hill
When he saw his friend Ringo
A tall pink Flamingo
Become the next messy road kill

NA...Read More
Categories: buzzard, lost,
Form: Limerick
buzzards and flamingos
A buzzard from his vantage point of sweeping lofty heights
Enjoyed a cornucopia of captivating sights.
He soared above the rolling hills, the meadows and ravines,
His bird's-eye-view encompassed ocean blues and forest greens.
But once, a splash of colour made his sharp-eyed vision...Read More
Categories: buzzard, beauty, bird, color,
Form: Rhyme
Sheldon Cooper Tells a Riddle
What would you call the young hatchling, for fun,
Of a buzzard crossed with a flamingo?
The answer is moot ’cause it couldn’t be done,
So the joke is on you: Buzzingo!

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(For the Buzzards and Flamingos contest sponsored by Anthony Slausin.)

Explanation, for those...Read More
Categories: buzzard, funny, humor, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member The Buzzard and Flamingo--
The Buzzard and Flamingo-- 

       A wading bird, stance on one leg, so beautiful...
 
       Flamingo--

 chiefly soars in the air birds of prey 
 broad wings carnivorous,...Read More
Categories: buzzard, allusion, analogy, dedication, education,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member BUZZARDS AND FLAMINGOS
B is for Buzzard under my hat,
my brain meaty and raw.
His talons cling like puppet strings.
His rabid teeth chew and gnaw.

Ye old Buzzard, nothing warm,
just a cold sentinel of death.
Not like the life-giving stork —
impervious to the stench of your...Read More
Categories: buzzard, animal, dark, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Drop Dead Gorgeous


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Categories: buzzard, bird, fashion,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Painted Pink By Nature
Nature brings us such astonishing beauty,
and one of the most lovely sights is Flamingos.
Whether they are in a huge group or two by two,
or a pink mother and baby with feathers new;
light gray feathers than will in time have a...Read More
Categories: buzzard, bird,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Buzzards Hawks and Flamingos Too
The New World vultures – buzzards and hawks,
Circle-soar as they look for prey, among stalks.
Chomping smaller bird out of their feeders, so keen.
Turkey buzzards, so ruthless and intensely mean.

Spindly pink flamingo, a water-bred bird,
Loving South Florida, though it may seem...Read More
Categories: buzzard, bird,
Form: Rhyme
The Buzzard
Within the common (all purpose room)
     at highland manor apartments aye
daily encounter, one bewitchingly dreaded
     fiendishly horrible, jeeringly loopy,

     nap noopy, pugnaciously ravenous, talon
    ...Read More
Categories: buzzard, 11th grade, 12th grade, courage, farewell, humor,
Form: Free verse
Arizona Sky
So many places I've seen,
       The flat lands,
      The high lands,
The mountain air I've breath.

   Nothing more serene.
Than the star filled Arizona sky.
    ...Read More
Categories: buzzard, appreciation, beauty, blessing, creation, inspiration, nature, travel,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member frozen
frozen dead buzzard
lies a week beside road....
unappetizing  ...Read More
Categories: buzzard, nature,
Form: Haiku
Evolution

Inhumanities buzzard picks at the scraps
squabbling over trash
vultures of the pavement
denying everything has life

A confetti of money
the wedding funeral of it’s own immoral concept
squawking the incantations
of debt
the milking breast
for these divisions of hate

Automaton march
blindfolded into prisons
wifi choir to gobble in...Read More
Categories: buzzard, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Dead Tree
There was a buzzard who lived in a tree
Behind the medical shop, cute was he
Surveying our town
Such a funny clown
No, just dead limb the highest one you see

Two old people totally mistaken
No way this bird will eat any bacon
For it's...Read More
Categories: buzzard, humor, , cute,
Form: Limerick
Big Bird Had Been A Buzzard
Big Bird Had Been A Buzzard

A big bird who had been a buzzard,
Someone told me and have heard;
We were afraid;
A deposit made;
Awkward offering on roof occurred.

This actually happened and whole
roof was covered with it.,

Jim Horn

Poems About Poems and Others

Fund out...Read More
Categories: buzzard, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick