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Caribou Poems

Caribou Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of caribou poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for caribou.

New Poems

Caribou Ice Cream
There is a new ice cream
It is A in Canada
It is called The Caribou
An ice cream bar on a stick
Sold in the groceries stores

A hard chocolate shell
With a rice crispy coat
Bite into it -vanilla ice cream
The caramel flowing out
Your taste...Read More
Categories: caribou, cool, food,
Form: Free verse



A Day in Denali
The phone app said "unhealthy"
To describe Denali's air.
The sky was gray and smoky
All the hours we were there.

So we were disappointed;
Thought the day would be a bust
'Til somebody hollered "Moose!"
Our brakes kicked up a heap of dust.

A mother moose and...Read More
Categories: caribou, adventure,
Form: Rhyme
in Alaska
In Alaska, running loose
Are grizzlies, caribou and moose.
Eagles soar and whales cavort
And salmon fishing is a sport.

Glaciers calve and mountains rise,
Scenery to mesmerize.
Sadly, now, for tourist folk
The air is filled with thick gray smoke.

I am starting on a tour;
Don't know...Read More
Categories: caribou, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Caribou in Baraboo
           Baraboo!

Her clowns now gone away

 Her deer -- now cari-blue   
 
...Read More
Categories: caribou, happy, leaving, sad,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Seeing Through The Caribou

The saga set
In blinding light
Upon a barren stage
Players hunter and prey

Eyes the marrow of this bone
Peering thought the slit aperture 
         The nuance of the scene
      ...Read More
Categories: caribou, animal, native american, nature,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member longing


longing
for a mate
caribou calling



posted on September 24, 2018...Read More
Categories: caribou, autumn, longing, nature, sound,
Form: Haiku
Thirty Shekel Pieces

Sealed truth got killed
on a silver moon, 
Arctic polar bear night

A belly full of blubber lies
got spilled 
on the scarlet frozen ice

And no grief amount 
of Inuit insomnia igloo intuition
seemed to caribou care

Because every tundra fable,
any angel snow-face Eskimo child...Read More
Categories: caribou, imagery, spiritual, truth, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Alaskan Pipeline
The Alaskan Pipeline

1968 confirmed the year 
Of discovery by Humble Oil
To North America’s largest oil field,
On the North Slope of the Brooks Range,
A west to east 
Northern Alaskan mountain chain.
An area 40 miles wide by 15 miles deep,
(Although, flat as...Read More
Categories: caribou, education, environment, history, technology, tribute, usa,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Alaska, The Last Frontier
Alaska, The Last Frontier

Alaska; the wilderness state, the last frontier:
Where majestic mountains, 
Deliver streams into flowing rivers: 
Down slopes covered in forests 
Of Sitka Spruce and Western Hemlock
That dominates the landscape.
The name Alaska originates 
From the Aleut word 'Aleyska,'
Meaning the...Read More
Categories: caribou, celebration, culture, education, history, symbolism, tribute, usa,
Form: Verse
Premium Member For Sale
What do you want, what do you need?
  I've got it right here, just read.
   Need a house, your own home,
     just call me on the phone.
   Need appliances to add...Read More
Categories: caribou, nonsense, silly,
Form: Rhyme
roses are red
roses  are red violets are blue 
my love for you is so true 
anything for you I would do 
but pet a tiger at the zoo
I'd tie your lace on your shoe
in  the   mornings make breakfast just  for you 
where...Read More
Categories: caribou, 8th grade, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Fur Trapper
I zip swiftly along on my snow machine,
admist a white blanket with spots of green,
my trapline runs along this stretch,
Alaskan cold makes smoke of breath.

The snowpack has been good this year,
goes a little way to allaying my fears,
but who knows...Read More
Categories: caribou, jobs, life, nature, seasons, snow, winter, work,
Form: Rhyme
BREAKING HEADLINE NEWS this Xmas eve 2017
After a top secret clandestine conclave,
one or more eight Reindeer forsake
played cow word spoilt,
et cetera doe fill full heartbreak,

which Santa Claus immediately claimed
to be “FAKE” and accused (Jake)
i.e. Jacob Marley concocted game over, 
every doe done (possibly really espy
from Charles...Read More
Categories: caribou, abuse, allegory, children, funny, grief, judgement, lost
Form: Free verse
Catalina roses
A pitchfork and a wheelbarrow
down by the caribou crossing
where an aphrodite's twilight
embraces the north country...

the churning of nature's marrow
has me turning and tossing
under a cold silver starlight
that blankets this land of mystery...

paint me a water-colored fresco
where a flaxen sun exposes
a...Read More
Categories: caribou, imagery,
Form: Verse
Boom
2/2/17


Stay tuned
For the soon to be boom
Between the sun and moon
And any flowers that do or don't bloom
During morning, night and afternoon

Lifeforms becoming unglued
Nobody is immune
Never assume
Acting like a buffoon
And being rude or lewd
Just because you think there may be...Read More
Categories: caribou, poetry, rap, word play, words, work, write,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Am An Artic Wolf
My silky ivory coat keeps me warm in the artic climate,
my keen senses search for prey in the Alaskan wilderness-
When I encounter the mighty mount Denali, I climb it,
yes, I am an Artic Wolf and am known for being carnivorous.

I...Read More
Categories: caribou, animal, life, , cute,
Form: Verse
Ravening
You want it all.

The lakes and tar sands

Fresh water and fish

Arctic diamonds

Pipelines that confine

The caribou

And make the hunt ridiculous.

Forests for the churning

Of lusty, gossip press

And row houses

Like card houses

In six figure excess.

You set the price

You peg the share return

You fudge...Read More
Categories: caribou, betrayal, grief, howl,
Form: Free verse
Co-heroes
Alaskan wilderness, a beautiful sight, holds grave danger when you go it alone.
It was freezing cold one night when Frank’s unwanted adventure began. 
He had left early that Sunday morn, before an unexpected blizzard moved in.
In daylight he had traveled...Read More
Categories: caribou, adventure, animal, friend, snow, weather, winter,
Form: Epic
Premium Member The Sun Stays Away These Days
Ah Frontiera, here we are at your last, you've thrown a rod, your life lies black
on oily ground - all this snow and you're a mobile no longer; so I must walk.

It's cold, and now I think of it, that...Read More
Categories: caribou, journey,
Form: Epic
a fortification of pamphlets
The sanctimonious issue of a fishing party at a marina is a square not a circle. But rhinos doing a ballet performance is akin to a synchronised swimming competition. Mind not a pillar of pillow case. And moving quickly with...Read More
Categories: caribou, assonance, aubade,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Yukon Vet - Favorite TV Show

D  Doctor Michelle Oakley, Yukon Vet
O  On Nat Geo, best animal show yet,
C  can bring the thrills of taking care of tamed
T  to wild species, with her strength and famed
O  operations handling moose and yaks,
R...Read More
Categories: caribou, animal, devotion, health,
Form: Acrostic
Cold Moon
Moon-bounced light, flint-hard
meets my eyes
cold air, sharp as a shard
of glass
slices my nose and sears
my ears
Yet this is warmth, the arena of life’s race
the cosmic granule on which we breathing
creatures cling
not the absolute, the devastating
cold deep space
 
Not a soul...Read More
Categories: caribou, nature, universe,
Form: Free verse
An Inuit's Longing For Home
Oh that I could speak with the Northern Lights,
And commune with the Spirits therein.
Or dance to the tunes of the Arctic wastes,
Return to a life - sanguine.

Oh that I might commune with Wolf and Bear,
And hear of the tales they...Read More
Categories: caribou, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative
Inuksuk Hunter
                                       ...Read More
Categories: caribou, adventure, imagery, natural disasters,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member My Caribou
limitless valley
forced separated instinct
lost my caribou

~Written By: Laura Loo~
~Date Written: February 14, 2016~...Read More
Categories: caribou, animal, environment, nature,
Form: Haiku