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Cicada Poems - Poems about Cicada

Cicada Poems - Examples of all types of poems about cicada to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for cicada.

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Cicada Dance
...I long for the near and distant future. Of better days and darker nights all together. Maybe I gave you too much time......Read More
Categories: cicada, change, dance,
Form: Free verse



Summertime
...Cicada chirps Cold soda pop slurps Summertime is in the air. Chasing fireflies at night Honey bees in flight Summ......Read More
Categories: cicada, beach, fun, seasons, summer,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member How Sweet the Bloom of Love
...How sweet the bloom of love ~ We slowly walked around the lake By the zenith of eventide we were serenaded by a cicada symphony in rhythmic allegro thrum... In the distance... howling of a feral creature crying with need of a ma......Read More
Categories: cicada, love, romantic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Haiku 009, Cicada
...Atop a tall pine A stormy wind is building the cicada sings......Read More
Categories: cicada, storm, tree, wind,
Form: Haiku
Mind Drifts
...of drifting cloud Mind-drifts in starts and stops As dark deepens in delves and dips Cat-steps in dry crunchy grass Cicada-song shrill and sharp Starlings tweet in social chat Crow-croak bass resounds Light ripples across my mind S......Read More
Categories: cicada, animal, environment, inspiration,
Form: Blank verse



Premium Member Zen Death Haiku II
...n my heart: How beautiful the snow, Clouds gathering in the west. —Issho translation by Michael R. Burch Brittle cicada shell, little did I know that you were my life! —Shoshun translation by Michael R. Burch Inhale, exhale. F......Read More
Categories: cicada, death, imagery, life, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The waitress
...ng sun rises in nine And a half hours. Distant lights sprinkle Their shine on the sea. The evening air Is warm. A cicada telephones its rubbed Ring in the olives. Or are there two? Half a litre of Retsina comes cold, clouding Th......Read More
Categories: cicada, memory,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Warning: Tree Rings to Jump Through
...nged creature! My Teddy Bear’s there, for I trust him with treasures I’ve stockpiled (like sweets bees love keeping!) Cicada complaints (just commotion)! Folks never look up, feel they’re safe, tune out leaf avalanches when Fall comes e......Read More
Categories: cicada, life, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Libby Was Christened
... Cicada shell needed discarding, fast Desperately ready for what she will become Stepping rapidly out of her pitchy pa......Read More
Categories: cicada, adventure, beautiful, blessing, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
Cicada
...grasping a leafless twig the last cicada......Read More
Categories: cicada, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member One Bloody Cicada
...bush retreats, where gum, ti-tree and wattle; lovely natives of Australia, marched me into battle - with 'one bloody Cicada.' Now if your knowledge reaches for what a Cicada does, like camouflage among the leaves while shrilling call......Read More
Categories: cicada, environment, humor, insect,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Music of the Night
...Music of the Night Summer nights of back porch gospels Choirs of crickets – cicada harmonies Bass lines full of bull frogs croaking Grasshoppers toe tapping all in time Neon rhythms of lightni......Read More
Categories: cicada, music, night, summer,
Form: Verse
Premium Member CICADA
...ne or more years as underground larvae. summer cicadas ushering patience to that ......Read More
Categories: cicada, insect, life, nature, time,
Form: Haibun
Trump Must Go
...mented He's insane He's off his rocker He's psycho! Most of all He is heartless For his body Is hollow Like a Cicada Shell. This man could of prevented The crisis months ago But brushed it off And now look where we are Toda......Read More
Categories: cicada, anger, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Yamaguchi Seishi haiku translations
... buzzing carrion— did they just materialize? —Yamaguchi Seishi, loose translation by Michael R. Burch Finally the cicadas stopped shrilling— summer gale. —Yamaguchi Seishi, loose translation by Michael R. Burch As grief becomes u......Read More
Categories: cicada, animal, earth, nature, seasons,
Form: Haiku

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