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Cobra Poems

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What She Means to ME Christopher Nova Ballad Ballad cobra, angel, black african american,
Lost One Christopher Nova Ballad Ballad cobra, black love, boyfriend, break
Premium Member Poem When When Then Yoga Noel Flater Rhyme Rhyme cobra, death, fun, heart, life,
Premium Member Poem Legend's Last Moon Gregory R Barden Free verse Free verse cobra, fantasy, moon, myth, nature,
Nunca Esquecer Giacomo Nerone Free verse Free verse cobra, business, political,
Premium Member Poem She Is Crazy They Told Me Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse cobra, 10th grade, 5th grade,
Up in Arms Freddie Robinson Jr. Ballad Ballad cobra, cry, howl, people, political,
Lying-in-state Adesina Idris Dolapo Free verse Free verse cobra, perspective, political,
SEEKING BLACK Anisha Dutta Rhyme Rhyme cobra, color, dark,
Green Lipstick Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse cobra, corruption, imagery, truth, wisdom,
Right Hand Man Freddie Robinson Jr. Narrative Narrative cobra, allusion, history, power, truth,
Belly Full of Lies Freddie Robinson Jr. Burlesque Burlesque cobra, allegory, metaphor, truth, wisdom,
Preacher E Lye Freddie Robinson Jr. Ballad Ballad cobra, evil, violence, wisdom, word
Apoplectic Begat Comatose Freddie Robinson Jr. Free verse Free verse cobra, allusion, imagery, perspective, words,
Premium Member Poem Thoughts At A Faculty Meeting Caren Krutsinger Prose Poetry Prose Poetry cobra, teacher,
A Cobra And A Virgin FABIYAS M V Free verse Free verse cobra, life,
Don't Give Up On Me Yinka Pemisire pwencywealth Free verse Free verse cobra, lost love,
Slithering Meat Freddie Robinson Jr. Rhyme Rhyme cobra, corruption, dark, truth, wisdom,
Premium Member Poem The Dilettante Diaries: Going Gangsta on the Road to The Lotus Eaters at Loon Junction Leanne Lovejoy-Burton Free verse Free verse cobra, cool, courage, fun, humorous,
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Fool me once Florence Ezekiel Sonnet Sonnet cobra, growing up, heartbroken,
DARE ME NOT Olufemi Oloye ABC ABC cobra, butterfly, confidence, courage, crazy,
Ouroboros Morals Freddie Robinson Jr. Free verse Free verse cobra, abuse, prejudice, symbolism, truth,
Holes in the Pocket Freddie Robinson Jr. Rhyme Rhyme cobra, cool, money, psychological, satire,
Blue Nile In Her Veins Subimal Sinha-Roy Rhyme Rhyme cobra, death, kiss,
Premium Member Poem You're An Asp Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse cobra, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Amina Martins Deep Free verse Free verse cobra, courage, girl, heart, how
Premium Member Poem Only I, Have The Key Dear Heart Quatrain Quatrain cobra, bullying, hate, writing,
Baal-peor Revisited Freddie Robinson Jr. Enclosed Rhyme Enclosed Rhyme cobra, religious, spiritual, truth, wisdom,
Premium Member Poem Asp Clasped John Anderson Free verse Free verse cobra, clothes, nature, word play,
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WHICH ASP Mick Talbot Enclosed Rhyme Enclosed Rhyme cobra, death, sad,
Premium Member Poem ASP-- James Edward Lee Sr. Haiku Haiku cobra, animal, destiny, engagement, metaphor,
Desert Woman Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Monologue Dramatic Monologue cobra, allusion, emotions, sensual, woman,
COBRA JW Nugent Free verse Free verse cobra, anxiety, conflict, dark, fear,
Carnivorous Mammal Bernard F. Asuncion Acrostic Acrostic cobra, birthday,
ZIG ZAG ZEBRA Anisha Dutta Rhyme Rhyme cobra, animal, funny,
The Cobra- Vasudevan Desikachari Haiku Haiku cobra, nature,
The Night Glows Darkly Freddie Robinson Jr. Elegy Elegy cobra, dark, death, sorrow, war,
she loved me pipping stars Lyric Lyric cobra, art,
What If Thanksgiving Celebrated 365 Days A Year part ii MATTHEW harris Epic Epic cobra, america, appreciation, autumn, celebration,
Boots on The Ground Johnny Martinez Rhyme Rhyme cobra, conflict, destiny, fate, military,
Premium Member Poem FOCAL POINT Kim Rodrigues Free verse Free verse cobra, animal, art, dark, music,
Dance of the Firebird Pandita Sanchez Free verse Free verse cobra, beautiful, dance, sensual,
The Zoo Kitty Lou Rhyme Rhyme cobra, animal, nonsense,
Tittering totter Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? cobra, allusion, aubade, baptism, bible,
Premium Member Poem Cobra Klio Tsitsikroni Diamante Diamante cobra, analogy, best friend, betrayal,
My Refuge and My Fortress -Psalm 91 Gordon McConnell Rhyme Rhyme cobra, bible, god, spiritual,
Premium Member Poem The Dream Snatcher Arturo Michael Free verse Free verse cobra, dark, fantasy, hate, horror,
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Triple Six Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse cobra, judgement, religious, spiritual, truth,
Drama with a Rope Solomon Ochwo-Oburu Free verse Free verse cobra, allegory, death,
Premium Member Poem Alpine Wind Dale Gregory Cozart Imagism Imagism cobra, humor, longing, weather,

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Cobra Poem Example


At the final stroking of saint Halloween eve, it seems not so long ago,
That my trusty SUV, transport vehicle unceremoniously broke down,
Right outside the local pet cemetery, what a marvelous place to
Spend the spookiest night of the year, changing a flat tire right next
Door to the graveyard of the barking dead!
 Ha, ha I thought to myself these children of the night better be at
Rest, I’m just not in the mood for playing fetch the bone, with
Any undead beasties tonight!
That’s when I heard a hellish sound, coming from this unconsecrated
Ground of Fido’s lost and found burial mounds, it started out low,
But grew with every shrill passing moment, I dropped the jack,
Picked up my throbbing heart, and became brave Balto of the
Polar North fame!
Inch by inch I approached, these iron bars gates that which were
Oddly left Unlocked, approaching the very center I stopped dead
Within my tracks, just as metal basketball rolled at my very feet,
Within two red glowing eyes meant mine, what the #### ####,
Is this thing, this it within a bob-wire metal shell?
It had very little hair, more like a grizzly patch here and there,
A ratty tail like a mouse, but what really caught my attention
The most was its sharp talon like claws, but it cried so, my
Mother instinct overrode my sinus of reasoning, it’s helpless,
Tender howling touched the darkness of my deepest Edger
Allen soul, so I picked it up, and took it home!
Now, now I told it, don’t be afraid, I’ll cut you free from
Your iron cage, it seemed to understand me in dark
Level that I can’t explain, my little creepy dude,
By the way such became his name, my undead pet
From the realm of the unknown!
It growled and hissed at me at first, almost nipping
At my bare fingertips, I’ll have none of that biting
Business, I told it just be patient I’ll have you out
In just a few minutes!
At long last it burst free, running attempting to
Flee far away from me, but I was quicker than it,
This terrifying thing, that captured me with it’s 
Howling cry!
Now my little creature feature, you need a bath
It shivered at the mention of the word, meaning clean!
But it had a very foul musty odor of brimstone, and
Rotten fleshy decay, into a vat of Mr. Bubbles it so went,
This it thing, my creepy little dude!
 After I brushed and towel him off, I feed him a mushy
Mush of oatmeal and milk, but he spit it at me, “ok what
Does a thing like you eat than,” I asked!
The creature than went to my fridge just as if it were
The most natural thing in the world to do, grabbed a 
Bottle of spuds suds, popped the cork, and sat next to
The old boo tube, now just you wait a cotton picking 
Minute, I thought to myself, no way!
 It than snatched a slice of day old pizza from a nasty,
Cardboard box sitting in my waste paper bin, gobbled
It down in a moment, than burped out soundly, 
It’s gratifications satisfaction!
The whole time I’m wondering what the #### did I bring
Home, this it thing, that now reminds me of my ex-husband,
Beer, pizza, and TV burping, but just as I was thinking about
Taking it to the dead creature’s animal shelter, it captured
My inner heart all over again, in a flick of my heart 
It had nestled in my lap, growling in a purr, than
Tenderly clawing at my tummy, it snoozed!
From that point on it this thing, fondly known as
My creepy little dude, could do no wrong in my eyes,
It stayed just the same size, even though it eat night
And day, it drooled on everything, from the baseboards
To the chandler but I didn’t care, for he was my
Creepy little dude!
Than the next Halloween night it happened,
I got a knock at my pantry door, it was two
Creatures, a female werewolf, and a male
Choapa Cobra, excuse us Miss Have you seen,
A metal basinet bob wire ball?
My little creepy dude ran passed me, in a flash yelled momma,
And the jig was up, these unusual parents thanked me,
Hugged their baby and left, I never saw the it thing again
After that, my little creepy dude was gone forever!
But I’ll never forget, what happened not so long ago,
On a Halloween night, or my treasured pet, the it thing,
Known as my little creepy dude!


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