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Egret Poems

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Premium Member Poem parade of feathers douglas pederson Rhyme Rhyme egret, bird,
Premium Member Poem Haiku Barbara Gorelick Haiku Haiku egret, animal, nature,
Valentines Day Always Found Me Quiver matthew harris Free verse Free verse egret, angel, bird, confidence, growing
Premium Member Poem The River Barbara Gorelick Rispetto Rispetto egret, how i feel, river,
Flipping the bird Rico Leffanta Limerick Limerick egret, bird,
OVERLOOKED Anisha Dutta Couplet Couplet egret, 12th grade, appreciation, beauty,
Premium Member Poem A FEATHER AT HIS FEET Jim Yerman Verse Verse egret, miracle,
Ma Little Brown Chickadee matthew harris Free verse Free verse egret, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Wake Up john sensele Free verse Free verse egret, poems,
Revealing Turtle Beach Tim Peterson Free verse Free verse egret, morning,
Questions Bereft of Answers john sensele Free verse Free verse egret, poems,
Premium Member Poem From my diary: Nature Agnes Krampe Free verse Free verse egret, nature, sea,
MIDNIGHT ROMANCE Anisha Dutta Sonnet Sonnet egret, love, passion, romance,
Premium Member Poem Lesson Agnes Krampe Free verse Free verse egret, nature,
Premium Member Poem farm Sara Kendrick Haiku Haiku egret, life, nature,
colour study Andromeda Marks Prose Poetry Prose Poetry egret, color, depression, dream, fear,
Premium Member Poem white egret Sara Kendrick Haiku Haiku egret, farm,
Premium Member Poem It Is Quiet Dear Heart Verse Verse egret, dream, inspiration,
Release Bravado Ir0nic ZiNk Acrostic Acrostic egret, celebration, happiness, imagery,
Premium Member Poem Haiku 50 - egret Kim Merryman Haiku Haiku egret, bird, morning, sea,
Premium Member Poem After Forgetting To Fret James Horn Limerick Limerick egret, allegory, analogy,
Premium Member Poem EGRET nette onclaud Verse Verse egret, beauty, bird,
THREE LINERS RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY I do not know? I do not know? egret, poetry,
Swamp Life: Human Nature Contest Lin Lane Verse Verse egret, life, nature,
Kasalukuyan: going, going, going, go in, go'n kabuteng P.iNk k. Free verse Free verse egret, feelings,
Premium Member Poem Addicted Lu Loo Abecedarian Abecedarian egret, addiction, anxiety, conflict, depression,
CONFIDENCE Anisha Dutta ABC ABC egret, confidence, emotions, passion, power,
Premium Member Poem DEPRESSION JEAN MURRAY Acrostic Acrostic egret, depression,
Bird of Prey Lin Lane Rhyme Rhyme egret, bird, fear, nature,
Calm and Serene Michael Eastman Light Verse Light Verse egret, animal, giggle, happy, humorous,
The Billabong Lindsay Laurie Rhyme Rhyme egret, nature,
Premium Member Poem fx Robert Ronnow Verse Verse egret, fashion, father, film, fire,
Tide Mike Jones Fibonacci Fibonacci egret, sea, time,
Premium Member Poem Stormbound Keith Trestrail Sonnet Sonnet egret, childhood, storm,
Weather Bharti shubham Haiku Haiku egret, nature,
Premium Member Poem Murder of Crows Stephen Kilmer Free verse Free verse egret, creation,
The Synathroesmic Cow olusegun Arowolo Quatrain Quatrain egret, animal, nature,
Mint Green Trees Terry L. Allen Haiku Haiku egret, nature, seasons,
Lamentations of Sanibel Island Terrell Martin Rhyme Rhyme egret, nature, love, , sweet
Amachara awoh kingsley awoh I do not know? I do not know? egret, places, me, me, cousin,
Premium Member Poem white egret flying Barbara Gorelick Haiku Haiku egret, animals, nature
you are ENTITLED to ENTITLE this one yourself jeffry cohan Kyrielle Kyrielle egret, angstday, hate,
fingers make some music, please Anna Ruiz I do not know? I do not know? egret, love, nostalgia
Premium Member Poem Me, Acrostically Speaking Andrea Dietrich Acrostic Acrostic egret, introspectionlove,
THE FAIR GIRL AND THE BLACK EGRET Andrew Crisci Rhyme Rhyme egret, animals, childhood, daughter, happiness,
Premium Member Poem Death Defeated Matt Caliri Free verse Free verse egret, animals, fantasy
WAO, LANAO DEL SUR romeo naces Tail-rhyme Tail-rhyme egret, animals
CARABAO EGRET romeo naces Tail-rhyme Tail-rhyme egret, animals
salt marsh~ (a syntu) Patricia Sawyer Free verse Free verse egret, adventure, animals, nature, on
A LITTLE GIRL'S VIEW Daniel Cwiak Couplet Couplet egret, angst, business, death, education,

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Egret Poem Example

The Billabong

There’s an old river course with beginning and end,
now the river runs straight without this river bend,
where the water is still and the reeds do grow strong.
New life has taken over in a billabong.

The mat rush is spreading replacing the sedge,
and old fallen gum trees lean in from the edge
creating a haven in the shelter below
for smelt or gudgeon, and the common minnow.

There’s a ring on the water, so danger is nigh,
and life is now over for one caddis fly.
Dragonflies hover on their predator flight, 
so mosquito and midges best keep out of sight.

There is many a song around a billabong 
to break up the still with an assembly throng
from birds of the forest, and wading birds too,
so the billabong offer is there to pursue...

... for blue heron and egret, coot and the teal,
and for the banded rail that the bulrush conceal.
In the billabong shadowed by gum and ti-tree, 
bellbirds are tinkling; wattlebirds disagree.

An oft-diving grebe keeps on searching for food
for the striped downy chicks of its latest brood,
and a hunting kingfisher waits keen for its prey 
from a twig of a gum tree it frequents all day.

There is many a scent around a billabong, 
filling the air with the perfume quite strong,
from black wattle and mint bush, or mistletoe
cascading from gum trees where only they grow.

Painted lady butterfly flit upon flowers,
and blue banded bees keep on working for hours
on lilies and orchids, heath, sweet appleberry
and clusters of flowers on a native cherry.

Ribbon weed, nardoo spread out in the shallow,
with buttercup, duckweed; an introduced mallow,
struggling for survival near the water line,
aiding coral pea that does lightly entwine.

The banks of a billabong are dangerous too
with predator snakes not so often in view,
but they are aware, that the growling grass frog 
will climb from the water onto an old log.

But tigers and copperhead, red-bellied black
often lay in the sun on an overgrown track,
where the wombat or wallaby travel along
to graze on native grasses near the billabong.

So life still carries on around the billabong
where water looks stagnant, a bond is still strong
with a river now rushing it’s way to the sea,
past the billabong living, where the course used to be.

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