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Jay Poems - Poems about Jay

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Premium Member MultiColored Houses
... for their political [and economic] constitutions, on accident [of high/lowly birth] and [from-above] force." John Jay Patriotic loyalty to our democratic Constitution, our multigenerational Declaration of [Historic] Independence, ......Read More
Categories: jay, health, integrity, passion, peace,
Form: Political Verse



Premium Member Her First Day Back from Vacation
...ided all of this attention should be okay as admirers grew. There were two curious squirrels and a caustic cawing blue jay. She saw a miniature raccoon stealthily sneaking her way. A sassy salamander and red tree frog were chirping he......Read More
Categories: jay, fairy, humor, humorous, vacation,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poems about Flight, Flying and Birds III
...ichael R. Burch Who teaches the wren in its drab existence to explode into song? What parodies of irony does the jay espouse with its sharp-edged tongue? What instinctual memories lend stunning brightness to the strange dreams o......Read More
Categories: jay, animal, bird, extended metaphor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poems about Butterflies and Bees
...Poems about Butterflies and Bees Flight by Michael R. Burch It is the nature of loveliness to vanish as but......Read More
Categories: jay, animal, butterfly, flying, insect,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wildlife 30
...Wildlife 30 A jay who was quite cavalier, Was afraid people thought he was queer, Other birds would just gloat, At his colourful co......Read More
Categories: jay, bird, funny,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member The Fall Blue Jay
...The blue jay calls from the oak tree, as the wind swirls fallen red leaves. He jumps and squa......Read More
Categories: jay, autumn, bird, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sweet Serenade
... Leaving home for work one day serenaded by a tuneful jay Walking down a garden lane once more came his sweet refrain Glancing over my right shoulder my friend wa......Read More
Categories: jay, appreciation, bird, song,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Inviting winter
...Dancing the blue jay Thru the autumnal drizzling Winter breathes cool dew 04.10.2020 Chattogram ......Read More
Categories: jay, seasons,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The Dreamin' Tree
...r fifth time in this day Though autumn's love is late And well before the Spring. Corvid's watching blue-winged Jay Sits low upon his gallow branch, Planning how to rob their nest To scalp its precious fledgling squabs Befo......Read More
Categories: jay, allegory, christian,
Form: Rhyme
To 18
...d to see you prosper everyday Being born near the Bengal Bay Highly educated you are I say Tweet the birds koels and jay Of your calibre and powerful ray..!! ......Read More
Categories: jay, angel, appreciation, art,
Form: Couplet
Evading Nasty Ailment
...J-ust A-void Y-ucky T-hreat E-vading N-asty A-ilment Topic: Birthday of Jay Tena (May 16) Form: Vertical Monocrostic......Read More
Categories: jay, birthday,
Form: Acrostic
Tree Coming Down
...fore the majestic pine in my yard The squirrel hunched over stares back clicking and spinning his bushy tail The blue jay screams because I am standing between him and a seedy swinging meal I talk to the Pine Do you know I love you ......Read More
Categories: jay, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Poems about Poems IV
...hael R. Burch Who teaches the wren in its drab existence to explode into song? What parodies of irony does the jay espouse with its sharp-edged tongue? What instinctual memories lend stunning brightness to the strange dreams ......Read More
Categories: jay, allegory, allusion, appreciation, art,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Jay and Me
...The Jay and Me Music to the ears, Tears composed of salt water Flow to the ocean. A grey jay blends in, Wings o......Read More
Categories: jay, environment, nature, perspective,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member THE BEE WHO THINKS SHE IS A BIRD
...perhaps a chickadee or a crow It’s too small for a pelican or an eagle to make a den so, we thought, perhaps a blue jay, a cardinal or a wren. One day to our surprise we saw something in the birdhouse lurking about… On closer inspec......Read More
Categories: jay, humorous, nature,
Form: Rhyme

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