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Kingfisher Poems - Poems about Kingfisher

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Premium Member Wildlife 37
...Wildlife 37 A kingfisher was all of a dither, When he first saw thick ice on the river' He cried "Golly-Gee!" As he dived off a tre......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, bird, funny,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member The River
...n bright sun flecked ripples the Grey Heron wades. Where Water Coltsfoot, Alder and Birch belong A swift kingfisher darts from the dappled shade, Its blue cloak’s flash in the riparian glade. And so beyond our p......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, nature, river,
Form: Rhyme
Sun of tomorrow
...he grass and darting around the trees. The flow of the river tickled our ears. The splash of water wet our face. The kingfisher didn’t appear but then a blue rush of feather disappeared without a trace! We climbed high in the trees, w......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, adventure, appreciation, beautiful, childhood,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member African Kingfisher
...I painted a new bird today neon pink, flashy blue, marigold yellow long sharp pumpkin colored beak God paused and la......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, bird,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Balmy Month of August
...of August hush. Where youthfulness swarms the lea and stream, And sultry air nips the nostrils to breathe. While a kingfisher squats upon the truss, To sunbathe in the balmy month of August. ......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, august, romance, summer,
Form: Idyll (Idyl)



Premium Member Green and Darmie
...Gree, the green kingfisher was easily taken advantage of by his friends. He had a heart of gold, and a caring attitude that never ends.......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, animal,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Laughing Out Loud
...ggressive fellow of fighting class, Attacking its victims with no regret. The kookaburra is closely related To the kingfisher family of birds, Many bird books have both illustrated, And described with some appropriate words. Kookabu......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, animal, appreciation, bird, books,
Form: Ode
Daybreak in Honshu
...Daybreak in Honshu. A long descending whistle... Ruddy Kingfisher.......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member the kingfisher
...loud whistles at night a kingfisher on the prowl~ river fish are still Contest: Let the Pens Flow - Haiku Poetry Contest Sponsor: Jenish S......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, bird, nature,
Form: Haiku
River Wye Weekend
...draggle in and out of the water crowfoot beds, trusted we’d see muntjac or wild boar tomorrow. Look, there’s a kingfisher, jewelled above the otter’s holt and later a dipper, teeter-totter, near the yellow-cress. Watc......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, appreciation, beautiful, earth, family,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member hearts are trumps
...> There goes my heart thump thump thump Euchre dealt again collect from the kitty a Kingfisher The Best Bower Red Right playing for tricks No trumps She keeps her Joker close Queen’s sl......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, fun, love, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Diet as a Kingfisher
...Saw the spark, and dove hard. Shut my eyes as I hit the water. Daddy fish glared at me. Possibly clutching his daugh......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, fish, food,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Then
...i amid a deeply impression’d earth ---- Frogs glimmer on clammy pads, as a loose congress of small mirrors. I saw a kingfisher dive into the sun, a golden circle of water. When it emerged it was an arriving fire, later the sun perche......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member But You Have Never Been a Scout
...ncubate them tomorrow, I warned her So I will have to have tomorrow off. She could see that she had hired the right kingfisher When I took her to see the bee-eaters, mot mots, todies and ground rollers. It was unfortunate when Un......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, 3rd grade, 4th grade,
Form: Personification
Premium Member The Penelope Squad
...and sherry stains imprinted on Penelope’s clean sheets a bunch of girl’s blouses touching up waiving skirts The Kingfisher ruffles his comic’s feathers sits like a swollen faced clown behind his ruffled collar of blue big beak......Read More
Categories: kingfisher, giggle, humor, muse, mystery,
Form: Free verse

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