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Ladybird Poems

Ladybird Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of ladybird poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for ladybird.

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He never once mentioned the pressure of his blood
or his Mam
I found dead on the floor

his Dad’s cancer
or his younger brother
not once, during the best years of my life

he fixed cars
with a pipe slowly smoking

a magician with gauges and valves

he...Read More
Categories: ladybird, age, death, family, loss, love, society, tribute,
Form: Free verse

Takaha Shugyo haiku and tanka translations
Takaha Shugyo haiku and tanka translations

hatogata horarete ichiju haya mebuku

A single tree
with a heart carved into its trunk
blossoms prematurely
—Takaha Shugyo, loose translation by Michael R. Burch

dôkefuku nugazu tentômushi no shi yo

Still clad in its clown's costume—
the dead ladybird.
—Takaha Shugyo, loose...Read More
Categories: ladybird, animal, beauty, heaven, nature, sea, simile, stars,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Ladybird Ladybug
wee Coccinella

xanthic petaled pedestal-

penny for your thoughts...Read More
Categories: ladybird, flower, insect, nature, red, yellow,
Form: Haiku

Hickory Dickory Dock, the mouse,
Ran up the clock,
But the crooked little man
In his crooked little house,
Who caught this crooked mouse
After Humpty Dumpty's fall,
Could not prevent the coming
Down of baby, cradle and all!
Now old Mother Hubbard,
Checked her bare cupboard
And found Jack...Read More
Categories: ladybird, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
sing ladybird sing
I hear birds sing
Beautifully they sing
With bliss they cheer the sun as it rises from the mountains
I hear them sing every hour of the morning
With confidence they sing their different melodies
Summer or winter spring or autumn
Still they sing 
their music...Read More
Categories: ladybird, august, autumn, spring,
Form: Epic

Premium Member Sore Illusion
Tippling I’m from the ink-pot by the pen
Fool drunkard on the path of expression
Wandering I’m on the bone of thorax
Going to leprosy feelings of thrall
No smiling, no crying, paralyzed I’m
An obsession invites only to grope
Seemingly got I everything alone
But in...Read More
Categories: ladybird, how i feel, self, writing,
Form: Blank verse
Not about biscuits
I read in the news the other day,
Believe this if you can.
We should have a gingerbread person,
And not a gingerbread man.

Yes, things should now be genderless,
In order to avoid the flack,
Should anyone be offended, 
When buying a gingery snack. 

When...Read More
Categories: ladybird, england, environment, humanity, humor, nature, planet,
Form: Rhyme
Hank Hill's Dilemma
I sell propane and propane accessories and my name is Hank Hill.
I took Ladybird to the veterinarian today and I may have to kill.
That vet is scum and he's a creep.
He wants to put Ladybird to sleep.
He wants to put...Read More
Categories: ladybird, dog, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Peacocks Smiling Nirvana
This was a fuel like no other 


A feather love me down hard work of 


Robin Renewal smiles came about 

so willing and substantial Awwi 


Her Eightfold path of wisdom 

Like a fire phoenix Peacock...Read More
Categories: ladybird, angel, appreciation, confidence, creation, feelings, longing, paradise,
Form: Classicism
Beauty of Nature
A butterfly on a flower,
It's a moment of pure delight
Testing the nectar with it's feet,
Colourful wings ready for flight.

A ladybird sits on a leaf,
Her red and black body so small,
Working at...Read More
Categories: ladybird, butterfly,
Form: Rhyme
Come spring
Dalia's ,lilies,roses,pansies
Sweet peas and carnations  spring forth
In colours of rainbow they stand
Breeze blows fragrance all around
nothing can beat the scent of roses
nor the beauty of carnations
The birds sing
Winter is over and gone
Insects come out of their  hiding
Butterflies...Read More
Categories: ladybird, art, bird, celebration, cheer up, child, children,
Form: Blank verse
Here comes a word,
A word that cuts as a sword,
You could have heard it’s foreword,
From a songbird or a ladybird,
But I renew your memory,
Of the rocks in our eyes.

I will whisper, mime or even shout,
If this will bring attention,
Prevention and...Read More
Categories: ladybird, addiction, community, drug, mentor,
Form: Verse
Mr Ladybird
This little fellow, sports a dashing suit
He’s covered in spots and looks quite cute 
You can find him in summer on many a leaf
Chewing at the bad guys, with his little teeth

This tiny gardener keeps our plants clean
You’ll have to...Read More
Categories: ladybird, child, education, environment, kids, insect, , cute,
Form: Rhyme
Winter End
Winter End

Feb 25,  2017• By daniel miltz •

This season spoils with orchestral splendor 
A cloud beams in irrepresible render
Spreading opulently past the stars
And raindrops fall from the sky jars

A crying ladybird groans tearfully 
Quailing with blackened fury
And hoping determinedly...Read More
Categories: ladybird, nature,
Form: Quatrain
Sometimes it's all yours, some of it remains mine
All of a sudden I miss a step
And then you excuse me the lack of continuity 
He dragged me here, taking me by my hair and then asked me to leave some space in me to handle all of his...Read More
Categories: ladybird, lust, magic, pride, romance, romantic, sensual, suicide,
Form: Prose Poetry
Popplecoook met popplwwock on a jacket mending mission to a culinary planet. It was varied and various. The threads that were woven. To entice a frozen omelette to rise amidst the blackness and create a circular charm. And even when...Read More
Categories: ladybird, arabic, baby, beach,
Form: I do not know?
A Gardening Expose
With these lines I’ll relate an intriguing tale of dubious accuracy
For I Hope to unveil sordid affairs of more than one conspiracy!
Be warned, that though you might be disturbed by the facts I relate?
They are the truth and nothing more....Read More
Categories: ladybird, garden, word play,
Form: Rhyme
rubble in suitcases
A rubble in a suitcase can be crushed by the might of ten elephants, sixteen rhino, and ladybird in a purple hat. But never a beetle or a silver snake with googly eyes. The monstrous bellowing can alter the voluminous...Read More
Categories: ladybird, bible,
Form: I do not know?
The thought beetle
The thought beetle.

There is a little thought beetle deep within my mind;
He is going around, searching for a rhyme.
He digs out my unconscious thoughts
And helps me to write another line.
When his work is done, he hibernates 
And I sit back...Read More
Categories: ladybird, happy, insect, inspiration, poetry, writing,
Form: I do not know?
A Strange Bird Named O'O

For countless centuries the bird known
 as O'O
Had a rainforest home where there were 
more than a few
When a partner was desired a song 
announced intent
By building a nest the ladybird gave her
When one finds the other it's a...Read More
Categories: ladybird, animal, bird, environment,
Form: Couplet
                     The ladybird

                 ...Read More
Categories: ladybird, appreciation, insect, nature,
Form: Haiku
Shakespeare and iPhones
I checked out 20 words we owe to William Shakespeare and included them in this ditty about teenagers. 

Bedazzled by new-fangled, multitudinous belongings,
fashionable youth in half-blooded pageantry
swagger uncomfortably amidst the inaudible manager
of their disheartening addictions.

Scuffling shy of eyeball contact
they cold-bloodedly...Read More
Categories: ladybird, youth,
Form: Quatrain
Red Indians
Red Indians

We'd fall like Red Indians dying
in that tall fragrant summer grass
Small bellies weaving in and out
with exertion of bloody battle past

Or a ladybird might catch your eye 
while conflict fades in a midday sun
the world might grow perfectly still
scented...Read More
Categories: ladybird, childhood,
Form: I do not know?
When You Were A Child
You probably didn’t hear your Mothers early words to you –
so enraptured were you at the lovely shapes her face made
when her eyes locked onto yours.
You no doubt let your Fathers words go over your head, too;
the only thing that...Read More
Categories: ladybird, childhood, memory,
Form: Free verse
Shakespeare and iPhones
I checked out 20 words we owe to William Shakespeare and included them in this ditty about teenagers. The Bard is emboldened herein :

Bedazzled by new-fangled, mutitudinous belongings,
Fashionable youth in half-blooded pageantry
Swagger uncomfortably amidst the inaudible manager
Of their disheartening addictions.

Scuffling...Read More
Categories: ladybird, funny, technology, teenage,
Form: Free verse