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Lyrebird Poems - Poems about Lyrebird

Lyrebird Poems - Examples of all types of poems about lyrebird to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for lyrebird.
Premium Member White Noise and the Motherload of Dark Matter
... "White Noise and the Mother Load of Dark Matter" underneath the static what exists is never seen nor heard for what it truly is the eyes and mind retaliate in ......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, dark, muse,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member Austalian Lyrebird
...Raymond Littlejohn’s favorite bird to study was the lyrebird. He was an amateur ornithologist who recorded their sounds in the 60’s They are also called peacock-wrens and Australian birds of paradi......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, bird,
Form: Narrative
A Void, We Call Life
...When words fall short, I sit in the world's shadows. Watching the world through my window, I rejoice absurd songs. Life spills in laissez faire economics, consuming dreams to rust. Forgotten bl......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, allusion, analogy, anger, atheist,
Form: Free verse
One Square Mile
...In one square mile, northeast of Noojee, there are seven birds that I often get to see as I walk on the tracks in pristine forestry, in one square mile, northeast of Noojee. A Whipbird crack th......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, nature,
Form: Rhyme
For The Greatest Song
... Every song has a story under our big sun Our song we sing forevermore from since a note begun Let us roar from our core, powerful with might Mighty might with delight for others to unite Si......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, song,
Form: Lyric



Premium Member LyreBird
... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ nature's winged gadget cacophonic arguments reconcile the day ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ August 16, 2021......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, bird,
Form: Haiku
Bunyip Forest Revisited
...Along the road called forestry, the silver ash weeps over me as I meander 'round the dell and glade. Pass scars of sand pits long disused, where gullies, washes speak ‘abused!’ Reclamation offers ......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member They are Great at Voices
...I heard a distinct voice in the bowels of an Australian jungle. Clark Gable! What? He’s been gone a long time. I followed the voice, but alas, now I was hearing Elvis. Singing “Love Me Tender”. ......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, bird,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member White the Lowest Sky
... "White the Lowest Sky" Cries the Lowest Sky tear drops fed as manna o’er the littlest warrior face raised to ultra Light The 3 t......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, freedom, love, trust,
Form: Free verse
Lyrebird Tales
...Mound in the wiregrass is the stage for the dancer in the hills, who steals the arias of others, then through the valley fills, a laugh, a whip, a cackle. Even a stolen axe's ring! Tales of the bu......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, bird,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Blitzkrieg : A Kookaburra Laughs
... “Now behind the eyes and secrets of the dreamers in the streets rocked to sleep by the sea, see the titbits and topsyturvies, bobs and buttontops, bags and bones, ash and rind and dandruff a......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, dark, destiny, dream,
Form: Free verse
Little Stream Without a Name
...A day that’s spent in the forest is a day that’s heaven-sent, with the air so crisp and clean with ample shade, where Mother Nature’s in control with the forest as it’s meant, and the struggle’s a......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, nature, river,
Form: Rhyme
Days in a Forest
...On the days I’m in the forest, there is peace and gratitude, with being where time does move slow, and there’s the natural attitude, of the urging for survival, that keeps the forest in fine tun......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Angels And Lyres
...An angel walks the earth Where mortal sinners Gave a nation birth An angel of elaborate plume Once called Bird of Paradise Still unsurpassed in tune Its plectrum plucks the lyre With an unmatc......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, angel, bird, music, mythology,
Form: Rhyme
LYREBIRD
...I passed by Old Man Banksia, a wonderfully gnarled tree, While trekking through the Jamison, a bushland pedigree, I saw the broad leaf of the Geebung, with its yelow frill, The distant sounds of K......Read More
Categories: lyrebird, beauty, nature,
Form: Rhyme

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