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Magpie Poems - Poems about Magpie

Magpie Poems - Examples of all types of poems about magpie 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 magpie.
...You walk a hundred miles on the old country road in the sweltering heat, looking for that one thing that will make you complete and the stars in the early morning sky keeping your company as you walk......Read More
Categories: magpie, adventure, america, animal, appreciation,
Form: Narrative

Garden Swing
...I love to sail on waves of sky where breaths of clouds are rushing by, where tall trees toss their leafy heads way above the garden beds. I love to swing with the birds at dawn when sky cracks......Read More
Categories: magpie, child, garden, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Forest Worms
...See them crawling out of the mound walking in a straight line, one set is going to East, the other to the West, carrying little particles of food in their mouth and moving with rapid speed. The......Read More
Categories: magpie, animal, courage, emotions, environment,
Form: Narrative
Two magpies
...Two magpies By Michelle Morris 28/07/2023 I see two for joy Two magpies in the garden Enjoying the sunshine Inspired by the moments Two as a pair Love and happiness Inspiring our joy B......Read More
Categories: magpie, bird, blessing, environment, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
The Morning Dew
...I sit still in my cabin listening to the robins sing and the warm air from the sun creeps under the door and filters its residue on the floor. I was tempted to sin but a strange emotions sets in and ......Read More
Categories: magpie, best friend, business, celebration,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member A Short Drive
...A couple of 'roos A joey standing forlorn by it's unmoving mother A few wallabies A brick of a wombat An Echidna A heap of budgies A raven Some pretty green grass parrots Cockies and galahs ......Read More
Categories: magpie, sad,
Form: Free verse
Paean To Autumn
...Draw back the curtains at your wake To welcome in October And heartily libation take Lest the old crows find you sober Invite your fond familiars in Each cat and rat and magpie Ignite your ja......Read More
Categories: magpie, autumn, celebration, halloween, october,
Form: Rhyme
...Sundown came fast, the fat Blue Heeler lolling under the low picket fence suddenly jerked his head up as if someone had turned the lights out. A startled Magpie scuttled over the hedgerow maybe......Read More
Categories: magpie, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Magpie
...magpie discernment narcissistic tendency ~ mirrored reflection......Read More
Categories: magpie, bird, environment, mirror, nature,
Form: Haiku
Two For Joy
...Two for joy By Michelle Morris 31/10/2020 If it's one for sorrow, two for joy, Should you capture the magpie to get your way? And why do we with superstitious beliefs, Throw our fear back in......Read More
Categories: magpie, bird, blessing, joy, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Aloof Aloft
...magpie struts haughty its demeanor black and white flips betwixt between......Read More
Categories: magpie, bird,
Form: Haiku
I Re: Egret Forsaking Gull Friend Where, Heron Eye Twitter
...I re: egret forsaking gull friend where, heron eye twitter Fictional account related courtesy one pink flamingo. Aves lusting for verboten tweet reed lubricious sin after giving Twiggy anot......Read More
Categories: magpie, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse
Perhaps I Will Die For a Reason, Not So Strong
...Perhaps I will die for a reason, not so strong A translation of a poem of Humayun Azad Perhaps I will die for a reason, not so strong For a little dandelion for a trickling dewdrop Perhaps i w......Read More
Categories: magpie, beauty, blessing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Field In Winter
...A field in winter frosted with fresh-fallen snow cloaks the mole, mouse, and magpie hunting in hunger. The hawk swoops down with keen eye to crash the feasting party.......Read More
Categories: magpie, animal, bird, flying, food,
Form: Sedoka
A Middling Nowhere
...Where are the magpies? Where the ruined cathedrals where are the birds that once made their homes in the hollow heads of saints? Here all dwell in the new or the old the days between are bull......Read More
Categories: magpie, poetry,
Form: Free verse

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