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Mallard Poems - Poems about Mallard

Mallard Poems - Examples of all types of poems about mallard 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 mallard.
Premium Member The Crow is Not a Pretty Bird
... The crow is not a pretty bird, no match for jay or cardinal or swan. Its flight is sluggish, as though weighed down with some inner burden. And it lacks that grace of motion whose beauty......Read More
Categories: mallard, bird,
Form: Light Verse

Premium Member Dear friend, Waiting For You
... flying over Gulf of Mexico tranquil emerald expanse, not going to stop until ......Read More
Categories: mallard, best friend, bird,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Upside down, Inside out
...Hummingbird hardly heard, airily, merrily extraordinarily effortless floating, near weightless transparency, seemingly without the slightest of care. Urgent persistency, terribly panicky, ......Read More
Categories: mallard, nature,
Form: McWhirtle
Premium Member CLERIHEW turner
...Joseph Mallard Wiiliam T a a bit of an art revolutionary was he From 'old master genre' without guile to a forerunner abstraction meanwhile ......Read More
Categories: mallard, art, people,
Form: Clerihew
For the Birds
...A rather randy mallard duck Was causing all the hens to cluck Around about dawn Along came a swan With a bigger bang for the buck......Read More
Categories: mallard, nature,
Form: Limerick

A glimpse of
...… sun at break of day Striking through mist burns off the grey. A dragonfly now starts to stir. And soon it’s up and in the air. The coot, five eggs she incubate. With patience, many days to w......Read More
Categories: mallard, animal, water,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Number 63
...The canal is lined with anxious people, both young and old. Sitting, standing and laying on blankets. Everyone has put their bet in. It's just a matter of time to see whose duck comes in first. Ma......Read More
Categories: mallard, 3rd grade, community, fate,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member That other duck thing
...I now can hear the robins sing, thankfully it's almost spring. The ducks that camped here in the snow are very few now, where'd they go? I'm always consistent with their feeding but very few now are ......Read More
Categories: mallard, 1st grade,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Panorama
...Mint leaf season vortex gilds sylvan glaze vivid hue a scented purple ground mist citrus brume float locus in dewdrop phase cherry orchard fruit shoots hearthrob wish list Gold grosbeak pecking......Read More
Categories: mallard, adventure, art, beautiful, beauty,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Harbinger Birds of Spring POTD
... With the incoming sounds of spring, a resurrection of life, the chilliness flees. Quote _ by Poet Ready for a new season, Spring birds Shake off winter; embracing The bonn......Read More
Categories: mallard, bird, spring,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Rendezvous
... flying over Gulf of Mexico, the boundless tranquil emerald water     not going to stop until I reach my destination ....   the vision of a beautiful country of my......Read More
Categories: mallard, bird, spring,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Yashi and Kirby Twin Kittens
...Yashi rolled her eye at her sister’s playful antics. Kirby did not take life seriously at all, carefree, with no worries. What was that? Someone in the yard? Yashi’s radar went out. She began to b......Read More
Categories: mallard, cat,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Feeding Ducks Early Morn'
... crumbs tossed into pond mallard ducks glide toward me ~ all accounted for Date written: 01/16/2021......Read More
Categories: mallard, bird, imagery, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Descending Mallard Ducks
... Descending Mallard Ducks Soaring white, black grey and brown landing on the greenery grounds picking beaks injecting insects walking closely together feathering Peck, peck, pecking insects t......Read More
Categories: mallard, adventure, analogy, bird, community,
Form: Free verse
...Black, cracked ice on a brooding fen, Lamented calls of teal and moorhen, Echo across frosted tundra and fell, Accented by a single, mournful church bell. Knitted reeds, hard bit by the frost, M......Read More
Categories: mallard, winter,
Form: Acrostic

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