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Mole Poems

Mole Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of mole 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 mole.

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Premium Member Ancestry Whack-a-Mole

family tree treasure hunt—

come to your census

12/9/2019...Read More
Categories: mole, family, history, people, tree,
Form: Senryu

Williams Since 1066

First a quick word on Robert the Devil,
whose turbulent  life turned out quite a revel.
He fathered a child on a poor tanner's daughter
then dashed to repent in Jerusalem's quarter,
but on his return, sad to say, he died,
yet he set...Read More
Categories: mole, fate, history, leadership,
Form: Didactic
The Mole Who Came in From The Cold
The Mole Who Came in From The Cold

Says: the Mole to itself, it is getting rather cold
If I did not know better it is like the South Pole

So he packed his fur pyjamas and left in a dash
Pockets full of...Read More
Categories: mole, beach, fun, sea, sun,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member A Soup Bowl Full of Christmas
Twas the night before Christmas, when all thru the Soup bowl,
Not a poet was writing, not even the musing mole.
All their pens were hung by the chimney with bubble gum,
Hoping Winged Warrior would lose and let them win some.

The poetesses...Read More
Categories: mole, christmas, family, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Slow Toothless Mole
In one labor of Star-nosed Moles
Traveled a slower toothless cow
The last in line, all that she sees
Is sore gums and molasses now!...Read More
Categories: mole, animal, anxiety, funny, word play,
Form: Quatrain

All Lazy and Fat

Thought I was a dog all lazy and fat
I then chased a mouse perhaps I'm a cat
When in the backyard I dug a big hole
Now wondering if I've become a mole
Then into the pool a splash and a swish
Just swimming...Read More
Categories: mole, dog, fun,
Form: Rhyme
In younger days, my doctor calls
Were few and far between.
A checkup visit wasn’t ever
Part of my routine.

But aging changes all of that
For everyone is trying,
By seeing every specialist,
To staunch the fear of dying.

So now a dermatologist
Will check a brand-new mole.
Suspicious...Read More
Categories: mole, age,
Form: Rhyme

 Oh why oh why doesn’t ostrich fly
The lion roared oh why oh why 
He has the feathers 
He has the wings
And all of those  other birdie things 

Along  came the monkey 
Who pretended that he knew...Read More
Categories: mole, animal, best friend,
Form: I do not know?
Lion bout grabbing tiger by tail
Lion 'bout grabbing tiger by tail

Holy mole lee
watch out fowl, balladeer
look out... i.e. donkey kong
primate doth share
footloose slothful writing,
essentially swiftly tailored hare

reed styled mountebank
gets made by mice elf,
an imperfect triangulated square,
while "fake" charioteer
looses neigh scent horsesense
glomming "fake" papier

mâché piñata across...Read More
Categories: mole, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Free verse
Mole Rat
I cannot type 
I cannot write 
I cannot read
I cannot see 
I cannot hear 
I cannot smell 
I am like a mole rat 
...Read More
Categories: mole, angst, candy, courage, day, future, how i
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Tree Yon Forest

Wind plots path confronts tree micro-mass mole,
Legions of leaves, twigs, armored branches whole,
Ill-equipped convictions were extensive,
Stamina, held, losses were intensive.

Sun floats freely above and takes delight,
Wielding its rays, every way, all its might,
Shines through numerous limbs abandoned truth,
Dries foundation, steep...Read More
Categories: mole, analogy, destiny, endurance, happiness, life, meaningful, sad,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Soot
Soot on LA highway signs. Billboard of you,
a real estate agent. All endeavor slides
toward inertia, extinction, forgetfulness.

It’s very tropical. Vegetation invades
the house unless constant inputs of joy
apply. The scientist in you feels the

great ape in you. The great ape feels
death...Read More
Categories: mole, city, death, future, house, lonely, love, work,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Bare Handed Mole Toss
Though you might think I seem country
And there's a lot of that in my roots
I was raised metropolitan,
Not much on plows, guns and boots!

Once when my stepson came over
To cut up a fallen tree for wood
I happened to see a...Read More
Categories: mole, humorous, imagery, marriage, nature,
Form: Quatrain
Catch the Day's Charm
Struck dumb by old dreams which have failed to spawn,
the tired, blank muse ends her walk ‘cross the lawn.
Dulled once more cause the light just will not dawn. 

With naught to prompt her, she sneaks up the stair.
When bright young...Read More
Categories: mole, 11th grade, muse, poetry, writing,
Form: Sonnet
Sun beats down
Baking the ground
mole goes deep...Read More
Categories: mole, animal,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Trixie Playing at Three A M
the rolly chair chance,
the pole-y bear prance
the zanily, happily, dappily, underwear dance.

my muse laugh as she comes up with these lines.
Loving the colorfulness of the things that she finds.
The holy care rance.
The mole-y dare lance…..

She is lying on her back...Read More
Categories: mole, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Norma Jeane Baker
The beautiful Marilyn Monroe
An Icon, she would never know
Blond bombshell, so pretty
She was also very witty

There was actress with a mole on her face
A facial mark, women tried to erase
It became so unique
Women drew it on cheeks
The mole became famous,...Read More
Categories: mole, people, tribute,
Form: Clerihew
Somethings gonna get you;
somethin' got it's eye on you;
Open and shutting mouth
What's a beak gonna do;
Chew you up and down;
Peck you on your sunburn arm;
Spit in your eyes;
Scratch your thigh;
Why, Oh why;
It's crawling out you onto your lips;
A fever blister...Read More
Categories: mole, adventure, analogy, animal, anxiety, bird, conflict, confusion,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Aspirations and desires he set out to reach,
One day he will make it and they will all be rich,
From a young age, he carried the burden,
Searching for purpose through it all,
Though it may seem like he figured it out.
Successful they...Read More
Categories: mole, depression, endurance, poetry, solitude,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Want to Walk With Me
A mole hole?
A vole hole?
A muskrat door?
Or will I find a snakeskin?

I am on a little hunt today
To see what I can find 
The ants are carrying away the crumbs
Tuesday’s crusts, thrown by a child who dislikes it?

I leave the...Read More
Categories: mole, animal, nature,
Form: Free verse
it is i
wish and

so do
ask to
see your

views and
gasp driving

my eyes
and tongue
down your sharp

with no

i slam my

and drive
back backwards

for did
i pass a

or a
left turn

best viewed

with the
sun...Read More
Categories: mole, muse,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member My Backyard-List
My northern backyard is very private in my hometown of Bellingham, Washington state…well, I’m technically in the county, across the street from the city, but that is another poem…I’m lucky because I can’t see any other buildings or roads yet....Read More
Categories: mole, nature, places,
Form: List
Three Turtle Songs

Turtle by the Door

The bears and wolves are few;
one threadbare widow mourning,
two grays as consumptive as smoke.
The large dwindle,
their bodies grow more awkward,
more at odds.
The heavier beasts sway
like drunks in the scant woods.
Under a pelting dark they come.
Beneath a stabbing...Read More
Categories: mole, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
Bad Habits
Bad habits do they ever stay away 
All strong efforts made to quit may sway
Deeper it seeps into dark pores
Hovering as a mole with thick sores
Admitting pressure load to carry
Biting deep into the soul to worry
Inviting demons stealing dearth cold
Teasing...Read More
Categories: mole, anxiety, dark, depression, health, recovery from, stress,
Form: Acrostic
My Grass and Mole Cricket
My Grass and Mole Cricket

My grass is being killed by mole cricket,
Even beneath my fence that is a picket;
Grass is dying;
We are crying;
Do wish there is way that we can lick it.

Jim Horn...Read More
Categories: mole, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick