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Insect Nature Poems

These Insect Nature poems are examples of Nature poems about Insect. These are the best examples of Nature Insect poems written by international poets.


Premium Member SPRING HAS SPRUNG
Those tiny drooping bells of white 
mark end of winter days.
Soon there follows the purple bright
from first saffron displays.

We say good-bye to winter grey ...

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Categories: nature, seasons,



Premium Member Arachnid
Behold a monster
Intricate wonders within
Weaving fragile threads...

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Categories: insect, nature,

Premium Member The Bee
honey bees emerge
thirst for sweet flower nectar
apple blossom time
...

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Categories: flower, insect, nature,

Premium Member The Locusts are Coming
  The locusts are coming
    They’ll be here soon
  Turning all greenery black
    Obliterating the moon

 ...

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Categories: insect, nature, sound,

Premium Member Summer Buzz
Hot summer, wearing
sun-striped sweaters, worker bees
in eighty-degrees.
...

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Categories: nature, 11th grade, animal, appreciation,



Premium Member I Dreamt
I dreamt of blue birds
and buzzing bumble bees.
I roamed with the bison herds,
prayed with mantis on our knees,
and butterflies in the breeze.

I greeted the cheery...

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Categories: nature, animal, bird, dream, environment,

Premium Member Song of The Multicolored Malay Lacewing Butterfly No 11: ABBA
Tropical Impressionist ascenders,
colorist defenders were everywhere,
Multicolored Malay Lacewings ... there,
added ambiance to the fanfare years,
the species are restricted to forest
reserves due to its flowering host...

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Categories: nature, allusion, analogy, appreciation, butterfly,

Premium Member Where Moonbeams Dance
Where moonbeams dance upon the ice 
on frosted lakes of arctic flow,
a peaceful calm the night suffice
where moonbeams dance.

A tatted curtain veils the show
of dappled...

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Categories: nature, dance, environment, insect, moon,

Premium Member Sundrops
Sundrops dapple umbrageous trees 
strewing uncut diamonds, littering the path
with ambient flickers of what lies beyond.

Sundrops freckle ocean's surface
accenting the ripples that pattern the waves,
nuzzling...

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Categories: environment, insect, nature, ocean,

Premium Member pond a ring
toad sat liliy pad
a buzz a gulp splash~buzzing
yellow jacket fleets...

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Categories: nature, allusion, analogy, animal, appreciation,

Premium Member Song of The Venus Flytrap No 9: AABB
Unthinkable odds descriptive recounts,
The Venus Flytrap, U.S.A, amounts.
Unique to Carolina's, north and south,
triggers sensory hairs in its hinged mouth.
Small insect or arachnid alerts trap,
then leafy...

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Categories: nature, allusion, analogy, green, growth,

Yellow Butterflies
Saw two butterflies
Fly beneath the autumn skies
With their golden wings....

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Categories: nature, autumn, butterfly, flying, imagery,

Premium Member Song of The Praying Mantis No 8: ABBA
Naught lowlife, but pro-life; pin-up; wildlife,
like the Mantis, or the praying Mantis,
cockroaches and termites, close relatives,
there are stick ones or grasshoppers, half-life.
A year's life, they...

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Categories: nature, allusion, analogy, appreciation, imagery,

Premium Member Dancing with Bees
You fascinate clearly
Once you're out of your hive
Flitting here, landing there
Keeping gardens alive

There's a sweetness, and yet
Nasty sting so beware
Your work all consumes 
As you...

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Categories: nature, dance, feelings, flower, flying,

Premium Member Song of The Agapema Moth No 7: ABAB
Climbing ivy draws and flowers, delight,
Agapema anon a Saturn moth. 
Saturniidae family has spanned life
short, longer if bigger, three weeks--like Hoth,
blind god tricked by Loki...

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Categories: nature, allusion, analogy, appreciation, imagery,


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