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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.

fully communal
a hard-working slave insect
a hermit I am...

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Categories: nature,

Premium Member And Just WHERE DO ants GO WHEN IT SNOWS-
It's mid March
 And does anyone knows
where the ants go 
when it snows
And do they have a beating heart
And if so what does it...

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Categories: insect, missing, nature, snow,

Premium Member Bees Are Coming
Bees are coming, bees are coming,
how I love to hear their humming,
tiny wings just drum, drum, drumming;
we’ll be chumming, we’ll be chumming.

We’ll share nectar freely...

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Categories: environment, flower, insect, nature,

5 - Beeside signs
Beeside signs.

One day Humble was in his nursery class learning,
About the A-Bee-See’s;
When the teacher, Miss Guide-Bee, 
Told them all that later that day,
The would bee...

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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: nature, future, growth, hope, insect,

1 - From the beeginning
From the beeginning

A heart beats…
A heart beats again…
A heart beats…and then another.
A heart beats…
And then another
And then another
And then another,
Until the rhythm of the hearts...

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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: nature, freedom, happiness, imagination, insect,

Premium Member DEATH NATURE- -
Death Nature 

Oh, how I love nature’s death;
As the season takes it rest;
Taking of its last thread of breath
Alas, climate changes jest;

It’s in death nature...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, nature, seasons,

Premium Member Nature's Black Widow

“You might think I'm cold-hearted. I am.
I can't afford distractions. I've got work to do.”
Nathan Edmondson, Black Widow #3

She moves in silence, tethered to a...

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Categories: nature, 10th grade, 8th grade,

Premium Member Black Widow Spider
I'm smaller and harmless if I'm male
and I have no venom. I'm dangerous 
and much bigger if I'm female. It's hard 
to tell my sex,...

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Categories: insect, nature,

Premium Member Harbinger Of Spring
  Amaryllis apple blossoms start to bloom.
Bumblebees buzz and butterflies float about.
   Fruits of renewal are ripe for the picking.

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Categories: beauty, flower, insect, nature,

Premium Member Natures Caretakers
 Tiny faeries in snapdragon beds,
crying, wailing to be fed,
on the nectar brought by bees,
from the nearby hills of green.

Tiny newborns with great hair,
will learn...

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Categories: nature, appreciation, beauty, flower, insect,

Premium Member way up north down under


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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: insect, nature, water,

Premium Member Backhoe
digging in the road

concrete dust in flight-

on a window sill

backhoe engine stops
hunger quenched


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Categories: insect, nature, poems, poetry,

Premium Member weaving

weaving a final
resting place~
sleep till the next life

posted on December 9, 2019...

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Categories: insect, life, nature, summer,

Premium Member metamorphosis

~the chrysalid

posted on December 9, 2019...

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Categories: nature, growing up, insect, life,

Premium Member translucent

translucent wings
in flight~
the butterfly

posted on December 9, 2019...

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Categories: beautiful, flying, insect, nature,

Swarm of flies lingered
 As they feasted on remains
    Earth swallowed them all

December 8, 2019...

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Categories: earth, environment, insect, nature,


  on the tenth floor
 my office window 
  from a thread 
  like an acrobat 
  little quivering legs 

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Categories: city, courage, insect, nature,

Premium Member Praying Mantis
focused praying mantis still as a stick

clueless prey three times its size

best friend of gardeners

October 13, 2019
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Brian Strand, sponsor...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: garden, insect, nature, poetry,

Premium Member Robber Fly
   a robber fly stabs its prey...

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Categories: imagery, insect, nature,

Premium Member Jitterbug July

In sultry July come wee things that fly
          Up-and-down in a flickering display,

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Categories: appreciation, insect, nature,