Robin Poems

Robin Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of robin 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 robin.

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Premium Member Bobbin' Red Robin
Robins wear their hearts upon the breast
In perfect visions of loveliness 
Bobbin' along to their own sweet chirps
In melodious garden concerts.

Robins make themselves permanent guests
In trees to call home and build a nest
Their love a secret of your garden
Secrets certain...Read More
Categories: robin, bird, blessing, garden,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member ROBIN REDBREAST
One of my favourite birds is the Robin Redbreast
I see him on my lawn with his bright scarlet chest

A territorial bird, he’ll guard his piece of the land
If another bird ventures in then he will take a stand

When I’m digging...Read More
Categories: robin, bird,
Form: Couplet
The Sunrise Song
"I'm very happy being me, although sometimes I'd love to be a bird so
that I could fly." - Joy Fielding


Furrowing the crisp layers of thin air
flies the migratory songbird of charm,
the cheerful Robin on the frilled wings
soars to the fringe...Read More
Categories: robin, bird, song,
Form: Free verse
Sepia-tinted season is on
Sepia-tinted season is on
You are yellow and red
Crunching leaves in the lawn
Soft sun on bed



You are yellow and red
As I pick apples
Soft sun on bed
Squirrels under maples



As I pick apples
In red-and-gold forest
Squirrels under  maples
A Robin in your armrest



In red-and-gold...Read More
Categories: robin, beauty, seasons,
Form: Pantoum
Breaking The Mirror
The Robin
flying in
a mirror

I'm trying
to catch

but breaking the mirror! 


-Wednesday, May 29, 2019 Chattogram...Read More
Categories: robin, hope,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Kindergarteners Red and Blue
Skip counting
Roundabout-ing
Happy shouting
Down spouting

Teeth clenching
Arm wrenching
Mean inching
Plain lynching

Day signals bright
Bees pure delight
One two three are right
We turn on the light

Kindergarteners red and blue
Pork belly pigs on notice too
Hot ham hocks for me and you
That’s enough of the Elmer’s glue

Skip counting
Red...Read More
Categories: robin, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Rhyme
The Robin
A bird settles lightly on the bough
Red breast proud and challenging:
Look at me, I am here. I obey, strangely
Perturbed; a hoped for moment yet,
Once arrived, disturbing, full of portents,
Messages I cannot understand.

The Robin sits lightly on the perch, its
Song full...Read More
Categories: robin, anxiety, hope, love, metaphor,
Form: Blank verse
One Better In Name
J-ust
O-btain
N-ifty
A-uthor's
T-heme
H-aving
A-ttained
N-oble

R-ead's
O-ne
B-etter
I-n
N-ame

Topic: Birthday of poet Jonathan Robin (September 22) 
Form: Vertical Monocrostic...Read More
Categories: robin, birthday, poets,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member His sweet tune
A robin awakened me cheerily
   as I sat up in bed
Tweeting his sweet tune
   that now plays in my head

And when I retired
   at the end of the day
To the tune of the robin
...Read More
Categories: robin, bird, morning, sleep, song, sweet,
Form: Rhyme
Old age can wait
Old age can wait

My body, it tells me, slow down you are old,
Don't kick a football, go out in the cold,
Don't splash in puddles, or play in the dirt,
But my mind keeps on saying, one more time it won't hurt,
So...Read More
Categories: robin, age, childhood,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Robin Williams, Sad Comedian at Heart
Robin Williams,
one of Chicago’s native civilians. 
Became the best comedian in the late seventies,
poor man died from depression’s disease.

Known for his “hyper-comedy”,
Hook, Patch Adams and Jumanji-
though delirious, 
can be serious,
like Dead Poet’s Society.

Forever loved, a man nobody hated, 
a new...Read More
Categories: robin, funny,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member The Pampered One


Plucked flower once clumsily graced a girl's curls,
Now crushed in the wake of her ascending swirls,
Comfort be gone as bees hold dust for another,
Swarms of butterfly's doth aimlessly hover,

           ...Read More
Categories: robin, age, allegory, beautiful,
Form: Narrative
morning
morning:

i awake from a cloudy dream of
dark leaf horses running
with wild bronze manes.

i slide open the bedroom drapes
as a sweet design unfolds
as I watch playful birds –

imagining that they are flying
towards an eastern garden-home.

on the black-brown electrical wire
a robin is...Read More
Categories: robin, peace, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Testaments


Behold, the essence of aubergine and a trail of sparkles yields the moment to radiant reds, like a breasted robin of autumns abandon legions in crumpled layers, impaled to moisten saffron petals and chartreuse fronds,

Strewn against a capricious path that...Read More
Categories: robin, autumn, day, inspirational, life, night, sun,
Form: Free verse
CHAOTIC COMMOTION
         CHAOTIC COMMOTION
         
         All around chaos and squabble.
       ...Read More
Categories: robin, 12th grade, conflict, confusion, irony,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Robins Revenge
Hopping for donuts
I landed in wet crumbs. 
I get chocolate frosting on my left shoe.

They throw me a bit of a roll,
Restaurant’s special item. 
I hop to catch it, land on my right wing.

Silly robin! Someone says.
They laugh at me...Read More
Categories: robin, bird,
Form: Personification
Your smile becomes my morning

~

A lone mist drifts in feathered shadows
where footprints are soft neath a robin egg sky
Hushed sentiments flow on cool morning breezes
as dreams bask in the light of dawn’s shining,
heaven sent beams caressing our skin

The warmth of a new day embraces...Read More
Categories: robin, good morning,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pollyanna is my Go To Plan
I pull out Pollyanna me because it is my go-to-game-plan.
It usually works. Not this time.
I am too happy.
Too upbeat, too enthusiastic.

I tone it down a bit, and try to get to the bottom of things.
Put on my listening face, throwing...Read More
Categories: robin, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 7th
Form: Free verse
The last one home
The last one home.

I walked along the old canal, watching the fishes play,
Dragged my feet and contemplate, as went along the way, 
Let my mind go wandering, adventures for to see,
Batman, Superman, Robin hood all of those I’d be,
Saying a...Read More
Categories: robin, childhood, happiness, memory,
Form: Rhyme
I Am
(for our daughter, on the event of her departure)


Once upon a time a great blue heron stopped to rest from her travels, in a field. 

She closed her great and powerful wings, and folded her long, long legs, and shut...Read More
Categories: robin, bird, conflict, destiny, future, i am, identity,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member In Mommy's womb
In Mommy's womb a baby grows
A robin lays an egg, we know
She seems devoted to her nest
Which way do you think is the best
It was decided long ago

When baby's born, mom's face does glow
Though nothing on a robin shows
To nurture...Read More
Categories: robin, baby, bird, mother,
Form: Rondeau
Premium Member Banksy

British graffiti artist. Controversial, polarizing, and deeply mysterious.

Awarded Person of the Year at the 2014 Webby Awards, but...

No one is quite sure who he is, or what he looks like. His talent, undeniable.

Known only by his pseudonym; rumored to be...Read More
Categories: robin, art, celebrity, mystery, people,
Form: Acrostic
Robins


There is a collective revving
of chutzpah and pluck.
The flock takes flight.
One robin jumps late,
takes off alone
behind the bunch.
It struggles to catch up,
then segues in mid-air,
as if to say: ...k it.
The bird lands alone
on a bare branch.
It doesn’t care;
robins are not...Read More
Categories: robin, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
Renewed Promise
Blue skies glisten,
the morning sun kisses

A Robin announcing
the day

The sweetness of spring,
to all lovers it brings

Renewed wishes
—the fresh promise of May

(Villanova Pennsylvania: March, 2017) 
...Read More
Categories: robin, may, spring,
Form: Rhyme
What The Cardinal Saw In The Clouds
Is that a Robin in the Nimbus, I see
or perhaps a large chickadee?
Why there’s an assembly of foul progeny,
in that gargantuan, puffball sea,
that seem to be mocking me.

Oh, who populates those thunderheads?
I see not one, cardinal of red.
That vaporous curtain,...Read More
Categories: robin, appreciation, nature, ocean, places, poetry, sea, sky,
Form: Rhyme