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Short Aardvark Poems

Short Aardvark Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Aardvark by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Aardvark by length and keyword.

huntin seeson four
albert went after aardvark
annie went out on a lark
albert tripped
annie slipped
on albert a ring in the dark

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Categories: aardvark, nonsense,
Form: Limerick

Premium Member Artistic Aardvark Named Clark
An artistic aardvark 
living in a forest dark
very quickly did embark
upon a quest on an ark
Noah gave him name of Clark.

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Categories: aardvark, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Monorhyme
The Mystic Aardvark
Alan the mystic
Rejected wrath and
Violence and ire
Alan said
Result in endless

by Gail


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Categories: aardvark, animal, emotions, humor, philosophy, truth, violence, wisdom,
Form: Acrostic
The Aadrvark
The aardvark likes to eat termites
He has big ears and a very long snout
He uses his ears to find his food
And his tongue to get them out

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Categories: aardvark, animals, children, nature,
Form: I do not know?
there once was an aardvark with quite a tongue
he has used it well since he was young
zip it here
and zap it there
many a poor ant has been stung...

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Categories: aardvark, animal,
Form: Limerick

Aardvark Reverie

When Aardvark sleeps, perchance to dream
About a tasty snack … 

I wonder, does he ever wish
It wouldn’t bite him back?

Inspired by Lee Leon’s poem ‘Aardvark’
Thanks, Lee!

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Categories: aardvark, animals, funny
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Aardvark
Aardvark First animal Alphabetically Destroyer of high citadels Thirty five million years, one diet Consuming whole populations Poor eyesight, nocturnal Termite eater Aardvark

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© Lee Leon  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aardvark, animals, education
Form: Rictameter
Picnic Ants
Who invited the ants?
Who asked them to come?
Pesky intruders
Attacking each crumb
Unwanted guests
Totally rude
All over my blanket
Eating my food
The next time I picnic
Or come to the park
Remind me to bring
My pet Aardvark!

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© Kitty Lou  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aardvark, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Aardvark Limerick
Aardvark Limerick

An Aardvark living in Timbuktu,
Raised his finger and said,” screw you”
Why so rude, I said back,
Lovely manners you do lack.

So, to reciprocate, I gave him two.

Limerick Contest
Line Gauthier
Written 19.10.17...

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aardvark, africa, animal, fun, nonsense, rude, word play,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Aardvark and the Pangolin
The Aardvark and the Pangolin,
Romantically, had been entwined.
But infidelity, was in the air,
Aardvark, had a new suiter in mind.

Pangolin, did challenge his rival,
The Anteater with beautiful snout.
Don’t fear for me, on your betrayal,
Sweet Armadillo, is taking me out.

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aardvark, animal, betrayal, character, funny love, humorous, jealousy,
Form: Rhyme
Short Ribs A: Gourmet or Gourmand
The aardvark is a quirky beast,
Uniquely dentalated,
And to the armadillo gastronomically related.
He dines on termites, ants and such,
Most any bug his tongue can touch,
On fruits and veggies, not so much,
Just when he's low on Vitamin C....
Or needs to be re-regulated.

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Categories: aardvark, humor,
Form: Light Verse
to think like a child at 25
i was a pest on the wall
i was an electricity aardvark
i was a refrigerator raider
i was a bumby bill increaser
then the door left a mark
the locks became cunning chameleons
the reality became a badly bitter truth serum
time card growth became forever tattooed in my mind over time


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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aardvark, growth, memory, remember,
Form: Free verse
An aardvark ambling about ate ants
beside bubbling bountiful
cascades churning
Eventually, eating exhausted,
finding ferns
gently grasping
his head, he
just jumped ...
kerplop! killing
little languishing
microbes mating
Once, out on
picturesque plains
queerily quiet,
raking roots,
(sometimes standing 
tall to take the
view) various
wormy woods were
yielding ...

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© Sue Mason  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aardvark, funny
Form: ABC
Ode 32 111 102 32 97 32 98 97 108 108 32 111 102 32 115 110 111 116
See, see the splurptious sky
Marvel at its big Mauve depths.
Tell me, dingle, do you
Wonder why the Aardvark ignores you?

Why its foobly stare
makes you feel Crappy.
I can tell you, it is
Worried by your crumbobulous facial growth

That looks like
A Rotten fish.
What's more, it knows
Your flarpgurgle potting shed

Smells of a ball of snot.
Everything under the big splurptious sky
Asks why, why do you even bother?
You only charm aliens?


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Categories: aardvark, silly,
Form: Vogon
When The Darkness Shines
"Your light burns brighter than a dying star"
Barked the Aardvark to the lightning bug
Suffocating in the mason jar

"Was it not I" replied the fly encased in glass
"Who gave Edison the idea of the bulb
By the seat of my enlightened ass"

"I thought i was special i must admit
And when my light dies out
I hope you step in shit"

Slipping in shit the Aardvark died on the floor
Because the little light burnt out
And darkness shined forevermore...

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Categories: aardvark, abuse, anti bullying, dark, death, humorous, light,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Animal Guessing Game Number 2
African mud banks are my go-to place
Yummy termites and ants my favorite food,
My claws help me keep cool in a digging space.
My sticky tongue keeps me in a marvelous mood
Who am I?
Want to try?
Take a guess.
More or less.
Aardvark you say?
You win the car of the day.
Oops. I am sorry to say
A car is not available today.

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Categories: aardvark, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Personification
THEN the skies bellowed a frothy glitter    and  d o w n  became up   &
sideways turned horizontally truthful
said the vegan Aardvark.

   THE Policeman chewed his m0uth-
side and a Red Ant crawled out from his nostril damn-us (Quatrain 173) &
   my pillow has luscious lips from some disembodied woman who once cared
for me.            The rest of this delirious

prose is buried in an unmarked book

within a discount store on the far 

side of the Moon.


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Categories: aardvark, poetry,
Form: Free verse