Short Anteater Poems
Short Anteater Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Anteater by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Anteater by length and keyword.
anteater, 7th grade, animal, imagery, irony,
A trail of sugar…
happy ants crawling along:
anteater, insect, life,
with no real destination
the anteater wakes
anteater, food, insect, sweet,
The ants nodded knowingly to each other
A honey-pot overturned
~ Anteater licked his lips...
anteater, animal, fun, jealousy,
A Dainty Flower I Would Be
If a dainty pink flower I would be,
I would choose the delicate peony.
Encouraging him to lick ants off me.
Anteater Gibbon and Kangaroo Too
Anteater’s ideas are absolute.
Buff-cheeked gibbon gives them a toot.
Tree kangaroo throws down a shoot.
Peacock pheasant gives them the boot.
I run away with all of their loot.
I am kind of a robber galoot.
Grow up prickly.
Grow up quick.
They raze -
Hurts in his alphabet soup.
The Aardvark and the Pangolin
anteater, animal, betrayal, character, funny love, humorous, jealousy,
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.
It Was In My Mouth
anteater, animal, anxiety, humorous, kiss,
I felt her gaze upon me
With unavoidable bright eyes
Her adoration made me smile
She is so innocent, yet so wise
I swooped her up and held her close
That's when it all went south
With the speed of an anteater
My dog Pixies tongue was in my mouth!
Her mouth may be cleaner than mine
That didn't dampen my chagrin
Because I forgot, and licked my lips
Even knowing where that tongue had been!...
The long tongues
gibe him sharp.
Tumbleweed in the schoolyard.
Can’t tread him down.
Hurts are on the surface
Thorns and barbs,
quills quietly quivering
the quarry -
into his heart.
Suzie Q Anteater and Ms Gerbil
Mrs. Suzie Q. Anteater will take the lead, Ms. Gerbil said.
If I try to take over she might thump me hard on the head.
We did not know what she was talking about, what did she know?
We saw them parading down to town, going kind of ploddish and slow.
I told you she’d take over, Ms. Gerbil’s eyes seemed to say.
This made us laugh a little bit into our hankies that day.
Mrs. Suzie Q. Anteater is the mother of eight or nine.
You’d best do what she says and stand straight in her line.