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Short Bluejay Poems

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

Come Spring
a quiet bluejay
perched on top of the snowman
for spring has arrived...

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© Larry Belt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bluejay, nature, seasons
Form: Haiku

Bluejay -Than-Bauk-
A bluejay flies in the skies clear my eyes search hard. Copyright © Cynthia Jones ©2005

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Categories: bluejay, art, beautiful,
Form: Than-Bauk
all afternoon           
the blue jay calls
flies off and lands again
pushing his lifeless mate
through the dry grass

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Categories: bluejay, bird, death, feelings,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member the jay
the jay a crisp call seeks the water drinks fill in one sip drops bluejay each day a crisp call until today has he gone away now blue blue

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Categories: bluejay, absence,
Form: Cinqku
That BlueJay
That Blue Jay made short work
Of that beetle morsel
On the gnarly branch
Sort of like me
When it comes to
A Godiva chocolate

August 1 2009 poem 4 the Botanic Garden...

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Categories: bluejay, animals, nature
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Bluejay
No need to worry 
No need to fear
Goodness will find it's way clear
My strength is my weakness
It opens my heart
To those dark places 
Which sets them apart
I bring them Gods light for they are still lost
Kindness my friends.......Has no cost.......


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Categories: bluejay, spiritual, strength, thank you,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member My Bluejay

He tilts his head
watching me approach,
knowing full well
that he is master 
of the attack on my 
strawberries…no use
fighting about it..he
just waits and hops 
along the fence. I give in
with a certain pleasure, and
do not begrudge him
his share..


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Categories: bluejay, bird,
Form: Free verse
There was a Bluejay
     I saw a little bird today, it was a Bluejay. 

The little bird was the cuties little thing.

But the bird had a broken wing.  It tried,

and tried to fly, but it had a broken wing.

So, instead of flying the little Bluejay bird,

begin to sing, sing, sing.  Do what you can do.

God Bless, Happy Holidays...

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Categories: bluejay, beautiful,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member One Bluejay's Time

One Bluejay’s Time

A heavy old Bluejay perches on a dead redbud limb,
His black eyes survey what he claims as his own;
Little sparrow subjects wait while he feeds,
He grabs a bite and eats alone.

The winged ones he thinks he has bullied,
Perch, camouflaged and wait,
Wait for years if they must, they are kind,
They will win – it’s the Bluejay’s fate.

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Categories: bluejay, metaphor, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Blossoms at Cherrystone
Like a wild bouquet--
Lovely on this hot Tuesday;
One park in full bloom--
Smell is like sweet perfume.

With a lazy eaze,
Moving in a gentle breeze,
Seeming eager to dance,
They do so entrance!

There flies bluejay!
A moment that seems so gay.
Hot summer at last here--
Sky is so clear.

Sun floods Cherrystone.
Woodsy place now overgrown.
Wild flowers there ablaze--
Bright, hazy days....

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Categories: bluejay, beauty, flower, june, nature, solitude, summer, sunshine,
Form: Rhyme