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Short Dormouse Poems

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


Premium Member A single drop of dew captured in a buttercup
A single drop of dew
caught in a buttercup
Provides a welcoming d
first drink of the day
to  Ladybugs Dormouse
and busy shrew.



Peter Dome.copyright.2013. July....

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dormouse, animal, drink, flower, insect, nature,
Form: Free verse



A Lepid Swan
Gigantic gimmick a political gentlemen.
Genuflected genre mathematician gild fan.
Mirific misemploy a flamboyance rolling can.
Doxology douceur dormouse examplar excavator,
Agitator moisture nodulation a lepid swan....

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Categories: dormouse, epic
Form: Haiku
Hedgehog
Hare says I am far too slow 
Earwig says to crawl below
Dormouse says and also toad
Go with care when on a road
Eagle says be keen of eye
Hen says crossing why am I?
Owl says wiser I should be
Good advice they all give me...

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Categories: dormouse, animals
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Daisy Dormouse
Daisy Dormouse

My dearest Daisy Dormouse,
will you invite me in for tea?
I seek your hand in Marriage,
what will your answer be?
Dear Sir, my heart you flatter,
but I cannot marry you,
Mother say’s you’re a Rat
and betrothed to Chantelle Shrew.
...

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dormouse, animal, cute love, fun, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member THE ARTISAN'S RECOURSE
A mist is coming off the dishwasher sea,
Noon daylight is wearing thin,
A dormouse rustles last year’s leaves
The village sward shines verdant green
So much is done, so much will come,
So much is still to do!
So, we’ll make a friend of the soft grey dawns
And by light work the long evening through.


© Joe Maverick 08-10-2010
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Categories: dormouse, life
Form: Verse



Premium Member Attention
The boy was hopping
The girl was skipping
The baby was bouncing
While the man was kipping

The cat was pouncing
The dog was dancing
The music was bobbing
The sound was throbbing

The dormouse slept
When a lion leapt
As a pig walked by
With a blinking eye
Away he crept

Somewhere else
Nobody's sure where
A gymnast vaulted
Straight up in the air

This nonsense poem
Has been hard work
Carelessly written
By a complete and utter jerk...

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Categories: dormouse, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme