Short Echidna Poems
Short Echidna Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Echidna by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Echidna by length and keyword.
Echidna Gives Me Lots of Advice
echidna, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th
Echidna was giving me lots of advice
Giving it hard, expertly, and at least thrice
Encouraging me to go to a dentist now
Warning me as only bossy echidnas know how.
Her argument held no weight after I remember
Something she told me way back in September
Echidna does not have to get dental relief
For Echidna has absolutely no teeth
It was the day of
I was fondling an echidna.
The home was
carried away in the-
storm. Must find a broom.
On the remains-
of a burned-out soul.
A hope sits on the altar.
A piano drenched in rain-
will not sing in the gale.
The sky will collapse-
one day, I will bring
back the bluebird,
for a revenge.
Kangaroo To The Rescue
echidna, children, funny,
A young cyclist called Jimmy Pike,
Famous for riding his cross-country bike,
Hit an echidna, his tire went flat,
Stopping his long trek,there he sat,
I think he might have to hitch-hike.
A kangaroo came jumping strong,
Paused, then asked, "What is wrong?"
" A wayward echidna with bad eyesight,
got in the way and stopped my bike,"
Now the pair are bouncing along....
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.