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Short Goldfinch Poems

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


Survival


  goldfinch dazzles 
  in winter sun -
  hawk watches...

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Categories: goldfinch, nature,
Form: Haiku



Haiku Poem 2
along the roadside
chicory and a goldfinch
this August morning...

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© Tom Cook  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: goldfinch, animal, august, bird, flower, good morning, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member haiku 12
a goldfinch feasts
among the ripe concord grapes --
purple stains my lips...

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Categories: goldfinch, nature,
Form: Haiku
Summer Dandelion
dry brown summer grass dandelions gone to seed goldfinch eat their fill
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© Ann Roske  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: goldfinch, animals, food, nature, seasons, work,
Form: Haiku
Haiku-9
Goldfinch singing high up in white cherry plum tree holds me on the path
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Categories: goldfinch, nature, uplifting,
Form: Haiku



Goldfinch
plumed gems
flit and flutter
from whitest Queen Anne's Lace
To purple thistledown roadside
treasure...

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Categories: goldfinch, nature,
Form: Cinquain
Premium Member goldfinch
male goldfinch eats seeds free for him at the feeder... summer's mate dines last
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Categories: goldfinch, nature,
Form: Haiku
Three Haiku
a Goldfinch hoping
along an old weathered fence
pear tree blossoms

early afternoon
green woodpecker in field
hidden by wet grass

a small garden pond
hundreds of tiny tadpoles
wriggling at the edge
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Categories: goldfinch, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Goldfinch pair visit
Goldfinch pair visit birdbath seeking cool water.... water way too deep male Goldfinch inches down Willow Tree limb to bath... fear enters halts plan male Nuthatcher drinks water from swallow birdbath... Goldfinch pair learn fast
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Categories: goldfinch, nature,
Form: Haiku
On gold-tipped wings
How cheerfully the goldfinch sings
At rest from undulating flight, 
A bar of gold on charcoal wings
And crown of scarlet, black and white.

I love to hear his silvery trill
As tasty teasel seeds he spies.
With long fine beak he takes his fill
Then off on gold-tipped wings he flies.

19.02.19

'Songbirds Contest' :Sponsored by: Tania Kitchin...

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Categories: goldfinch, bird,
Form: Rhyme
Trills
Smouth-tongued  goldfinch birds gently lean on each other

Under reddish blue skies of a summer night

Chills full of melodies and chants them cover 

Feather by feather 


From sunset to dawn, touching heads, they twitter

Watching the full bright moon over them glitter

Love trills and symphonies them weld together 

Feather to feather


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© dido ch  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: goldfinch, feelings,
Form: Rhyme
Goldfinch
On cleared and cultivated land,
exotic weeds and thistle stand,
whose seed is sought in great demand,
so farmers gain a helping hand.

This alien now does belong;
common is this bird’s distinctive song.
Spring courtship and a breeding throng;
autumn flocks keep bonding strong.

A buffy wash midst shades of brown,
and red-faced with a blackened crown,
gold bars on wings; prefer a town, 
Goldfinches never let us down....

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Categories: goldfinch, bird,
Form: Rhyme