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Short Leech Poems

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

Rumbling floor leech
Mewling kitten becomes The
Hunter's new target...

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Categories: leech, animal
Form: Haiku

Sin and Sinner
sin adheres firmly
like a blood sucking vile leech -
doer never spared....

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Categories: leech, sin,
Form: Senryu
     enemy of 

-April 06, 2019,  Chattogram

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Categories: leech, how i feel,
Form: I do not know?
The loving Leech
I am the lover but mostly the loving leech,
Attached, to your tarred back sucking all the woes away.

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Categories: leech, love
Form: Free verse
There was indeed a Georgia peach
Who took a licking from a leech
As nudists do
They found a few
Picky crabs all over the beach!...

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Categories: leech, beach,
Form: Limerick

What a great hue.
It makes you feeling cool,
It reminds you of miles of beautiful beach,
With no leech.
What a great hue....

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Categories: leech, beach, beautiful, blue, color, cool,
Form: Free verse
Tanka Poem
A leech sucked my blood
and I felt very dizzy
I needed some aid
someone said to take iron
in order to build my blood

Copyright McCuen 2009...

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© MC MC  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: leech, angst
Form: Tanka
the tea glass was within his reach
his call for help made the people screech
put the tea glass in my hand
at pool side he was ban
for being a plain old, lazy leech...

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© Daisy Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: leech, funny,
Form: Limerick
 Pain goes without words
without measure
the burden is placed
in silence it is carried
 In tears it is known
like a leech 
sucking all of your energy
pain leaves one empty...

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Categories: leech, lost love
Form: I do not know?
Let us Dig In
on foot;
on Drew's foot
eating dinner
Digesting each bite
no fear of being torn off
Never leaving its meal
Each layer of skin is dinner
Piercing cry of despair from above...

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© Ian Walker  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: leech, dark, food, horror, insect, pain, scary, sorrow,
Form: Etheree
Start Splurging
Started Splurging

She was urging me to start splurging
We eventually went on an excursion
We wound up on a beach
People liked being a leech
Into big bills were emerging.

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: leech, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member A Small Beach Full Of Bleach

There once was a small beach full of bleach,

Each bottle held a silvery leech.

Those nasty leeches did hiss,

And they would readily kiss,

We carefully stayed out of their reach! 

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Categories: leech, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th
Form: Limerick
Bug Off
Blood sucking vicious pest-mosquitos
Malaria, fever, cramps, and pain
Itching red raised whelps, begin
Swat, slap, squish, shoo. Make goo.
West Nile Virus
Dormant germs

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Categories: leech, health
Form: Nonet
Premium Member STAYING ALIVE

Mixed feelings
The morning sensation
All fears   expectation
Still in place
Bold reluctance 
By responsibility replaced
Leech and drive on!
Staying alive!	


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Categories: leech, depression,
Form: Free verse
On blood the flea feed as a meal
Such a popular leader indeed
Generous as a love leech:
You sell my skin cheap
And in dollars pay me
During jovial funeral
In a golden coffin.
One not worthy
I'm just a flea
For thee
To kill

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Categories: leech, abuse, analogy, anti bullying,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member A Syllable Missed
'An apple a day keeps the doctor away.'

Why an apple a day
Why not a peach, a plum or a pear
Well, day rhymes with away
Whereas peach rhymes with leech
Plum with bum and pear with scare
  ~ What's more, a whole syllable's not there...

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Categories: leech, fruit, health, language,
Form: Grook
Dangerous - My Eye
Brushed past the damp ti-tree - felt a clinging to my eye.
I tried to wipe the cling away - too late! I realize.
A leech is connected to the white. I could not stop its bloody feed.
It gorged itself before release - leaving my eye to bleed....

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Categories: leech, fishing, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Horrible Orange Hair
Horrible Orange Hair

Trump's horrible hair was orange after it he did bleach;
Brain had been severely affected when born breech;
Get rid of we asked God;
Did give us distinct nod;
He is a lousy loser and leech who ;
we should impeach.

Jim Horn


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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: leech, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Meager attempts leave lofty goals out of reach;
while thin thoughts leech away my creativity,
I pry perfunctory pieces from flighty sources,
searching for literary gold.
Holding my hands in place, I wait to erase a mess,
in case someone decides to test my poetic valor....

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© Ryan Speir  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: leech, on writing and words,
Form: Free verse
Your fingers writhe beneath my skin
Tangling themselves in my veins.
You are a parasite, connected
and feeding off of my pain
Like the fiend you are.

I want to cut you off
And discard you, watch you withdraw,
But I know that pulling free
Would leave you with pieces of me....

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Categories: leech, anger, angst, for her, nature,
Form: Free verse
Precise Person We Should Impeach
Precise Person We Should Impeach

Trump uses fowl language and poor speech;
Displays lousy behavior and likes bein leech;
Brain became lame;
Does chase dames;
He is precise person who we should impeach. 

James Thesarious Hilarious Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet
Bolivia, NC

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: leech, allegory, analogy, political,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Limerick: Once an Airman who couldn't stand his wife
Limerick : Once an Airman who couldn’t stand his wife

Once an Airman who couldn’t stand his wife
Was going out of his mind with strife
Took to the clouds with spouse
Called her names like : »Leech ! Louse ! »
Then jumped out plane to sentence for life.

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013.

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: leech, humorous,
Form: Limerick
The Jealous Sky
I watch the jealous sky
open it's eyes,
drag shrouds of grey
to leech colours from the day.
Yet even raindrops feel pity
as they feed the tributary
of pain upon my cheek,
diluting my skin, stained in you.
I could smell hopes freshness
in mornings birth,
and the sky was contented.


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Categories: leech, lost love, nature,
Form: Free verse
The spectrum of life
Plain visit on beach
To some, one hell of an itch,
To most, out of reach,

A joy thing to each
Holds on who to it like leech,
Few make it so rich.

Coming in shades three:
Blue, yellow, red orange,
Life’s to make full rainbow’s range. 
 Haiku |04.08.2021| 

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Categories: leech, beach, life,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member disgusting thief
"a thief of my words who plunders my reflections- a leech parasite" ___________________________ December 26, 2019 Poetry/Monoku/disgusting thief Copyright Protected, ID 19-1211-751-02 Written for the contest, A Thief Who Steals Your thoughts sponsor, Bobby May First Place

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Categories: leech, evil, rude,
Form: Monoku