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Short Marsupial Poems

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

Premium Member Joey The Kangaroo Drummer
Joey The Kangaroo Drummer

Joey The kangaroo
a marsupial from 
way down under blue 
in his pocket carries a drum

Ahh! But of course he plays
songs Olivia Newton John
wearing shoes made of clay
Kangaroo Joey plays drums

Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2018©...

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Categories: marsupial, animal, immigration, music,
Form: McWhirtle

More Animal Footles-Just For Fun
These are just for fun...I am trying my hand at them!

 camel enamel

  stony pony

  dingo lingo

  drunk skunk

  pig gig

  peppered leopard

  cat hat

awesome possum


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© Deb Wilson  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: marsupial, animal, funny,
Form: Footle
Re Ann Rutheford - The Chase
watching little animals and their antics ?
 very amusing ....

Patches cat brought home a Kangaroo Rat,
 and set it free in the night,
  it was hopping around our bedroom,
 to our squeals of delight,
so i shepherded it back to the doorway ,
back to the bush goodnight...


Rat size marsupial that hops about like a Roo {kangaroo}

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Categories: marsupial, adventure,
Form: Ballad
Dusting off the Namesake
The game
Squashed his frame
Socks tainted
Carved out plain
But the road map was tame

Animals replete
With zoo keeper seed
From marsupial greed
A black out rabbit hole
Concealed the frrozen deals
Pincers chopping dollar backs
Red with collar grabs

Soapy suds and beer
The watery love endeared
To carry a child burden
For the sake of namesake
Dust off the the boot heel kickers
And fly kites with cotton pickers...

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Categories: marsupial, death, dedication,
Form: Free verse
Australian Teddy Bear
Many human beings consider me an animal that’s beautiful. I am one of those mammals classified as a marsupial. Some people call me an “Australian teddy bear”. However, “koala” is the proper moniker I wear. This continent down under is my native home. To other places in the world I do not want to roam. All of you zookeepers, please don’t take me away. Here in this land you call “Australia” is where I want to stay. Robert Pettit January 24, 2013

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Categories: marsupial, animal, nature, me, me,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Adulterated
Such grief my friend marsupial Child from wonder born Fractured in a moments time No fragment left adorns Moments burned so carelessly Confusion wrought a bramble wood Muddled through another day When you could, you understood Madness to persistent lies Around a corner unabated Slice of joy to top the day All of life adulterated Left with only games a remnant No pouch of peace remains All for change no betterment Flipping dice of discontent

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Categories: marsupial, life,
Form: Rhyme