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Short On A Lark Poems

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

huntin seeson four
albert went after aardvark
annie went out on a lark
albert tripped
annie slipped
on albert a ring in the dark

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Categories: on a lark, nonsense,
Form: Limerick

Joan of Arc
Joan of Arc would never bark
A command out on a lark
But would save the day
In a saintly way
Forever leaving her mark...

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Categories: on a lark, tribute,
Form: Limerick
The Lark In The Dark
Sammy went out on a lark
sailing his boat in the dark
and while he got drunk
his little boat sunk
so his hangover went to the shark...

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Categories: on a lark, boat, humorous, ocean,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Walks In The Park
There was an old poet named Mark
Who loved to steal walks in the park.
One day he was frightened,
A big dog did bite him.
He does nothing more on a lark....

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: on a lark, anxiety, beauty, dog, nature, poets,
Form: Limerick
Loch Ness
I heard once upon a time
A new moon was sure to rise
Rise And ride over the Loch,
Where good ol' Nessie's on a lark
Perhaps' she's watching the lightning fly by?
Wishing she could leap and fly?
I do not know if she thinks at all
Now shh! let me listen to her call...

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Categories: on a lark, solitude, storm,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Her Tatoo

The mole that she is sporting there
On the breast that's partially bare 
Proud to have the beauty mark
She got it one day on a lark
The needle stung but worth the price
Sure the boys would think it nice
The spot  upon her chest you see
Natural beauty for a monetary fee

For the Mole contest......

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Categories: on a lark, funny, teenbeauty, beauty,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hard to Believe
I saw a horsefly when I was young
I saw a man that was being transparent
I saw my brother take a trip on a lark
When acrophobia to him was inherent 

At the top of the stairs a clock ran down
I  once saw a trash truck fly up the road
Someone told me that time was running out
But it's still hard to believe a cock crowed!...

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© PAT Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: on a lark, humorous, word play,
Form: Quatrain
An Ebola Haiku
 Ebola Haiku

They were in command
And should haven taken a stand
Not put heads in sand.

Seems simple to me
For better someone to be
Strings attached cut free.

Where is place to park?
Wondered around in the dark
Learned place on a lark.

Can be contagious 
Which to me is outrageous
Said all the sages.

Should we only wait
Not be late and educate
Then start a new trait.

James Thomas Horn
Retired Veteran...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: on a lark, philosophy,
Form: Haiku
Hearing subversive, oft-hand remark,
Callously spreading rumor on a lark.
Silhouette of angst o'er mind parks.
Deceitful soul's vast refuge a bulwark,
keeping mind's sentient eye in the dark,
Still short-sighted vision veils a quark,
But to dry, subliminal tinder won't hark.
Fueled consciences' flint strikes spark,
Fanning winds o'er tender psyche arc.
Singeing flame peels soul's, dense bark;
Contrasting light to mind painfully stark

quark: elementary particles having electric charges

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Categories: on a lark, analogy, angst, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme
Love on a Lark
On a truant stroll did embark
Amorous libertine on a lark
Half past eight, almost dark
Chance encounter in the park
Whimsical glance hit the mark
Scintilating essence; a meadowlark
Glowing eyes radiated a spark
Glimmering lips lust did earmark
Craven, black hair so sleek, so stark
Bleating bosom her beaconing bulwark
Cleavage mapped by tight, clinging sark
Hips slithering along like a careening shark
Silken nylons her sensuous trademark
Writhing, to her milky nectar I did hark

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Categories: on a lark, love
Form: Rhyme