Short Onomatopoeia Poems
Short Onomatopoeia Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short Onomatopoeia poems by PoetrySoup poets. Search short Onomatopoeia poetry by poem length and keyword.
death, onomatopoeia, sound,
Mob Rules Rule
onomatopoeia, assonance, guitar, heaven, mental illness, natural disasters,
I once was
Add up to
wheres the Love
loneliness, lost love, nature, onomatopoeia, poetry,
Break from blowing heat
tip-toe creeping on concrete
trust cut deeper holes.
Ting-a-ling the bells rang
Guns went bark and dogs bang
Then, chirp chirp the cats sang
I'd escaped the chain gang...
I do not know?
Even though I was a as buzzzy as a bee
Like a sheep I followed everyone to a baaar
My bladder became full and I was moooving like a cow
onomatopoeia, 7th grade, summer, sun,
The time of the clock,
The ships are in the dock,
The whistle of the wind,
Through the haughty tamarind,
Now I can’t think ‘cause it’s summer, don’t mock.
onomatopoeia, nonsense, silly,
There once was a nerd, super psychotic
Who did something really idiotic
He peed in his trowser
Then pooped and said 'Yowser'
At least 'twaren't onomatopoeiA-tic
the droplets pitter-pattered
as my footprints melted into doesn't-matters
and all the buzzings and birds skitter-scattered
and, with Beauty on the nigh...all thought shattered...
The Sound of Gravity: Leaking Sink
onomatopoeia, simple, water,
Drip, drip, drip
Watch for water or you'll trip
Drop, drop, drop
Someone better get the mop
Drip, drop, drip
Dumb gravity! I slip--
Drop, drip, drop
Someone, make the water stop!...
Psst hymns shyly sync shyly.
brr rhythm brr
tsktsk shh pfft
Title & Prose; consonants
2020 July 11...
onomatopoeia, on writing and words
inspired by Debbie's blog
language, literature, meaningful, onomatopoeia, poetry, word play,
A pun, a true play on words!
Shades of confusion . . .
Ditto sounds, other meanings . . .
Phonetic pun poetic!
Gary Bateman, Copyright © All Rights Reserved
July 28, 2018 (Tanka)...
Oh no too moppy ahhhhhh
conflict, howl, onomatopoeia, words,
knock knock knock
Ooze Lovely Ooze
Ooze, a squirt with perfect onomatopoeia
A slow leak, exudation or seepage
A slow plunge into thick mud sucked
An outflow all over, a disseminated discharge
That cannot be held back or stopped
A slow steady ooze seeps spews woos...
Slumber stalks him
onomatopoeia, sleep, summer, writing,
His head droops
Waves of heat
Knees rain perspiration
Rivulets of sweat
in between the lines
His pen, heavy
slumber stalks him
An Horological Dunce
funny, onomatopoeia, time,
"The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once."--Einstein
"what's time," asked the tyke
"just pick any time you like
since they all happen at once"
as knows any horological dunce
and dickory up my clock and strike...
An Animal Haiku Trilogy
onomatopoeia, animal, fate, hyperbole, irony, metaphor, middle school,
Erie irritating sounds:
“Ouch”! bees also sting...
Confined to his bowl,
A fish, seemingly talking,
Jumps! wiggling free...
Penguins standing proud,
Poised as if to soon take flight,
Flap their wings…then…splash!
death, deep, nonsense, onomatopoeia,
I do not know?
Skiddly doo bop de dop!
Those are the sounds of my wobbly knees
So tender, warm of flesh, and with joints stiff like dead bees
In their ungraceful way they come to a stop
And then I'm dead...
christian, encouraging, god, jesus, onomatopoeia, peace, spiritual,
midst conflicts, crises' billows...
peace* of God prevails
*Philippians 4:7 And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.
May 31, 2019
Edited on June 9, 2019
moving on, onomatopoeia,
You were different every day I knew you
you never bored or disappointed me
never failed to interest, thrill, excite
and all of that time you were never anything
but who you are.
For me you were everything you could be.
And I could only love you.
onomatopoeia, sound, words,
One or more words that make the sound as you speak
Oink is an example and so are squeal and squeak
Ouch! You’d exclaim if pinched by a sneak
Outstanding is this creative language technique
Kim’s Acrostic Play Contest
humor, nonsense, onomatopoeia,
Our hen dropped an egg – plop!
Orange balloon stuck - pop!
Odd wee bird sang - cuckoo!
Obese farmer screamed - shoo!
Old satin skirt went - swish!
Once ripe grape trampled – squish!
One sound-word this – oh, pish!
Written April 2, 2021...
Predawn stillness -
a rooster, somewhere
a wolf, elsewhere
a deer, near in dark
corners of dying dark
scrunffles and chuffs.
preparing to hide
under cover of
onomatopoeia, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, appreciation,
How To Have Gotten
onomatopoeia, allegory, analogy,
How To Have Gotten
Many answers exist how to get over a hump,
That are sung to the tune of Throw Out Trump;
At odds always,
Nights and days;
In the road, he sure has been one big bump.
Did you see or hear any onomatopoeia,
or similes or metaphors anywhere?