Short Orangutan Poems
Short Orangutan Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Orangutan by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Orangutan by length and keyword.
orangutan, body, poems, poetry,
Be aware that,
Life is in the blood,
Of human and animal, alike.
Orangutan and Man are brothers;
Destiny makes no distinction.
An orangutan who wants to be crowned
The Republicans gave us a monkey
That drove the economy to the ground
Now they are offering an orangutan
Who wants to be crowned
orangutan, conflict, nature, rainforest, sad,
delightful palm oil
puts orangutan at risk
barren land of shame...
the Abrahamic God is dead! but Spinoza's God is not dead!
Neanderthal is dead
Homo erectus is dead
but Chimpanzee is not dead
Orangutan is not dead
Human is not dead....
orangutan, animal, fun, nonsense, silly, tree, word play,
Orangutan Apes and Chimpanzees
Fool around in Monkey Puzzle Trees
The Gorilla doesn’t care
A Baboon wouldn’t dare
Puzzle with Monkey's and Chimpanzees
Animals found in a zoo
Zebra, Yak, Xenopus, Walrus, Vulture, Urial, Tiger, Snake, Rhinoceros, Quokka, Peacock, Orangutan, Numbat, Muntjac, Lion, Kudu, Jerboa, Iguana, Hyena, Guan, Frog, Elephant, Dromedary, Camel, Bison, Avians....
An orange and tan
o'er an ornate
ordained an oracle
by an ordered clan
to plant a plan
for their ordure
said garbage can
the ornery orangutan orotundly
upon does scan...
Sickly sweet harbor aromas permeate my heart shape cell from
without I have no recollection of remembrances dead squid’s tentacles squirm and tease the
bars of an angelic orangutan eating recently plucked dragonfly wings
and flan on chips of led based paint from dripping pipes of biotoxic ammonia
By Robb A. Kopp
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Let's Do the Orangutan Dance
orangutan, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Let’s do the orangutan dance, she suggested.
Several of them took off, wiggling and jiggling.
Sounds great! I agreed, trying to get in the middle of them.
They kept squeezing me out though.
“Come here,” said the instructor. “I will show you again.”
The director of the movie yelled “Take 94, get rid of that one!”
Rude I know, but this was my ninety-fourth try.
The orangutans always out-classed and out-danced me.