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Short Stingray Poems

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

Precise cuts
Stingray cutting deep murky lines
Curvilinear through the ocean

By Robb A. Kopp


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Categories: stingray, animals, sea
Form: Crystalline

Premium Member Bumless on my Purple Stingray
the new bike for which

all summer

I worked my bum off

Sept. 30, 2018 for Maureen McGreary's Biker's Dozen Poetry Contest

*Bum can be replaced also by the word buns or my made-up word, bunless. I read that England prefers the slang Bum and US prefers buns!...

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Categories: stingray, childhood,
Form: Haiku
One Word
                                       One word
                                 Coming from you
                      Can pierce right through my heart
                      Sending poison through me like a 

Written by Brenda Meier-Hans
Fall 2012...

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Categories: stingray, anger, feelings, hurt, marriage, sad, spoken word,
Form: Cinquain
Premium Member From our Deck-Front in December
our pink deck with a Jarra  cocktail table-set
We sit awaiting  sunset with an
 ‘Hawaiian absence’ of seagulls
As dusk comes  with violet echoes
across the spotted water,
from the resturaunts
 comes a wine hubbub - table- laughter

Mountains, marshmallowed
in occasional cloud on this still night- 
constant torchlight on quiet water
un-moving palms, paddle sounds

A swanky stingray drifts past

A shadowed water taxi 
and strangers who wave at us 

 Suzanne Delaney

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Categories: stingray, absence, boat, culture, december, fish, people,
Form: Free verse