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Short Stork Poems

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


Premium Member fulton-STORK NEST
B    I    R    D
H    I    D    E
L    A    K    E
S    I    D    E...

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Categories: stork, nature, seasons
Form: Shape



the not so original monoku challenge
Hemingways short story, baby shoes sale, never worn,, If only that stork called...

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Categories: stork, fun,
Form: Monoku
Rayana's Haiku
Along came a stork, 
To deliver me a child, 
Sent down from heaven.

© 2014...

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Categories: stork, child, father, father daughter, happiness, happy, parents,
Form: Haiku
Secrets
elegant wedding
three tiers of cake and champagne
the waiting stork smirks

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Categories: stork, confusion, family, happiness, love, wedding
Form: Haiku
Premium Member White stork
Still, Motionless, watch.................
Red beak darts in and darts out
Holding silver trout!!!...

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Categories: stork, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Haiku



Wall Street Stork Broker
               I came to this world as Flinthead and departed as Openbill

                                  I was a Wall Street Stork Broker...

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Categories: stork, death,
Form: Epitaph
Franks Pork-n-Stork
Hey Frank!
Don’tcha keep
Servin’ up
Them storks

Yeah, Frank, you…
Stop it!
Ya can’t cook
Stork

Shut her down
Board her up
Set ‘em free
Sorry Frank!
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Categories: stork, food,
Form: Dramatic Verse
A Dork From New York
There once was a fellow from New York
This dummy was an absolute dork
He bet on the Jets
A move he regrets
He thought babies were brought by the stork
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Categories: stork, funny
Form: Limerick
Misunderstanding
Her accent from Bronx in New York,
This doll said she needed a fork.
The waiter’s reply
Was, “Ma’am, I’ll comply.”
Now she frets, expecting The Stork.
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© David Bose  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stork, humor,
Form: Limerick
P S Congratulations on Your Bouncing Baby Poet Love, the Stork
I'll be a poet.
Words will flow from heart to pad.
I'll write through times good
And, with God's hand, through times bad.
I'll have a ball...I know it!

by Cherie Durbin...

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Categories: stork, on writing and words
Form: Tanka
Stork
There was a hungry saddle-billed stork,
     That went for a wading walk,
        With his long stout bill
         He caught fish at will,
   It sure made the other birds gawk....

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Categories: stork, bird, children,
Form: Limerick
Nine Months Gestation
Anyone from LA to New York knows babies are not brought by the stork. It takes nine months gestation for a new generation. Didn’t you learn that in school you dork?
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Categories: stork, life, science,
Form: Limerick
What goes up, Must come down
Beautiful Lake Erie bound by New York 
Romantic honeymoon, bottle and cork 
It went up with Viagra 
spilled unlike Niagara 
racing fast to arrive before the Stork!  

2/24/16
Cheers!...

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© Judy Konos  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stork, race,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member What Tommy Uncorked
He sure was naive, that Tommy O'Rourke
He didn't know rum was what he'd uncorked
   He drank a long swig
   His girl danced a jig
Just nine months 'till the drop-off from the stork 
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Categories: stork, baby, drink, girlfriend,
Form: Limerick
Ascending the Stork Tower
The setting sun is sinking along the mountain,
And the Yellow River’s flowing towards the sea.
If you desire a view of a thousand miles afar,
Please keep on climbing up a higher storey.
(Tran.)...

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Categories: stork, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Born In A Taxi
There once was a newborn named Maxi,

Who forewent a stork for a taxi,

But as he could not yet walk,

And bubble-babbling was his talk,

Driver gave him to a new mama in the Back Seat.

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Categories: stork, birth, funny, humor, parents, smile, society, sometimes,
Form: Limerick
Saw A Stark Stork In New York
Saw A Stark Stork Statue In New York

Remember when we were in New York,
Did see some statue carved out of cork;
Had big doubt;
Wondered about;
Guess what to our surprise was a stork.

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stork, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Fork Finally Would Find
Fork Finally Would Find

In the, road, fork finally did find;
Saw that the stork had been blind;
Hunted and hunted;
Mild mother was wanted,
Whose sexual preference was either kind.

James Horn
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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stork, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Communication
Talk talk talk
Said the stork

I can not hear you
Said the shrew

Oh shut up
Said the pup

Can you not see
Said the bee

Do you not feel
Said the eel

Bad communication
Leads to disorientation...

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Categories: stork, conflict, hurt, pain, perspective, relationship, wisdom, words,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member One And One Makes Three


One and one can often make three Now tell me, dear friend, how can that be Two people blow their cork Nine months later a stork Comes by and plop, a third member of your teepee
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Categories: stork, fun,
Form: Limerick
I am a Stork
I flew above a brood of brats,
like fighting, wailing alley cats;
defamed, I stood there like a dork:
their mother blamed them on a stork!

For Andrea’s I am a stork contest

Birth, unspoken communication: stork...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stork, birth,
Form: Rhyme
The Birds and the Bees
Anyone from LA to New York
knows babies are not brought by the stork.
It takes nine months gestation
for a new generation.
Didn’t you learn that in school you dork?

Robert Pettit for Royal Trevino's The Birds and the Bees contest
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Categories: stork, family, funny, nature,
Form: Limerick
The Stork
I like to visit the wind
That crack between pane and outside
Where wind slithers in to lick my heat
Standing in the wind
As i contort around it
The deepest scars hidden by the lies
But the wind my soothing balm
carries hope but never drops...

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Categories: stork, poetry,
Form: Free verse
What's in a number contest
A triangle on a stick.
The triangle is a wick.
Definitely not a stork.
Looks kinda like a pitch fork.
Same amount as the seasons (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall).
Does it have any reasons?
"This old man played nick-nac on my door."
Does it taste like a smore?
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Categories: stork, symbolism,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member THE NOT SO ORIGINAL MONOKU CHALLENGE
speedy delivery … the baby is safe – so I come down to earth. (I now realise I need a bird book - I saw it as a stork until I saw other's write about a pelican so I fully understand if I do not place.) The Not So Original Monoku Challenge sponsored by Timothy Hicks 04~01~16
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Categories: stork, bird, nature,
Form: Monoku