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Short Walrus Poems

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

I'll be kissing you
In our canoodlers' canoe
Paddlin' 'round the walrus tank
At the Tacoma Zoo....

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Categories: walrus, animal, boat, fun, kiss, love, nice, water,
Form: Quatrain

Fish Butt
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Basking on the sun-lit ice.
Walrus mumble filled with hype.
Today I haven't a thing to do
(that's nice)
But fish, butt-wipe, butt you.

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© Tom Arnone  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: walrus, animal, cute love, feelings, funny, girlfriend, love,
Form: Rhyme
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....

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Categories: walrus, animal,
Form: ABC

There was a young model who had a runny nose
She was booked for a photo op - how could she pose?
Her nose was so bulbous
She looked like a walrus
She's now down at the garden store buying a hose

© ELR 2013

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Categories: walrus, humor,
Form: Limerick
Ode to the Grammar Nazis
I abhor
Those that feel it’s their chore
To toilet paper my creative door
With their opinions that lack color
I’d rather hear a walrus snore
If not for self expression what’s poetry for

By Robb A. Kopp
All Rights Reserved © MMX


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Categories: walrus, art, on writing and words
Form: Monorhyme

Premium Member Limerick: Once Chaplin wanted to play Brando
Limerick: Once Chaplin wanted to play Brando

Once Chaplin wanted to play Brando
So he hired a walrus for duo
Walrus refused to shave
Lather’s scent far too grave:
Chaplin played Hitler with moustachio!

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2014


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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: walrus, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Limerick: Once a shocking Norseman crowned Viking
Limerick : Once a shocking Norseman crowned Viking

Once a shocking Norseman crowned Viking
Took his flaxen men on an ice outing
They lusted for fat Finns
Knocked walrus and dolphins
Why Arctic now with Vi-wal-phins seething.

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: walrus, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Walrus
The Walrus, he is an ugly brute, 
Made entirely out of rubber, 
Lounging on the shore all day, 
Like discarded old whale blubber.
Sea Lion on the other hand, 
Is arguably, I think quite cute, 
Gliding along the beach at play, 
In his slick grey leather suit. 

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: walrus, animal, children, funny, word play, , cute,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A finely turned phrase
'Kinetic conundrums,' such a finely turned phrase, or
perchance 'effervescent rhododendrons' -- their glories ablaze 
The Beatles' walrus cu-cu-ca-chu'd
                                      Frankie boy scooby-dooby-dooed  
    I'd finish this poem, but it might come unglued

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Categories: walrus, language, poetry, song,
Form: Light Verse
A Walarus Who Was A Blond
A Walrus Who Was a Blond

All of the moments started to get tense

Watching Wilson the Walrus have a rinse

After, his new color he had grown fond;

He was no longer grey and became a blond.

Chuckle, chuckle. 

So you fill in the blanks. How do you like 

my original idea. Pretty cool, Huh???...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: walrus, animal,
Form: Couplet
A loud report
When, at the annual general meeting 
of Walrus Armaments Incorporated
the Chairman, Mr. Carpenter,
reported to shareholders that,
despite the current global turndown,
business was booming
and contributing to world peace,
the  applause was thunderous.

 At the buffet afterwards
 the delicious oysters
excited comment.

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Categories: walrus, anniversary, celebration, political,
Form: Free verse
Natural Man
Is there a natural man,
The walrus said?
Whose ideas are bright
And feet are not lead?

Who says what he means
And means what he says?
Who is capable of love, an
All of the best?

The prince charming
We long for as children
Come out of the storybook
As is written

Please, come hither, soon,
For life without you
Is like an island on which
You are marooned...

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Categories: walrus, imagination, introspection, love,
Form: I do not know?
Walrus and I
Enlighten me please, 
why  windows are solid
yet transparent

Why the moon shines even as
the suns rise envelopes
our minds eye

How a rain drop can fall
thousands of feet,
come to a crashing halt on a
slab of concrete
and though scattered
its matter survives

How the walrus keeps
the harem,
yet I 
find it arduous;

to keep
just one

PS's poetry form , Lyric: Thoughts of 
the poet


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Categories: walrus, introspection
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Tree Rings
I've watched trees push-out
from soil, the way meteors
reject the planets
and tears from you seep
through the cracks, years
have wasted
the Walrus comes out at
night, their playground I
knew well in my youth
comfort changes shapes,
now it shines purple against
the crater of my soul

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Categories: walrus, life
Form: Free verse
Moose ? Geese ?
So with a moose in my closset, and these mice in my ears, you ask me to spy a Walrus ?
So the moose turns into geese and our geese turn to a moose and the walrus turns into a 
hundred clams ?
Then !  our new moose stomps the clams until shining silver coats the sand and 1 crying gold 
fairy cries a space elf..
The geese eat the silver and fly away gold ducks.. but nothing really changed for them at all....

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Categories: walrus, adventuresilver,
Form: I do not know?
6 by 15 Watts are blasting,
testing if my ears are lasting.
I turned on the music just for hearing,
but it ripped my clothes off, as if I was dreaming.

50 inches full of colors,
I'm watching TV on a walrus.
But wait, it's not a walrus here,
it's my couch and I'm sitting there.

Media has caught us straight,
caught us, holds us, lets us wait.
Face it, TV has control
of our bodies, hopes and souls....

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Categories: walrus, on writing and words, philosophy,
Form: I do not know?
the big rabbit
The big Rabbit 
On my way home at twilight and with
a bag of abstract pearls I was stopped
by a giant leporine, it was silky blue but
had fangs like a walrus.
Was it a Cenzon Totochtin or could it be
a Minorcan Lagomorph, a Roly Poly.
Rabbits used to be big in pre-historic time
this one bit the fender of my car
before jumping into the bushes.
Alas, I had no camera, when I told my wife
she didn`t believe me.


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© jan hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: walrus, adventure, allegory, angel, anniversary,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member My Symbol Face NOT FOR CONTEST
If looks were death
My face would kill
The mirror tells me this

When I wrinkle a piece of paper
Throw it away I see my face
With eyes as blind as a bat

Hair of a bald eagle
Whats left is gray
Whiskers of a walrus

Under this Elephant nose
That holds up my glasses
With Armadillo hearing

What did you say?
Lips like a Jackass smiling
A neck as a Giraffe

What can I say: It’s just me


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© Bobby May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: walrus, metaphor,
Form: Free verse