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Short Wolverine Poems

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

Premium Member Wolverine

Michigan’s pet, like European’s glutton, a fleshy meat eater

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Categories: wolverine, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Crystalline

Premium Member Pettibone Park Zoo
captive Wolverine
pacing edge of confinement
only hates humans

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Categories: wolverine, nature
Form: Haiku

Woodsy whistling weeping willows woefully wrangle with wretched werewolf’s wolverine whiskers

posted on October 21, 2019...

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Categories: wolverine, conflict, fantasy, word play,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Oh Wolverine
 December 12.2012

The scales are balanced, great joys ,vast heartache, deep rooted love.

Age withered appetite ,no food, nor travel desired, memories rekindle want ,but not drive.

A weekend with Hugh Jackman can surely re whet my palate, oh wolverine on high!

Brenda Atry December , 2012

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Categories: wolverine, funny, introspection, life, december,
Form: Sijo
Wolverine Howl
The solemn night's silence was
As needles pierces with a shrieking 
 sound bespoken.
So the howl of the wolverine 
 breakthrough the moonless night,
Waking up in a jolt, drenched in sweat,  
  what a sweet plight,
Lo, it was only a frozen case of nightmare
  of nightmare awoken....

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Categories: wolverine, allusion, dream, fairy, humor, inspirational, mystery,
Form: Limerick

Premium Member Daytime Crystalline
Fat midnight bats feast, gnawing gnats, and flit away serene
      while on the trails in distant dales the lonesome wolverine
            sate appetites as dawn alights and daytime's crystalline.

A migrant feeds on rotting seeds with fingers far from clean
      and thereby’s blessed with barren breast (the easier to wean) -
            her baby sucks an arid flux and fades away unseen.

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Categories: wolverine, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member TheShe,The Shrew
Sinew torqued and bowed as he pressed the weight Of drudge claimed goods to be stacked and stowed. The lady claimed that his omnipresent proclivities Would neither build strength of character nor stature. Laugh, she did, as she knew the wolverine has left the den, To build his muscle with more willing obstructions. The starving dog follows the master who feeds him: And she, the mistress, always leaves flesh on the bone

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Categories: wolverine, philosophy, romance,
Form: Free verse