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Short Woodlouse Poems

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

The Observer - For all the Royal Anglians past and present
Standing by a tree, rifle on hip
Leaves red and yellow like a Viking ship
Watching from the shadows, a poachers eye
Silently waiting as phantoms glide by
A noise, just a bird on the forest floor
Preening and dancing like Madame Pompadour.

Footsteps follow a distant call
Crouching like a woodlouse in a steel backed ball
Face in the dirt, a mouthful of leaves
Hiding in the gloom, nobody sees
Silence, nothing but another ghost
With the stealth of a tiger, moves back to his post.

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Categories: woodlouse, war,
Form: Light Verse