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Snapping Turtle Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
My Own Private Canterbury Barbara Putnam Limerick snapping turtle, humorous, retirement,
The Butcher 4 James McLain Prose snapping turtle, art, poetry,
Premium Member Poem Red and TrueBlue Family--2 Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry snapping turtle, america, caregiving, health, humanity,
The old pond Justin Clason Rhyme snapping turtle, nature, water,
Ice Cycle Timothy Jacks Free verse snapping turtle, magic,
Black Rail Fritz Purdum Free verse snapping turtle, bird, nature, water, youth,
Last Night with Gucci Suburban Lovechild Free verse snapping turtle, dog, eulogy, farewell, goodbye,
Animals tha I see eddee shaz Haiku snapping turtle, animals, nature
Premium Member Poem I Wade Into The Prairie christine a kysely Pastoral snapping turtle, introspection, life, natureme,
Snapper Soup Adeleke Adeite Couplet snapping turtle, artsweet, sweet,
In Memory of Koi Robb A. Kopp Haiku snapping turtle, animals, pets
Premium Member Poem Country Lane Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme snapping turtle, childhood
THE POND Christina Fell I do not know? snapping turtle, childhood, family, places, time,

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Snapping Turtle Poem Example

Animals tha I see

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                                      Raccoons chattering

                                    getting into everything
                     
                                     They Act like bandits


                                 Crows Watching, waiting

                              Stealing food from other birds

                                    Bandits of the sky


                                Opossums not so bright

                              They carry  young in a pouch

                                   They look like big rats


                                  Snapping turtle basks

                         Smells bad leaves a strong odor

                                  Jaws ready to snap

                             
                             Trout swimming up stream

                             Ready to be caught and ate

                                 I hate cleaning fish


                           Toad With bumps and warts

                             Snatching a fly from mid air

                                 eating mosquitoes 


                                   Butterfly gliding

                        Drinking nectar from flowers

                           Blue,Red colored wings











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