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Spider Monkey Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem I Will Come Back as An Organ Grinder Caren Krutsinger Rhyme Rhyme spider monkey, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Weaponry Little Sperling Free verse Free verse spider monkey, hurt, war, words,
Premium Member Poem Orangutan and the Chimpanzee Kevin Shaw Rhyme Rhyme spider monkey, adventure, funny, nonsense,
Dear Miss Monkey Manners VII Tony Lane Light Verse Light Verse spider monkey, funny, me,
Coco For Ten Katherine Stella Couplet Couplet spider monkey, adventure, caregiving, childhood, education,
Yesterday's Musing Jerry Bolton Free verse Free verse spider monkey, passionme, me,

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Spider Monkey Poem Example

Dear Miss Monkey Manners VII

Dear Miss Monkey Manners: I’m a Spider Monkey in need of your help, 
Recently someone yanked my tail and I cried out with a yelp. 
It may seem like a little thing to cry when someone pulls your tail, 
Unless, of course, it’s mating season and you’re the alpha male. 
All of the sudden this younger guy is getting more looks than me, 
And there’s a lot of chatter going on all around the banana tree. 
I recently overheard some talk about putting me out to pasture, 
But with all the Jaguars around this place, a pasture would be disaster. 
So tell me is there a way that I can continue to have fun? 
Please send your answer right away before setting sun. 

My poor, dear Spider friend, please take time tonight to watch the setting sun, 
Then apply that sight to your alphaness and grab your prehensile tail and run. 
Remember to keep the memories of all the girls you’ve had, 
But perhaps it’s best to move along because what happens next is bad. 
There will be a challenger who will have impressively aggressive displays 
And he will not give a banana flip about stories of your glory days. 
So let the girls remember you the way you used to be, 
Instead of getting humiliated for all of the world to see. 
Go find yourself a lonely tree because that where you belong now, 
And if you think that life’s unfair, it’s better than being Jaguar chow.

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