Spoonbill Poems

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Premium Member If I Were an Elephant
Across the Serengeti plain our matriarch would lead,
Dining on the guarri fruit, and gum acacia seeds.
Upon our sweet green namesake grass our bellies we would fill,
I'd visit with my mother's bones, nap in the northern hills.
We'd cross the Mara river,...Read More
Categories: spoonbill, africa, animal, dream,
Form: Verse



Premium Member My son
My beloved son take a look around,
God’s love does greatly abound.
Behold with your heart and quickly you’ll see,
The love he pours out will forever be!

Today watch the sunlight dance upon the water,
And how the ripples move as they flow a...Read More
Categories: spoonbill, blessing, child, christian, emotions, senses,
Form: Rhyme
PINK
The inner curves of wet conch shell
rolling in a rushing wave swell;
an edge of rose with dripping dew
so clear in rays of a dawn new;
sheen of milk glass held a-high
to catch a beam & deny the sly;
small baby kitten’s upturned...Read More
Categories: spoonbill, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Daybreak 2
          Daybreak 2
                 Frank Halliwell
At first light every morning 
And before  dusk  every...Read More
Categories: spoonbill, world,
Form: Rhyme
Roseate Spoonbill
Roseate Spoonbill 

Pink wadding bird rosy lushness showing, glowing.


© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
February 14, 2010

Poetic form: Monuku...Read More
Categories: spoonbill, nature
Form: Monoku