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Stoat Poems

Stoat Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of stoat poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for stoat.

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The Singing Elf
The little Elf
All by himself
Was dancing in the wood
He was gloriously happy
As Elfin folk should be
Surrounded by nature
In all its majesty
As the little Elf was dancing
He began to sing
He sang very softly
As there wasn't much of him
Even though the volume
Wasn't...Read More
Categories: stoat, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme

Flora bought a new fur coat
It was made from stoat
She craved for a mink
And was wise enough to think
That possibility remote...Read More
Categories: stoat, 10th grade,
Form: Limerick
Demons of Suburbia
Lawn furniture flavored ice cream
	served in moxa cups
Candied eyes of freshwater bream
	pickled bushdog pups.

Pig pizzle wrapped around a stick
	grilled upon the deck
Woven rope with cat head and brick
	hung about your neck.

Marzipan violin bowed by a stoat
	badminton played widdershins
A toast of...Read More
Categories: stoat, animal, fantasy, food, games, home, nonsense, surreal,
Form: Rhyme
last Autumn colours -
lost in winter snow.

twin vapour trails
on sky November blue,
Canada geese in formation-
head south.

November sombre,December dark,
January,February cold and stark
Rain filled days of slush and muck,
webs on shards of gossamer shade
'til snowdrops matamorphise in the glade.

On the lawn strewn...Read More
Categories: stoat, imagery, winter,
Form: Imagism
Great isnt it
The underlulating flight of a caterpillar in mismatched socks could well be confused for a cyber created calorie called counter. Counters are calamities and calamities are neither calm nor chaotic. The robotic maneuverings' of a saw can be said to...Read More
Categories: stoat, adventure, africa, , cute,
Form: I do not know?

Jack's Frost
The grey mists of a sleeping dawn, cosetting birds still
wrapped up warm in bed, watch a stoat emerge from
its burrow and sprint across his meadow, like a caterpillar
making humped back bridges in Concertina motion

The stoat approaches the discarded shape and...Read More
Categories: stoat, children, death,
Form: Free verse
The hubby and wifee
The night in July was quietly chanting,
Its own lullaby, as if it was granting,
A sleep without trouble to people of Trees.

And all of a sudden a cry broke the peace,
From one of the houses, a cry like of geese,
‘Twas voice...Read More
Categories: stoat, humor, humorous, , Lullaby,
Form: I do not know?
And still i drive - part one
Stars fall under failing skies...stars fall...stars fall...
And sadly...i start to drive.
Through the unremarkable village with its tall 
Georgian Bay window panes, lightless,
devoid of visages; outwardly staring back at my 
Abject countenance with detached contempt and utter disdains.
Stars fall under failing...Read More
Categories: stoat, heartbreak, places,
Form: Rhyme
before the beginning
before the beginning,
aches burnt slow fuses 
in blood shrapnel'd fog, 
salted feet tread spattered rain, 
as men held spent while veiled mothers wept; 

growth rings sat lonely on soot tarnished walls, 
regrets wrung young necks snatched in flight down dank...Read More
Categories: stoat, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member NATURES CHAIN recited

a thick mist blankets the winter dawn---
                       necklaced jewels bedeck the hedge,     ...Read More
Categories: stoat, nature,
Form: Verse

Enter!   Step across the threshold
unto a haunted house.
There’s tricky, tricky vermin here, 
ssshhh !    Tread carefully like a mouse.

Heathens  satyrs ,
bragging lazy waiters,
filthy filthy rats, large red cats.
A bully or two drunk through and...Read More
Categories: stoat, children,
Form: Blank verse
Haiku-soundless in soft snow

soundless in soft snow

    stoat displays black tip of tail...

          all else- white on white

Contest: Animal Haiku
Sponsor: Debbie Guzzi
Written: November 2011.  Margaret Foster

The stoat is a type...Read More
Categories: stoat, nature,
Form: Haiku
Naughty Onion
>I once had an onion
And he was very bad
Kept kicking all the apples
Made them very mad
He once stole a monkey
Then sold it to a stoat
He borrowed someone's hamster
And threw it in a moat
Climbing up a ladder
One day in sunny June
He...Read More
Categories: stoat, funny
Form: Light Verse
Frozen in Time

Hand in hand they meander through  the deserted lane, 
freshly fallen snow crumpling under foot 
Littering the sky, Bright stars,  glittering like coins on a belly dancers belt,
slowly surrender to the coming dawn

Inch by measured inch the glory...Read More
Categories: stoat, seasonssnow, snow,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Winter
arrives late
in the forest-
a stoat melts into the

May 10 2019

Writing Challenge 1, May 2019 - Cinqku- Poetry Contest

sponsor :Dear Heart...Read More
Categories: stoat, nature, seasons,
Form: Cinqku