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Stork Poems

Stork Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of stork 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 stork.

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Premium Member Haven from the Storm
Two young lovers discern from up afar
a night heron in its graceful lithe flight 
searching safe haven as storm hide its star
danger threatening it from its dire plight. 

An owl's screech piercing the veiled evenfall.
Lightning flashes, generates fear, hope lost
in...Read More
Categories: stork, storm, sunset,
Form: Sonnet



Premium Member Why Did You Do That
I have my head in the sand, buried down deep.
Something comes along, and pinches. The creep!
I bring out my face and there is sand in my eyes.
The lobster that pinched me is thrown to the skies.
I wanted to eat that...Read More
Categories: stork, animal, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Morning
The orient rays through the tree tops
Illuminating the foliage,shades of green
Sieving through the mist, hallowing land.
My mind wakes to an soothing breeze

Meadows crowned by myriad dews
Glittering to welcome the morning sun-
That tickles the hillside limpid stream-
Giggling through the lea to...Read More
Categories: stork, nature,
Form: Verse
Harriet Harris circa November 13th 1935 May 4th 2005
Harriet Harris circa November 13th, 1935 - ~ May 4th, 2005
(untimely death sentence ordained ~ early February 1935)

Test teasing prophylactics embarrassing
purchase never made at local drugstore
unsurprisingly, obviously, invariably...
birth control taboo subject, best to ignore
subsequently intercourse awkwardly coordinated,
consummated, completed extempore
hence bun...Read More
Categories: stork, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Elegy
Communication
Talk talk talk
Said the stork

I can not hear you
Said the shrew

Oh shut up
Said the pup

Can you not see
Said the bee

Do you not feel
Said the eel

Bad communication
Leads to disorientation...Read More
Categories: stork, conflict, hurt, pain, perspective, relationship, wisdom, words,
Form: Rhyme



WINGED MIGRATION
No one knew that birds migrated,
many thought they turned to mice,
wintering under leaves and grasses,
underneath the snow and ice.

One spring day someone found a stork
that was wounded and had died
with an arrow in its body,
on a dusty German roadside.

Not from...Read More
Categories: stork, bird, spring,
Form: Rhyme
Valentines Day Always Found Me Quiver
Ring with no feather in my cap only envy
at handsome man drakes with bucks,
who could bank on "hot chicks" willingly
aligned in arrow emitting clucks
fluffing their respective tail feathers amidst
loud squawking out quacking

establishing pecking order like ducks,
or any other foxy fowl...Read More
Categories: stork, angel, bird, confidence, growing up, humorous, hyperbole,
Form: Free verse
Saw A Stark Stork In New York
Saw A Stark Stork Statue In New York

Remember when we were in New York,
Did see some statue carved out of cork;
Had big doubt;
Wondered about;
Guess what to our surprise was a stork.

Jim Horn...Read More
Categories: stork, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member BUZZARDS AND FLAMINGOS
B is for Buzzard under my hat,
my brain meaty and raw.
His talons cling like puppet strings.
His rabid teeth chew and gnaw.

Ye old Buzzard, nothing warm,
just a cold sentinel of death.
Not like the life-giving stork —
impervious to the stench of your...Read More
Categories: stork, animal, dark, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Amelie Beth Harris Born December 1st MCMLVII
Amelie Beth Harris - Born December 1st, MCMLVII

A bouncing baby girl did await,
asper occasion
     about nine months
     ex post facto,
     when vibrant parents
     eagerly...Read More
Categories: stork, age, appreciation, bullying, celebration, humor, relationship, sister,
Form: Elegy
Ascending the Stork Tower
The setting sun is sinking along the mountain,
And the Yellow River’s flowing towards the sea.
If you desire a view of a thousand miles afar,
Please keep on climbing up a higher storey.
(Tran.)...Read More
Categories: stork, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Magical Faerie Water Fall
A magical feeling unknown anywhere else lingered at the faerie waterfall
This was the gentle resting place of all worn-out muses and elves, after all
A mystical silence filtered over each caregiver, lingering over each rose in bloom
King and Queen Council had...Read More
Categories: stork, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Stand Here in Awe
I stand here on the viewing deck,
 marveling as they splash,
 these birds of prey, creatures at play.

     Dipping feathered wings in Boardman’s Pond,
     two blue herons engage a wood stork, 
...Read More
Categories: stork, bird, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Time I Carve For Myself
	
I hear the alarm and I think what? Not already! I have been up and down all night.
My usual pattern, I am used to it in many ways, because nighttime is my quiet, creative, thinking time.
I started fully enjoying the...Read More
Categories: stork, woman, women,
Form: Free verse
Jan's Chocolate Adventures
Jan caught a jet plane to New York
Where bacon does not come from pork
To end her trip
Jan let one rip
The Captain delivered a stork

Jan's flight was Economy grade
Stuck between an old man and old maid
In the middle row
Which way should...Read More
Categories: stork, chocolate, flying, funny, silly, travel, wind, woman,
Form: Limerick
The Stork
I like to visit the wind
That crack between pane and outside
Where wind slithers in to lick my heat
Standing in the wind
As i contort around it
The deepest scars hidden by the lies
But the wind my soothing balm
carries hope but never drops...Read More
Categories: stork, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Deadbeat Side
O Aphrodite,
Grecian fertility goddess
Matriarch idol of the womb,
your wise children love not reproducing
— Ancient Zion chant
heard in the echo chambers
of the caverns along the Aegean sea

Dwindling cries, dashed on the rocks
in luxurious maternity wards,
are slowly dying 
The first joyous tear...Read More
Categories: stork, perspective, religious, truth, wisdom,
Form: Narrative
The Princess and the Frog-man
Long long ago there once lived a King
who wished that a child the stork would bring.
He and his Queen were very sad
at the thought of an heir that they never had.

The Queen walked beside the sea one night 
when a...Read More
Categories: stork, humor, political,
Form: Rhyme
Misunderstanding
Her accent from Bronx in New York,
This doll said she needed a fork.
The waiter’s reply
Was, “Ma’am, I’ll comply.”
Now she frets, expecting The Stork.
...Read More
Categories: stork, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Howard The Mallard

Howard the mallard
A handsome young duck
Flew into a tree
Got his quacker stuck

Try as he might
He couldn't break free
His quacks for help
Were muffled you see

He flapped his wings
And thrashed his feet
A blackbird came by
With a worm in his beak

“Sure like to...Read More
Categories: stork, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Poets of a New Dawn

Taking a long ink dip in a desert pond,
rejected drake words
ripple echoes in the wilderness: Tread with care!
Dreadnought thoughts silicate crystalized,
glass menagerie opens to a darkening sky
Wing-tipped metal muse raised to the foreboding air,
infusing liquid lightning to the bard birds
Watching...Read More
Categories: stork, poets, truth, visionary, wisdom,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Born In A Taxi
There once was a newborn named Maxi,

Who forewent a stork for a taxi,

But as he could not yet walk,

And bubble-babbling was his talk,

Driver gave him to a new mama in the Back Seat.

...Read More
Categories: stork, birth, funny, humor, parents, smile, society, sometimes,
Form: Limerick
Rayana's Haiku
Along came a stork, 
To deliver me a child, 
Sent down from heaven.

© 2014...Read More
Categories: stork, child, father, father daughter, happiness, happy, parents,
Form: Haiku
Trusting The Trust
Trusting  The Trust
                         	 Dr. Shefali Chitre
I trust the trust
not because
it is good
to trust.

I trust...Read More
Categories: stork, conflict, feelings, irony,
Form: Free verse
A trip to the bird sanctuary
In the midst of grass land,
there lie some cute white band.
They fly round here and there,
White cranes grin with their pair

Glimpse of black birds greet me.
"New Birds"?Face shines with glee.
"No...We are your old friends"
Crows cried, ours will not end!

A chase...Read More
Categories: stork, bird,
Form: Rhyme