Poems about Snake poems

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Limerick-The Snake And The Frog by Loke Kok yee

This snake was eyeing a frog for his lunchThey struck at each other with a crunchIt was a stand offA solution was far offFor both of them was unable to munchAuthor: Loke Kok yee

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Leaving The Campus, Think Of I Taking To.. by Bijay Kant Dubey

What it is in the department, The academia and the academiesAnd the people academic, Followed by a dull and routinized affair, Monotonous, dreary and dry? Why not to drift far, Deviate and digr

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Snake Melon by Lily YANG

Beside a pond in main, High and thin sugarcane.Under green canes, Snake melon vinesAre their laced skirts. Bare face and hands, Thorned by its leaves.Bare feet and legs, Entangled by vines,

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Eyes Of The Snake by Randy McClave

Into the snake's eyes I looked deeply withinI saw not hate or evil or any deadly sinI saw fear and terror from a creature that wanted to surviveAnd all that it wanted to do was just to stay aliveI

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Blake's Tiger And Milton's Snake by Bijay Kant Dubey

Blake, talked you of the bright and burning eyes of the tigerAnd the Maker making it, Experimenting with ferocity, brutality and beastialityAnd Milton, talking of Satan and his snake, Oh, the dual

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To Love A Snake by Annie Velasquez

The snake has lost his luster, As his venom now I see, Though his movements remain gracefulThey intrigue even meI sit still beside him waiting, For what I am unsure, I could once again be bitte

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A Lying Snake (Sad Sad Sad Sad Sad) by Udiah (witness to Yah)

His name was DaleHe loved his aleAnd ringing bells at five past threeA snake of a guyWhose life was a LeyAnd hell be his destinyThe ones who are blindAre of his same kindAnd those who chose no

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Sell Not, O, Bombayan Theatre Men, The S.. by Bijay Kant Dubey

Snake-charmer, play you the wooden 'been' instrumentIn the forest deep and dark, Playing the music of your rhyhtmAnd sadhna.You playing and playing and the music so hauntingThat the cobras, grey

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A Snake In The Grass..., ! by Geoffrey Fafard

A Snake In The Grass.Yesterday I saved a lifeIn the long grassOver near yonder lakeIt lay silent like mossWatching us approachSensing my threatBut I am old enough now To 6th sense such beh

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The Wooden Been Music Of The Snake Charm.. by Bijay Kant Dubey

The wooden been musicThe snake charmer playingAnd the melodies breaking, HauntingWant I, Want I to hearAnd the snakes dancing, Swaying to the tune ofThe been, Pumping and puffingFrom the mou

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Logic Of The Snake And The Mouse by Gajanan Mishra

What is that? That is a snake and That is a mouseBoth are caught in a basket.The mouse is the foodFor the snake And both would not beAble to get out.The snake made a truceWith the mouse And

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. The Snake And The Rabbit by White Tiger

The snake crept slowlyThrough the bushUntil she came uponA hairy tushIt was a rabbitEating his foodBut the snakeWas in a foul mood.She sniffed, tastedAnd coiled herself to strikeBut the rab

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