Poems about Snake poems

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The Crane And The Snake by White Tiger

The crane spreads its wings, while the snake coils to strikeBoth have great agility, and flamboyance when they fightThe crane hops, the snake slithersThey sleep at night, near soft flowing rivers

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Twisted As A Snake by Naveed Akram

Twisted as a snake, the man is pausing to reply, Response is unlimited from him, loathing him, Clothing him in ways known to the scriptures, Finding him a distinction for the whole people.He found

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Travel Haiku - Snake River by john tiong chunghoo

Snake Riverwe twist and turnto its slithersSnake RiverHells Canyon loomsto the heavensSnake Riverthis hell is cool, clean and a wondrous treatThe Snake River marks the base of a seemingly

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Sonnet: The Desert-Snake In A Rat-Hole! by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar ..

The Desert-snake was cornered in a hole, And flushed out ’live, without a single scratch; A prisoner now with once a kingly role; To Eagles’ eyes, he’as finally no match.The victors sigh a

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Snake Song by Otteri Selvakumar

SnakeSingingWith songsFor inside earth...with out voice...A nice song...!Author: Otteri Selvakumar

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Year Of The Water Snake. by Amala Comer

A writera poeta scholara friendWhose shoes are left empty, no pen in your hand.Your words have been writtenfrom the love in your heart, fill the pages of historythe truth they impart.Ear

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Adam, The Apple The Snake Less Eve by RIC BASTASA

Adam is the manobedient son of Godplaced as the favored one in Paradiseand of all the fruitshe must all eatexceptthe Apple (they say it couldbe an apricotor a pear, some ways to confusethis

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Snake by Felicia Manning

You stole all my smiles away, There will be no more happiness for me, Just tears and sadness all day.You were the snake, That slithered your way into my world, Coiled around me, I felt safe in

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A Snake by Nyein Way

life is covered by a layers of skins-meaning, culture, conversational skills, talks, established education, certificates, friends, neighbours, dignity, concepts conditioned, sociality and libertyWhen

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A History That Began With Eve (The Snake.. by Agatha Eliza Laposi

The voices of our foremothers are not lost; they're conjoined as strong as ligamentswhen the rest of the body is torn apart, burnt, branded or rain washed, beaten, scorned, denied and condemned

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Dead Snake by Gajanan Mishra

Look, Dead snakeIn my houseLiving with meAnd I amTrying to excape.Author: Gajanan Mishra

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Death Came As A Snake by Sasanka Sekhar Panda

I saw you coming gently with all your slovenliness, silently crawling your fragile bodywith your icy cold touch of death, and suddenly raising your hoodlike a desert storm, your waving tongue

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