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Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature,

Dead Red Cardinal

dead red cardinal swarmed by sugar ant workers.... cat's supper consumed

Poem Details | by Robin Wrenn-Fiore
Categories: angst


crushed hopes

bitter defeat

flattened ant


all is lost

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: death, funny, life, nature,


ant crawling in the gasket of freezer... chilling out ant seen by me.. short life

Poem Details | by Kayleen Ashwood
Categories: food, insect, simple, summer,

Haiku 03 - Ant

The ant steps lightly
gathering crumbs and messy
spills from hungry mouths.

Poem Details | by Kash Poet
Categories: beauty, flower,

Half Bloomed Rose

half bloomed rose an ant enters into its fragrance -kash poet (kashinath karmakar) http://www.dailyhaiku.org/haiku/2014-december-19

Poem Details | by Andrey Fisht
Categories: nature

Breathless Step.(Haiku)

ant on his way 
to the live hill-
teeming castle
one more 
breathless step.

Poem Details | by Rick Parise
Categories: nature, passion


moving moutains lone

cresting the hill to enter

a worker provides...

Poem Details | by Sonia Walker
Categories: nature,

Ant Ethnic Heaven

ant ethnic heaven 

sauerkraut and kielbasa 

dancing the polka

Poem Details | by Kash Poet
Categories: animals,

A Dead Ant

a dead ant
surrounded by many---

Poem Details | by Xolani Idris
Categories: nature,


The purple flowers
That grow from the hosta
Imprison an ant

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature,

Red Headed

red headed
woodpecker runs up a tree...
ant trail vanished

Poem Details | by Patricia Sawyer
Categories: animals, funny, imagination

Second Man

the second man
stepped over
the fire ant mound

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature,

Worker Ants

worker ants meet 'pon path touchy, feely each one... greet each other~leave chemical exchange 'twix ants sends correct signal... moves on with parcel huge chunks carried high larger than a single ant.. powerful insect

Poem Details | by Ismath Haakifa
Categories: beach, cute love, love, summer,


Unbearable sun
Ant granaries set hoarding 
Beach-side, a haven

Scorching July heat
Camel's skin and fat melted 
Yet your love intact

Poem Details | by Mohan Chutani
Categories: confidence, dedication,


a small ant repicks
fallen crumb on way to hole-
others wait in line.


Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich
Categories: summer,

Summer On My Lawn

patches of yellow
where the grass used to be green . . .
new blooms in the shade

under the bushes
abounding with red roses . . .
a black ant pile crawls

June 24, 2020 
for Tania Kitchin's Summer Haiku's Poetry Contest

Poem Details | by Charlie Knowlton
Categories: flying, food, insect,

Haiku Picnic

learning to fly
                           both the ant
                           and my sandwich

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr.
Categories: insect, introspection,

Army Ants Festive Meal-

ants on the cracks of the sidewalks carrying that of dead carcass soul of fallen praying mantis through spider web trap ant gathers eating the fallen remains of the dead emerald pest eaten by the ants
8/12/22 Written words by James Edward Lee Sr 2022

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature,

Dull Gray Green

a dull gray-green lizzard sits 'pon fire ant mound... a buzzard's shadow

Poem Details | by Nicholas Beddoo
Categories: journey,

Most Random Title You Won'T Forget

An ant walks across the bench
Each step more and more ready
thousand mile journey

Poem Details | by Kurt Ravidas
Categories: love, nature,

In the Woods

red ant in your hair
white cotton pants stained with green – 
twilight of passion

Sexyku Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Richard Lamoureux
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Poem Details | by Rajat Kanti Chakrabarty
Categories: god, love,

Tiny Ant Crawls

tiny ant crawls
                        God kisses his face and keeps him on a green leaf
                                                tiny ant crawls

tiny ant crawls: haiku © rajat kanti chakrabarty
November 15, 2014

Poem Details | by Martins Deep
Categories: imagery, work,

Worker Ant

Worker ant.
Hills of sand grains it climbs over
with bread crumb into hole.

Poem Details | by Xolani Idris
Categories: nature,


Wisely avoiding
The large holes built by the bees
The ant continues

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr.
Categories: analogy, character, engagement, fun, insect,

Bright Winter Morning Ants Play In the Sand Castle-

bright winter morning a tiny, awesome ant runs on the sand castle but wait just can’t be just how is it possible It’s wintertime now how are they alive how it’s 28 degrees outside winter morn
12/27/19 Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2019©

Poem Details | by Xolani Idris
Categories: nature,


How deep is this hole
From which the brown ant peeks out
while others go in

Poem Details | by Allen Beilschmidt Sr.
Categories: flower, spring,

Winter's End

frost begins to thaw
  tender buds begin to wake
ant through the garden.

Poem Details | by Anthony Biaanco
Categories: fire, insect,


rooting the wood pile
blowing the bonfire to life
fire ant panic attack

Poem Details | by Debjani Mitra
Categories: fun, jealousy,

Ant and Grasshopper

dance in summer song
grasshopper mingled in green 
jealous ants in queue 

2nd June 2019

Poem Details | by Christuraj Alex
Categories: strength,

Fabulous Frailty

not the banyan trees
dried twigs hold the dragonflies
often carefully

few fallen feathers
form firm foundations for Finch's
fantastic furrow

a leaf on waters
becomes great lifebuoy
for a drowning ant

17 August 2021

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger
Categories: flower,

Ant Inches Over

red chrysanthemum
uplifting my garden
ant inches over

Poem Details | by Sotto Poet
Categories: analogy, green,

The Ant In My Spoon

A quick succession Lone ant on my grape Exact in my spoon.

Poem Details | by Bamanga Bashir
Categories: adventure,

Haiku's Temple 239

Hi wake up ant
face this pole
your soulmate food.

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr.
Categories: adventure, analogy, dance, insect,

Ant and Spider At the Dance-

ant and spider went to a dance the spider was just ALL but 8 feet tipsy toe tap tap dancing on concrete and grass waltz, minuet dance
7/23/20 written words by James Edward Lee Sr.© 2020

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr.
Categories: analogy, insect,

Summer Ants Putting Away For Winters Days-

O' what a busy gathering ants frolicking pushing and rushing ~ laboring packing storing crumbs and food harvests saving for winter ~ busy, busy ants storing away for winter summers ant so work
9/16/21 Written by James Edward Lee Sr © 2021