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Poem Details | by Mike Hauser
Categories: funny,


I have heard it said
Rugby players eat their dead
Tastes just like chicken

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra
Categories: animal, food,

My Chicken Life

As child Shake 'N Bake
later on Kentucky fried
chicken bird of choice

Poem Details | by Pheko Motaung
Categories: africa,

She hires a lion

She hires a lion
As a bodyguard
The chicken

Poem Details | by Ken Duddle
Categories: death, satire,

The Fox

The fox escapes hounds only to kill a chicken the following day.

Poem Details | by Patricia Sawyer
Categories: adventure, animals, nature

The Chicken Yard

cackles hen to hen
feathery gossip about eggs
fiesty rooster crows

Poem Details | by Tom Wright
Categories: food,

Hot Wings

Hot Wings, I love them
If each chicken had twenty
I'd sprout pen feathers

Poem Details | by Malcolm Dyer
Categories: father, food, funny, husband, sports,

Sunday afternoon

fried chicken is good
with rice and beans and butter
ice cold glass of tea
and some football action for me

Poem Details | by Charles Henderson
Categories: nature,

chicken coop breeze

country road
honeysuckle smell floating
on chicken coop breeze

Poem Details | by ehlana lingerfelt
Categories: food

food haiku

bacon eggs biscuit 
chicken cheese pineapple yum
vegetable pork soup

Poem Details | by mark junor
Categories: autumn, beauty, fish, fishing, history, kiss,

better butterfly's

she builds better butterfly's from the dust on rusting pipes
they fly in the starry sky while i cry
in a panic she paints them into a panoramic
but butterfly's recognize their own limited size
so they build their own chicken coop in my soup

Poem Details | by Ashraful Musaddeq
Categories: irony,

Haiku on Poke

evening spreads on
fried chicken of KFC
everlasting poke

Poem Details | by Rhonda Hero aka Hero-Wilson
Categories: seasons


what's that smell?
it's coming from
the house next
door, hamburgers
hot dogs, chicken
on the grill.

Poem Details | by Gail DeBole
Categories: animal, fish, nature, ocean,

Egg Yolks, Fried Please

Written by Gail DeBole on October 29, 2019

Fish that are Jelly
Chicken eggs, pan-fried -
Randomly aligned

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Poem Details | by karen croft
Categories: funny,

chicken fry

come on already
long line of hungry people
waiting for their meal

Poem Details | by Charles Henderson
Categories: travel,

a fowl smell tonight

a fowl smell tonight
and we turned accusative
huge chicken farms

Dedicated to all the chicken 
farms along the interstates.

Poem Details | by Marty King
Categories: food,

chicken flavored rice and buttered potato rolls haiku

chicken flavored rice
goes good with potato rolls
melted with butter!

Poem Details | by Gregory Golden
Categories: imagination, inspirational, introspection,

Damn Yankees

southern fried glory chicken
watermelon eatin' contest
ready to explode
green fried tomatoes
lip smacking cornbread
can you smell
them biscuit
fresh from the oven
fresh honey
look down yonder
damn Yankees 

Poem Details | by Denise Morgan
Categories: bird, nature, song,

Chicken Choir

Cluck cluck cluck cluck cluck
Cluck cluck cluck cluck cluck cluck cluck
Chick chicken choir

Poem Details | by Wolf Siegert
Categories: food,

Fifteenth Poem

441 There are 441 calories in 4 1/2 medium roasted broiled or baked chicken wings In an all-you-can-eat competition the winning contestant scoffed 441 wings in half an hour Congrats? Absolutely sickening!

Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser
Categories: animal, poems, poetry,

Avian Neighbor

A hen in my yard.
Time to clip some wing feathers;
Chicken adventure!

Poem Details | by Robb A. Kopp
Categories: food

Dorsal Fin Cuts

many in this group
chicken enhanced shark fin soup…
fresh fish on the loop

Poem Details | by Ramona Hyman
Categories: health,

Renewal Haiku

Oct 5, 2014

My body whispers; four days
No chicken; swelling be gone
Healing on its way

Poem Details | by Justin Fields
Categories: beautiful,


The smell of pumpkin in the air
The nice, fresh breeze 
the leaves falling from the trees
the children playing outside
people praying on the fall
and you know it is fall
And when the chicken roasted
but I am poor
and can't be bought

Poem Details | by Danny Noble
Categories: food,

my favorite things

how is the weather there
are you comfortable there?
you had a hard life

shivering in cold
later being cooked in oil
and to my stomach

i love you so much
thank you for your existence 
i love you chicken

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues
Categories: sick,


bring me chicken soup
in a neighborhood kettle -
ladle out comfort


Poem Details | by allen beilschmidt sr.
Categories: food,

Chicken and Waffles

chicken and waffles
mixed meal-so full of wonder
time to reach for tums.

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


showery blue air
A big, menacing house flaps
old chicken shadow

covers landscape dawn
rooster stocks crowing out loud


Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues
Categories: imagery, nature,


chicken in the coop
feathers flying all around
those clucking clouds


Poem Details | by Sonia Walker
Categories: child, food, love, mother, uplifting,

Mom and Chicken Soup

mom and chicken soup
panacea for all ails
liquid love in bowl

Poem Details | by Sonia Walker
Categories: love,

Love is Chicken Soup

love is chicken soup
made from scratch by hubby's hands
tasty like kisses

Poem Details | by Charlie Knowlton
Categories: autumn, food, september,

Haiku senryu happy meal

                                        commune living...
                                        chicken pot
                                        and pie dinner...

Poem Details | by Tom Wright
Categories: food,

Chicken or Egg

Chicken or Egg By: Tom 8-8-2019 Haiku Which one was here first? Should I actually care, As long as I’ve both?

Poem Details | by William Kekaula
Categories: analogy, food, morning,

eggs for breakfast why

chicken lay eggs in the morning and that is the breakfast choice today 2019 September 17