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Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios
Categories: imagery, winter,


          dark, grim sky and soul
          lone crow, flys all alone
          rain wet, liquid coal

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  POTD.  January 5, 2021

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON
Categories: spring,



frisky newborn lambs gambol on the lush green grass black crow collects twigs checked with HMS 5.7.5 Spring - Traditional Haiku Poetry Contest Sponsored by Malabika Ray Choudhury 02/24/21

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich
Categories: children,

a noseless snowman

a noseless snowman. . . . 
the crow nearby
pecks at a carrot

for Brian Strand's '2 or 3 LINE POEM any form,any theme' Poetry Contest

Poem Details | by James Marshall Goff
Categories: nature

Glare Ice

the Crow looks at me....

                       perched atop sub-zero tree

glass between our thoughts

Poem Details | by Paul Callus
Categories: bird,


   a crow flies upwards

leaving its forlorn shadow

 stranded on the ground

Poem Details | by Robb A. Kopp
Categories: animals

Pan Cakes

sizzling on the road
crow is paid her payment owed….
little pan caked toad

Poem Details | by The Insolent Rib
Categories: bird, cat,

the view without a view

     sun bleached porch swing creaks
             a crow scolds a calico

            bird seed turns to dust


Poem Details | by Kai Michael Neumann
Categories: appreciation,


wind mill sweeps sun rise
avian crow scatters wake -
animated prophet

Poem Details | by Uwe Stroh
Categories: allusion, angst, art,

Death Stalks

On steep slopes
Ice picks break
Crow swears

Poem Details | by Thomas Martin
Categories: bird, flower, sun,

Rising Sun

through honeysuckle vines
roosters crow

Poem Details | by James Marshall Goff
Categories: nature,

The Crow At Thirty Below

the crow
       warms on a
       above the
dryer vent

...tales ouside my window
© All Rights Reserved

Poem Details | by Onna NeeChan
Categories: death,


Red Sonnet Deadly
Crow bathed in Innocent Blood
Sorrow Cries Above

Poem Details | by daver austin
Categories: baby, nature,



frog pond      mallards
on the grassy, shallow bank
watching reflections

table with peanuts
round and round the tree he goes
caw, caw cries high crow

reading by the sea
this boy sitting on a rock
gull catches the breeze

Dave Austin

Poem Details | by Arlene Smith
Categories: sun, today,

No Promise of Tomorrow Haiku X2

sun slowly sinking
drowning in a sea of night
today's dead and gone
onyx eastern sky
**** anxiously waits to crow
this day may not come

Poem Details | by xxxxx xxxxx
Categories: life

Eye of the Beholder

"Can I be pretty?"
Asks the crow of the peacock
"If your heart is true"

Poem Details | by Johnny Sumler
Categories: death, loss,


A black crow came home
Singing to all his neighbors
Odes of death and sin

Poem Details | by Asif Andalib
Categories: animals, food, nature,

The crow

On this summer’s day
A crow is eating litchi
From a full-grown tree!

Poem Details | by maggie huffman
Categories: humorous,

Crow Humor

Loud raucous laughter
From rowdy crows overhead
I missed the punch line

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature,

iridescent crow

iridescent crow sits near top in pecan tree.. nuts cracked under tires intelligent bird has cars and trucks do his work.. training future flock

Poem Details | by Drew Walters
Categories: winter


Crow flies arrow true,
from limbs hung in dark cold 
Ebbed sun, strikes the day.

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature,

angular fall sun

fall's angular sun tops pecan tree''s limbs crow rides tender branch

Poem Details | by daver austin
Categories: fear,



tall and green
keeping something in
or keeping something out?

tall    dividing
crow flies over

old and leaning
those heavy birds!

tall and strong
just a line
from 30,000 feet

see the house
see the wall
fear built

Poem Details | by Brenda Victoria Northeast
Categories: allegory, death, nature,

The patient crow

I am trying to learn Haiku form - is this haiku?

Crow patiently waits 

Poised on a dry brittle twig

Death is not silent

© Brenda V Northeast   23rd Jan. 2012

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature,


crow beak up to eyes in newly planted spring corn... reduced fall harvest

Poem Details | by Uwe Stroh
Categories: analogy, imagery, nature,

In the fog

Walking in the fog
Above a blurry reality
A crow shouts.

Poem Details | by Oluwaseun Ogunbiyi
Categories: nature,

Why does the **** crow?

Why does the **** crow
Why does it stretch forth its neck
And flaunts its presence

Poem Details | by xolani idris
Categories: nature,


January first
A crow flies to get something 
He forgot last year

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

sun cracks horizon

black crow flies higher across morn's pastel pink sky... sun cracks horizon

Poem Details | by Sean Kelly
Categories: nature,

Haiku # 19

Crow  magpie  and  dove

Blackbird  thrush  robin  and  wren

The pecking order  .....


Lunch ~time at  our bird~table ; NOT as we wish , but the reality of how it IS !!..

Poem Details | by John Beam
Categories: caregiving, nature,

Sparrow hawk's

parents sparrow's nest            					                                         mobbing darts as the crow flees  										   agrees mockingbird

Poem Details | by Robb A. Kopp
Categories: animals, food

Ground Beef

Cows will have their day
From the grinder they can’t stay…
Chicks crow buzzards play 

Poem Details | by kash poet
Categories: natural disasters,

Nature the Destroyer

raging wind 
with deafening sound--
dead telephone

mighty oaks
uprooted now--
traffic jam

a dancing crow
on a broken scarecrow--
celebration time

By:kash poet

Poem Details | by Dave Vincent
Categories: bird,

The Crow

black and menacing we fear from horror tales told a deep chilling stare

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature

The Black Crow

Shiny crow in  yard
Eating a slimy  fellow
Spies me flies away

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature,

crow strangest caw

crow's strangest caw and so loud the sound heard.. white peacock