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Poem Details | by Eve Roper
Categories: humor, wisdom,

Stinky Skunk

                                                  Stinky Skunk

                                          Black, white furry skunk
                                        Encounter sprayed accident
                                          Sprayed again your fault

By Eve Roper 3/1/2015  

Poem Details | by Charles Henderson
Categories: nature,

country road

a country road
the air pregnant with the
smell of skunk

Poem Details | by olusegun Arowolo
Categories: animals, nature,

The Skunk Farts

The skunk farts
fox squeaks and moves away...
defensive trait

Category:doobutsu;       Kigo:skunk

Olusegun Arowolo

Poem Details | by Howard Dion
Categories: dog, imagination, nature, simple, wisdom,

Dog Haiku

Dogs sniff the brown earth 
Smell the squirrel and rabbit’s feet 
Bark at skunk feet scent 

Poem Details | by Rob Metcalf
Categories: animals

smelly haiku

oh no,there he goes-
the one who stole your onions
the skunk that he is!

Poem Details | by Effie Blake
Categories: animals, funny, nature,

Behind The Skunk DIsplay

polecat on front paws
a cross readdy to fire
run before discharge

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: natureblue,

Southern Blue Swallowtail

Butterfly floating
Southern Blue Swallowtail Lays
Love on Meadow Rue

Soon caterpillars
Stinking like skunk munch and munch
Meadow Rue for  lunch

The air is filled 
Miniture blue sailing off
To mate for their day

Poem Details | by Marty King
Categories: animal, beauty,

sweet scented observation haiku

skunk pays me no mind
always continues to sniff
search neverending

Poem Details | by Tom Wright
Categories: animal, word play,


Really? By: Tom 7/24/2019 Haiku Do chickens cross roads, To get to the other side. Or show a Skunk how?

Poem Details | by James Horn
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Skunk with Much ***** Who Stunk

Skunk With Much ***** Who Stunk

appeared shiny skunk
we saw who was with much *****