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Poem Details | by Howard Kerr
Categories: bird, birth, celebration, color, deep, hope, joy,

Swallow-Tailed Hummingbird

fork-tailed azure crown 
breed wolfs down trumpet creepers
they dive bomb red kites

Date created : 17 August 2020
Trumpet vine / creepers nectar source for voracious bird.
Dive bomb as in bluff for deterring other species.

Poem Details | by Lily Twinkle
Categories: bereavement, family, january, metaphor, nature,

Two Haiku

Strokes after midnight
received a distant sad news
a swallow has flown

Watch over us dear
I kept my prayers for you
frosted in flowers

Poem Details | by Ronny Madonsela
Categories: adventure, death,

Bleeding Skies

Flaming shperiods descend
As the clouds swirl frenziedly
Uprooting erections

The seas withdraw then rise
To swallow the earth
As death enters

The grounds depart
To sail the seas
As ember paints the skies

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger
Categories: 8th grade, 9th grade,

Barn Swallow and Barn Owl

the barn swallow swoops
onto a large hay bale
startling the owl

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature,

Goldfinch Pair Visit

Goldfinch pair visit birdbath seeking cool water.... water way too deep male Goldfinch inches down Willow Tree limb to bath... fear enters halts plan male Nuthatcher drinks water from swallow birdbath... Goldfinch pair learn fast

Poem Details | by Funom Makama
Categories: nature,


Merciless in its hunger wave after wave it feeds with nothing too big for its swallow

Poem Details | by George Zamalea
Categories: baby, dad, dedication, happiness, happy, son,

Little One

To what may I most worthily compare
The tinier, fatter fingers of this newborn?
To breathe of softness his delicate fingers
Which by one definition one is able
To swallow one by one like cherry-flower snow!

Poem Details | by Sean Kelly
Categories: nature,

Haiku # 8




Poem Details | by Gert W. Knop
Categories: nature


Rivers  dream by summer's end
first spongy mists swallow the valleys
leaves show  their colour beauty

Poem Details | by Audrey Haick
Categories: fear, holiday, seasons,


the bewitching hour--
silence hangs heavy like fog
claw prints on window

mist seeping through cracks
swallow soft comforting warmth
bedroom sealed--entombed

For Tracie's "Spooky Ku" Contest

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker
Categories: bird, imagery, life, seasons, snow, strength, winter,

Blue Jay Chill

Blue Jay Chill

Snow covers blue jay 

Swallow winters up, ice forms 
Both merge, beneath, cold

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

Feeding Frenzy~

innocent victim
jumping to swallow the bait~
I scrape away scales

Poem Details | by Matt Caliri
Categories: musicme, me,

B. B. Gone

Hollering my pain
Swallow me, blackness, swallow!
Rid me of wronging!

That I do tonight
My lone witness a guitar
Watch me weep the sea

Just a dark stool I'see
Now not even me to bear
As steps sound my leave

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


Barnyard Swallow Mom
Ceiling-Fan, nest site, mud, moss
Chirps, babies, mouths, work

Poem Details | by Christine Vancooney
Categories: happiness, introspection, parody, people, uplifting,


Fall into beauty
it won't swallow you up long
just til you are whole...

Poem Details | by Ian Schmidtka
Categories: devotion, faith, friendship, mystery, places, sympathy,

A Wollucks Barrow

swallow what u seek
                                     walked to watch u reach their
astinden thin air

Poem Details | by Denise Morgan
Categories: night, sky,


Stupendous, sublime,
seeing star-sprinkled skylight–
Swallow stardust sight.

Poem Details | by George Zamalea
Categories: love,


True love begins in a dark paradise
	Filled with graffiti
And Diet Coke,
Wearing a Three Dimension sunglasses
	Against the white screen
Swallow popcorn in a summertime
	Stormy rain.

Poem Details | by Mc Mc
Categories: food


Cherries in a bowl
cavort  with one another
stops when I swallow

Copyright McCuen 2009

Poem Details | by James Fraser
Categories: nature

The Lone Swallow

Whilst the sun goes down A lone swallow honours her As it dips it's wings http://www.thehighlanderspoems.com/nature-11.php

Poem Details | by Malcolm Dyer
Categories: imagination, inspirational, introspection,

Boa Hakui

Killing jar of mine
Suffer the bunnies and mice
Swallow whole its prey
My albino boa on this day
Killing jar of mine
Suffer the birdies and frogs
Swallow whole its prey
My albino boa on this day

Poem Details | by Roy Pett
Categories: nature, summer,


Blue bird flying high

Catching flies with open beak

Migrate natures way.

Composed 11/1/2017.

Category nature.

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


mud daubing swallow nesting on ceiling fan blade.... electrical switch baby swallows hatch hatchlings' downy feathers soft.... kitchen window soiled

Poem Details | by Virginia Waters
Categories: autumn,


munching with my mate
   buxom burgundy berries
   autumn pigeon date

( I have a red guava tree which the wood pigeons love, eating 30 berries in one go - just swallow after swallow. Usually leave all fruit for them.)

Poem Details | by Adeleke Adeite
Categories: seasons

Sour Summer

sparrows, sparrows amidst the shadow
singing sweetly in voices so shallow
saintly summer's friend: the swallow

Poem Details | by Eve Roper
Categories: love,

Dream Becomes Reality Sexyku

a swallow breath whole
heart beats with each passion beat
sweet gentle and slow


Poem Details | by Sand Blown
Categories: animal, anti bullying,

Whales Reflect On Dying

mammals with large brains
typically reflect on life
chiefly when dying

whales swallow plastics
pounds of internal ulcers
chiefly they're dying

humans suicide
whales beach and with ships collide
chiefly they're extinct

stan sand

Poem Details | by Edward Ibeh
Categories: bird, imagery, nature, sky, summer,

Swallow On the Wing

swallow on the wing
soaring over the skyline
a summer evening

Date written: 02/15/2020

Poem Details | by Meru Groen
Categories: sea,

The Deep Blue Sea Npm

the sea can lie calm
or thrash about with fervor
then swallow the sun


Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: bird,


barn swallow swoops fast catches bugs in flight.... buzzard shadow seen

Poem Details | by Xuefeng Pan
Categories: bird, care, environment, flying, good morning, homework, prayer,

Morning On the Grassland of Wollongong Cbd

Swallows fly and swallow flies 
While grasshoppers hide in grass hiders

Poem Details | by Shirley Hawkins
Categories: 10th grade,


Ill will, bitter pill
It's poisonous to swallow
It causes indigestion

Poem Details | by Hilo Poet
Categories: 12th grade,

Snake Tidbit

Snakes are meat-eaters, fangs, swallow food, no eyelids smells with tongue, scaley. Date: 09/06/2019

Poem Details | by S S Beulin
Categories: memory,

My Thoughts

You can swallow me 
But you left by embracing
My legs - the sea waves

You are the only one 
Pounding every second 
Of my life -my heart. 

Even the stream of
Luck forgets the poor people 
And flows toward rich.

I could feel you but 
I can't meet you again my 
-lovely memories .

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr.
Categories: adventure, analogy, bird, environment, goodbye, travel,

Swallow Birds Leaving Yon Nesting's For Warm-

successive, bitter
the beginnings of winter
couple of swallows
leaving their nesting’s
flying further south for warmth
leaving bitter colds

Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2022©