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Poem Details | by Ray Dillard
Categories: nature


Today the worm crawls. Tomorrow he will transform, And fly in beauty.

Poem Details | by red barchettadrive
Categories: business, fish, fishing, children, kids, humanity, water,

Nosy Neighbors - Haiku

a worm and hook plop
orange koi gather around
like nosy neighbors

Poem Details | by Uwe Stroh
Categories: art, bird,

Sparrow picks worm

As frost melts
Revealing green grass
Sparrow finds fat worm

Poem Details | by Jane Bowen
Categories: animals, children, funny, nature, visionary,

Worms in Dirt ~ (Haikus)

Dirty worms squirming
Excavating with instinct
Wiggle brown wormy ~

Shoveling thick dirt
Accidently cut a worm
It wiggles in pain         

Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler
Categories: bird, moon, nature, seasons, spring, weather, winter,

crow moon

crusted snow gives way
	celebratory worm fest ~
		crow caws the ending 

Poem Details | by Natalie The Rogue Rhymer
Categories: nature,

moles last supper

mole savors plump worm
as hare eyes imminent feast –
blissful last supper

Poem Details | by Kyle Hammer
Categories: funny, nature,

Naughty Worm

The forest is damp,
The early bird gets the worm,
If the worm shows up.

Poem Details | by Charles Henderson
Categories: nature,

keeping time

keeping time
with my Tai Chi
the inch worm

Poem Details | by A.E. Rivenbark
Categories: january, nature, snow,


Jack Frost bite parties
Snow men drinking gin flurries--
Toes miss their socks

Now we'll be buried
With Snow white's seven blizzards-
Worm snuggled cocoon
Double Haiku

Poem Details | by Charles Henderson
Categories: nature,

blue jay flying

the blue jay flying --
a fat worm dangling
for the babies

Poem Details | by James Foulk
Categories: fantasy

Glow Worm in Love

Glow worm in,

          love with

Neon lamp.

Written 5-31-11

Poem Details | by jack horne
Categories: animals,

a robin hops

a robin hops
after the gardener - -
eats a worm

* I live in England

Poem Details | by Joshua Adam
Categories: death

A Humbling Thought

young, smooth, trim and firm
soon to be food for the worm
life, but a short term

Poem Details | by Shadow Hamilton
Categories: bird, flower, nature,

Hauki 4

A simple daisy
yet  exquisitely formed
white and gold abound

My blackbird follows
me around in the garden
cheerful tune emits

snowdrop  so lovely
you poke up your head through snow
 glistening snow white

a robin redbreast
tugged at a juicy worm
he was so pleased

Poem Details | by Charles Henderson
Categories: nature,

a new dawn

a new dawn
I see the inch worm
still climbing

Poem Details | by Amy Swanson
Categories: animals, nature, sea, seasons

Spring Afternoon

Warm spring afternoon
      robin hopping in my yard - 
             worm darts in his hole!

Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick
Categories: animals, nature

Bird Watching

Proud Robin Red Breast
Quick eyes find the hidden worm
Harbinger of  spring

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker
Categories: adventure, fish, identity, image, journey, life, nature,

Life Extensions - Haiku

     Life Extensions - Haiku

squirming on the pole
worm knows his place in nature
line extends, fish bites

Poem Details | by Charles Henderson
Categories: nature,

a worm dies

beneath leaves the tiny acorn awakens a worm dies Nov 2012 cghjr

Poem Details | by Brian Strand
Categories: nature

Haiku- dawn quaternion

weed covers the pond-
a crested grebe
dives for treasure

a puffed up firecrest
alights upon
our smoke tree

a dawn delicacy-
the mistlethrush's
everyday grub

out of the nest-
the fledgling hopes
mother finds a worm

Poem Details | by Ismael Nieves
Categories: animals, nature



      A small soft green worm-
      it hides into a cacoon
      and turns butterfly

Poem Details | by Justin Presson
Categories: nature


Inch worm inch by inch
Butterfly hue upon hue
Locust dying soon

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella
Categories: adventure, animals, food, health, imagination, nature, places, seasons, sports, visionary

Big Bucks

early bird gets worm
standing at the base of tree
fourteen point buck - wow

Tribute To
Deer Hunters and Hunterettes LOL

May You Rack A Big One

Please Be Safe 
Wear Blazing Orange

Poem Details | by Leon Stacey
Categories: faith, family, hope, nature, people, science, seasons,


Butterfly enclosed
By its spinnings emerges
Once seen as a worm

Poem Details | by James Foulk
Categories: children

Free Apples

free apples

      makes a happy


written 6-2-11

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

An Inch of Desire

blue jay’s desire
her predicament is dire …
inch worm on a wire

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker
Categories: bird, books, fun, identity, image, life, wisdom,

Book Worm Haiku

     Book Worm Haiku

Books fall to forest 
Birds sing, feed on strange worms green
Knowledge, thoughts consumed 

Poem Details | by Brian Strand
Categories: animals, nature


out of the nest
the fledgling hopes
mother finds a worm

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: nature,


mockingbird attacks wiggling worm on hot driveway.... briefly hold brake down
God blesses in so many ways. I see the Mockingbird that feeds from the ground and then drive up the road short way and there are about 8 or 10 swallows feeding from the air.

Poem Details | by Millard Lowe
Categories: irony, life, sad,

Haiku 11

Looking for the sun,
A worm came out of his hole;
A bird greeted him.

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey
Categories: animals, life,

a small fleeing worm

a small fleeing worm desired by swift striking bird finds an open hole
Russell Sivey

Poem Details | by Daniel Corcoran
Categories: animals


The lonely worm squirms
Comes from below when it rains
Becomes food for birds.

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues
Categories: bird, spring,


open beaks of Spring —
baby birds in choral chirp
hungry for a worm


Poem Details | by connie pachecho
Categories: nature, spring,

Spring's Fertility

Spring's Fertility

blue jays hop off branch
borne worm caught from sprouting grass
mountain dresses' up

connie pachecho


Poem Details | by Kolachana SriSudha
Categories: art,


from velvety worm
tender wings unfurl into
charming butterfly 

flower to flower
seeking nectar n playing
with petals they fly