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  1. A Bird Came Down The Walk

    A bird came down the walk:
    He did not know I saw;
    He bit an angle-worm in halves
    And ate the fellow, raw.

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    That's just about the way nature is. I spent time outside watching all the amazing creatures, and they all have busy responsibilities to attend to, so structured to doing their purpose in...

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  3. A Butterfly Life

    • By Sarah Zylstra
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About Butterflies

    As the caterpillar sleeps inside its cocoon
    Like a baby wrapped in her blanket
    She waits and waits until she blooms
    Into a beautiful new life ...

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    This poem caught my attention at the very last moment and I had given it to my 10 yr old daughter for memorizing within an hour for her elocution contest and to my surprise she was selected...

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  4. Tiger Dance

    Poem Describing Power Of Tigers

    Sleek, slender, cracking whip
    dip, arch, circle,
    agile, quick, deceitfully frail,
    Is the delicate Art of the tiger Tail...

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  6. Wolves

    • By Sierra Marston
    • Published: January 2009
    Life of a Wolf Poem

    Wolves howling towards the moon
    Gray and dark
    Sitting on a rock
    Snow falling all around ...

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  7. The Eagle

    He clasps the crag with crooked hands;
    Close to the sun in lonely lands,
    Ringed with the azure world, he stands.

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    This poem touched my heart as no other poem has. I love nature and most poems don't interest me. When I can, I am outside in nature and when I have to go inside, I fall just like the Eagle at...

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  8. Spiders

    You should always keep a spider
    At least one in every room
    Give them a little corner
    With an offering of food

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    Wow, spiders. I am not fond of them. I know they can't eat much, but I don't want them crawling on me. Once my daughters found a tarantula and wanted him for a pet, so they put him in a class...

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  10. The Eagle Soars

    Poem About National Bird Of The United States

    Our American Bald Eagle stands bold and proud
    Representing our nation's liberty,
    Soaring effortlessly above the shores
    Peering down at the majestic sea. ...

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    The Eagles are large, amazing birds. While watching them you see a lot of funny things happen. We were fishing at Lake Shasta one year and sitting out on the houseboat deck while fishing, a...

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  11. Ode To A Zebra

    • By Robynne Meulemans
    • Published: August 2017

    I'm a stunning display of black and white,
    Contrasting stripes to captivate sight.

    My mane stands up straight and proud.

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  12. Prairie-Dog Town

    Old Peter Prairie-dog
    Builds him a house
    In Prairie-Dog Town,
    With a door that goes down

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  13. An Unmarked Grave

    • By Isaac R. Brunacci
    • Published: March 2020
    The Loss Of A Bird

    The Nightingale sang her song
    For all the world to hear.
    She sang it loud, she sang it true
    To all that had an ear.

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    This is touching and well spiced with rhetorical devices.

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