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Poems About: SNAKE

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  • 13.
    Snakes

    the snake
    slithers around
    sneaky
    not a sound read more »

    sandy nobody
  • 14.
    Illusion and ignorance

    To mistake a rope for a snake
    Or to mistake a snake for a rope
    Is illusion in perception.
    To take a rope for rope and read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 15.
    # # Plaything

    The black snake
    Hiding in the grass
    The black snake
    So frightening read more »

    Sonya Florentino
  • 16.
    The slithering snake and the cat

    The slithering snake
    Crept loudly towards it's prey
    The cat ran away
    The snake Didn't have much fun read more »

    micheal scott
  • 17.
    Girl and the Snake

    Girl Beautiful!
    Behind the girl and
    Unknown to her
    Snake beautiful! ! read more »

    Bala Venkat
  • 18.
    True Friends? ? ?

    the snake slithers around
    sneaky not to make a sound
    slowly creeps upon his prey
    attacks then runs away read more »

    iOXYnoMORON 00
  • 19.
    SnakeSkin

    Now it seems
    You were the snake
    That I was
    Trying to protect you from- read more »

    Dorsey Baker
  • 20.
    a boy and the snake and the tree that cures...

    a snake is bitten by another snake
    it is bleeding and leaves and looks for a tree
    to take some sap
    for its own cure, read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 21.
    Antivenom

    time to milk lab rattle snake
    the rattle snake rattles in warning
    the rattle snake rattles to get attention
    the rattle snake strikes in defence read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 22.
    If I Ever Was a Snake

    If I was a snake, my eyes would be green,
    I would wander the land and look real mean.
    If I was a snake, I'd know how to sting,
    Despite all the trouble it would bring. read more »

    october bradley
  • 23.
    Snakes

    Cobras, black, white and grey,
    Which but live in starw roofs, ant-hills, field dividers,
    Tree stems or holes,
    There are a few non-poisnous snakes read more »

    Bijay Kant Dubey
  • 24.
    The Snake Wisdom

    The man seen the snake.
    And stepped on it head
    The snake didn’t bite his heel
    Saying the man didn’t see it read more »

    David Aoloch Bion
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