Poems About: SNAKE
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337.Blaming The Snake
Adam said it was the fault of Eve.
Eve blamed that serpent snake.
The snake tried blaming everyone else
No leg to stand on, he was a fake. read more »Robert Edgar Burns
Very early in the morning we were woken from our sleep,
We were going on safari, being driven in a jeep,
We went out before our breakfast, we went out before sunrise,
We went out before the sleep had fully vanished from our eyes. read more »Paul Hansford
339.Monkey and Goose, Snake and Bull, and Tiger Lou
Monkey and goose
Snake and bull
And there friend tiger lou
Met at hummingbird's garden read more »Midnights Voice
340.A Frog And A Toad
A tiny frog on a lili-pad,
Was so depressed she felt so sad.
She wrung her hands and racked her brain,
And said to herself, I'm going insane. read more »Juan Olivarez
At the right read more »TaMaRa HaNaRiNg ,(((( PaLeSTiNe))))FreedOm Flottila .
342.The Snake, The Fire and The Baby
Snake, the baby’s friend;
Fire the baby’s enemy
How the snake become baby’s friend
How the fire become baby’s enemy. read more »David Aoloch Bion
343.Cannibal and Dhieu
Lion cannibal came
With three cubs
In evening to Dhieu home
Hide in shade of cattle byre read more »David Aoloch Bion
344.In these Thirty Eight Years
Innumerable serpents are springing up from my head
Just how many
Will your comb draw out, woman?
Their iciness read more »Mangesh Narayanrao Kale
Alone, a box of bootlegged wine,
a man and his silver snake.
He opens his eyes blearily, his silver snake read more »Declan Barwell
Once I found an ant-lion's hole
And an ant-lion in it: nippers
Like a pair of rusty clippers.
And I saw a red ant roll
In its pit, and, quick as Ned,
This old ant-lion fanged its head,
Held it till the ant was dead. read more »Madison Julius Cawein
347.A Core Issue
The Bible says that Eve, at the instigation of a wily
snake, seduced Adam who she then persuaded to eat
her apple and for his impertinence or altruistic
gesture, depending on how you view the matter, read more »Stanley Collymore
348.Better to be quiet than to speak!
Go with the nature! Accept the reality!
Better to be quiet than to speak; it rewards!
But, there is a saying, 'Frog loses its life' read more »Dr.V.K. Kanniappan