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Death Poems About Lizard

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Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: animal, death, image, imagery, life, nature, simple,

Rain, Tree, Lizard - Haiku

     Rain, Tree, Lizard – Haiku

wet functionary
scaled feet slip, tree knows better
reptilian off

Poem Details | by jordan lonewolf |
Categories: adventure, animals, death

blue lizard

Looking dead to me 
With its feet up in the air
Goodbye dead lizard

Poem Details | by John Michaels |
Categories: animal, death, food, nature,

Lizard - Pleiades L

Lazing on sun-baked rock
Leisurely flicks out tongue
Lithe critter scurries past
Lightning reflex triggered
Lethal toxins subdue
Loathsome maw rends soft flesh
Luckless prey digested

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I've always been fascinated by the Komodo Dragon, which is the world's largest lizard.  They may appear slow and cumbersome, but their massive size belies their speed when presented with a potential meal!

15th April 2017

For the "Pleiades L" contest sponsored by Kim Merryman.
(Third Place)

Poem Details | by Hammam Hamad |
Categories: death, dedication, faith, fear, history, peace, philosophy, religion, time, war,

Lizard tale

   Lizard with sneaky eyes
   four legs , one tail , negligible size
   Seemed peaceful at first , very afraid
   ,but so the devil in disguise 
   How a lizard from far away
   Came close to us , as one mile?
   How a lizard from far away
   As it is approaching, looked like a crocodile
   At the right moment ,I will grab my sphere
   I will stab it , with nothing to fear
   I won't fall for the crocodile tears.

Poem Details | by Wendy Watson |
Categories: death, music,

The Lizard King

( Written with the tune 'Riders on the storm' in mind)

Unpredictable and wild
At times a Jekyll then a Hyde.
A rebel on the run
Just looking to have fun.
But when he began to sing
His voice would draw you in
They called him 'Lizard King'.

A fleeting honeymoon
He left this life too soon.
Creatively inclined
He sometimes lost his mind.
Like a tune without a beat
His life was incomplete;
A medley bittersweet.


'Writers on the storm contest' : Sponsored by Chantelle Anne Cooke