Minky and Pinky the chicks

Minky and Pinky the chicks

Poem Born a few minutes apart from each other, Lovely happy born sisters, The youngest chick, Pinky, Minky, the eldest chick,   Both with same attitude and persona, Never stop to...

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Winter

Poem Gloomy and worried, The sun’s shivering, Close up all the sunny beaches, No one can get up to play, Winter has come, Close up all the sunny beaches, Sun has gone low, But is still seen...

Chameleon, https://poemtheart.com

Chameleon

Poem They are walking through the forests, Wise and clear so you can’t hear, Changing their colors, Through every step they walk on, Water droplets landing on their body makes them blue...

Civet, a short poem

Civet

Civet, A Short Poem Civets are scared, Why are they scared, They must had heard the howls of the wolves, Or their dens had been destroyed, No, I think they are shy creatures. (By Sarah...

Rose, poemtheart.com

Rose

Poem Roses are sweet, but not petit, They never dry out, as they fly in, Precious for the house of those, who are good, Pleasing for the house of those, who are special, They never thought...

Cat, a short poem

Cat a short poem

Short Poem I heard a noise with the letter m, I heard it again but louder, As I come closer it was getting louder, Meow! , it is a cat. (By Sarah Shahzad) Cat, a short poem –...

Desert Falcon - Poemtheart.com

Desert Falcon

Poem As it flies at the nights of the desert, finding its prey for the day,  No one knows where it’s headed or where it’s stopping by, Think hard to find the falcon flying through the...

Lunar & Solar Eclipse

Lunar & Solar Eclipse

Poem As we look above the sky we see the moon, As ordinary as any moon But when the special night comes, It’s different than the others, As the sun passes behind the moon, It becomes red as...

Town Boy and Town Rabbit - poemtheart.com

Town Boy and Town Rabbit

Poem He comes stomping on the town, Knowing where to go and what to seek, He has a favor for the town rabbit, But, the town rabbit fear not, Chased away far but scared, Ran the town boy...