Love Poems About Woodpecker or Woodpecker Love Poems
by john loving iii |
Categories: bible, bird, faith,

and they flew

one day the flightless peacock
got a message from above
and when it filled his heart
he gave the message to a dove
when he received it he knew it was true
this was something special 
and to all the world it should be flew
the dove gave it to a crane
and the crane gave it to a duck
which went south for the winter
where the message was also brought
but then the dragon got word
and he didn't like it at all
he flew around the world
saying the message was false
but all the birds knew it 
and the woodpecker too
the message of God's love
is very, very true


(This goes with a presentation of origami birds and a dragon that can flap their wings.)


by S.Jagathsimhan Nair |
Categories: imagination,

Typewriter 1

Typewriter

Such felicity to tip toe
On  thin ridge
Delivering  a premise

Such strain in the chest
To pour over a love-chest 

Heart sluggish or fast or missing 
A beat , the ancient treadmill

A woodpecker bores 
Deep into a collage
An origami of conversations

Which way you look
The only way back in the day, 
Of senescence,
Metamorphosed   since 

For a racy glide painless 
For plain or phantom rides.

23 Apr 2013
Form: Freeverse.

For Nathan's contest.

by christine a kysely |
Categories: animals, introspection, life, love

Does Woodpecker Know

does woodpecker know

whether many insects hide

in each branch he climbs

 

(January 29, 2011 Wausau, Wisconsin)

(c) Copyright 2011 by Christine A Kysely, All Rights Reserved


by Satish Verma |
Categories: art,

A LONG HOT SUMMER

Sitting on the hill,
nestled against the moon,
talking to stars.

You love a woodpecker.
What a stupid thing.
A panther dies of thirst.

A tall fern unfurls
the frond, to catch
a crested iguana.

In deep blue water
seventeen summers 
drowned, in one go.

A sapsucker goes
on, making holes,
in my psyche.

A tree will wait
for the summer to end.
Then it will tow the rain.


Satish Verma

by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: faith, life,

Rivetting

The Woodpecker tapping his song
in Morse Code rivetting
A melody to his summer
love, soon change pivotting

The sound carries on air's dampness
Saturated with fog
Moisture coats everything this morn
Frogs sleep in their bog

Birds begin to awake chirping
Surround sound melodies
An angry Mockingbird chatters
Soon some animal will flee

God speaks to me in the morning
His Spirit leads each day
All I have to do is follow Him
As He lights each step's way 

by Hannah Rose |
Categories: bird, love, spring,

Early Spring Haiku - Late

A woodpecker drums 
near bumps on a leafless branch
to coax budding love.

Spring Haiku
March 2, 2019

by PAT Adams |
Categories: bird, character, word play,

From A Woodpecker

A woodpecker, flew straight at him,
Its sharp beak, stuck in his head
Then it flew back up to its nest
As for him, "He'll live!", the doc said!

But his life sure was not easy
To see a bird, was his worst dread
Rarely did he venture outside
He became known as, "Pecker head"

He tried to take it in his stride,
Though of course he was appalled
What if it was a Shih Tzu attack?
Imagine what he might be called!

But he found true love with, "Willow"
Though she was quite pushy, it's true
Soon they were seen all over town 
Pecker head and pushy Willow too!



by mary miriumjilith |
Categories: hope, nature, peace,

Pink Rain

        Leaping deer,
            Lovely dear.

        Hopping grasshopper,
           Jolly reaper.

       Peeping hare,
          Pretty care.
        
        Perking woodpecker,
           Carving letter.
 
       Smiling flowers,
          Divine dreams.
      
       Singing birds,
          Flying gazals.

       Falling love,
         Smelling blue.

      Raining pink rain,
        Romantic heart shine.