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Poem Details | by Gail DeBole |
Categories: funny,

Rexie the Lizard

Written: January 2, 2009
Updated: April 23, 2012

There once was a lizard named Rex(ie)
Whose head was always tilted and ready
Sitting next to the glass wall
Patiently waiting for Saul
To feed him tasty hornworm bread(ie).

Note: Part of the Portrait Poetry Collection

Poem Details | by Litan Dey |
Categories: humorous, simple, society,


Lizard is truth
Lizard is foul
Lizard! You and I are what we are distinctly

Truth or bitter
Freshwater or saline water
It mixes with our life
-in our wounds.

I am tired
thirst for your love
I can not bear this loneliness
When I stop thinking about you
The Lizard run over my head
Why you are making sounds now, Lizard?
If you are happy with her
Give me more pain!

Lizard is truth
Lizard is foul
Lizard! You and I are what we are distinctly

Day passes
My night lengthened
If it is true to life as one wish
Why I became deaf?

Lizard! Stop making false clops

Poem Details | by Alayande Stephen |
Categories: allegory, animal, dance, desire, hilarious, race, visionary,



Its eyes very sharp on insects
Tongue, can only be magnetic
It swallows ants with ease
Yet, nodding to its precision

Looking straight into my eyes
Breathing in and out,
Yet, not gasping
It looked at my direction 
Enjoying the game
Its nodding means one ant down

Suddenly turns its tail at me
Thought, it was goodbye bidding
Yet, starring at me backwardly
More ants gathered 
Mopping some sugary liquid
Suddenly, it reappeared
Nodding, faster with a smile
To announce its arrival again
It resumed with more verve.

Alayande Stephen T.
12th August, 2007 

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: animal, funny, humor, humorous,

Lizard or Llama

lizard or llama
which do you want?

I think hard.
Both please.

You can only have one.
Stern look.

I hate my parents.

Poem Details | by krishnank srivastava |
Categories: 8th grade, fun, funny, hilarious, poetry,

A lizard in my house

A lizard under the cupboard
scared my mother
screams, fears, and cries
filled the air.

I followed the tiny creature,
wherever it went. It ran under
the bed, the sofa, and the dining table,
as if playing the game while maintaining social distancing 

My mother looked at my father for rescue-mission,
He came up with the broom, 
To throw the little gecko out of the room, 
Slowly and steadily, tiny creature went out of the house

My mother gets a sigh as the
lizard is out, and I also
get solace as screams, fear, and cries gone off air.