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Poem Details | by Tim Ryerson |
Categories: funny, insect, nature,

Male Mantis Murder

Subtitled: WELL! You didn't have to bite my HEAD off...

Gladly would I die
for your love, my dear. No! Wait!
Just kidding! Just kid...





Poem Details | by John lawless |
Categories: humor,

Praying Mantis - for contest

Praying Mantis

Patience – a virtue
silence in the sight of God
Grace – before meals


8/20/2016

submitted to – Praying Mantis – Poetry Contest
sponsor – Anthony Slausen

Poem Details | by Virginia Mitchell |
Categories: funny

Praying Mantis Haikus, Contest

Premenstrual syndrome
Gain discombobulation
Guys wisely worry

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: funny

A Mantis' After-dinner Prayer

prey of the day - frog
pleased mantis licks spiny hands. . . 
that was delicious




Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: funny

Pious Mantis Prays

pious mantis prays


          nefarious plot afoot


                    to devour her mate

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
© All Rights Reserved

Placed No. 5 in Carolyn Devonshire's "Praying Mantis Haikus" Contest - July 2010

Poem Details | by Larry Belt |
Categories: funny

Absent Minded Mantis

I can't remember
Where did I leave my car keys?
Please don't drink and drive



For Carolyn's Contest

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: animals, funny,

Not a Prayer Against the Mantis

Good Lord, Mama Mantis creeps up behind and takes a nip that stings sharp before I fall, supposedly dead. Fakeout! I still have my teeth and I hear the words, "Bite me! Wanting to give her a nip, Alexa B.'s bit! *Entry for Linda’s “Bite Me” contest. written by Carolyn Devonshire

Poem Details | by Maurice Rigoler |
Categories: dark, humor,

Praying Mantis



The mantis prays in a pious pose
with unholy hands pressed close.
He feigns a prayerful stance
as if caught in an inspired trance.

If there’s a moral here it’s this:
some see the mantis’ life as envious
and place deception as highest good–
when it’s the means of their livelihood.