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Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: animals, funny, nature

Ricky the Raccoon

Did you hear about Ricky the Raccoon
Who found a cat who had swooned
He returned it back home
In case, dazed it did roam
His reward, a night on the toon

Francine posted an image on Facebook to write about, this is mine.
To see the image, copy and paste my link below and paste.

Poem Details | by Carol Fillmore |
Categories: animals, funny, imagination

Raccoon Went A Wooing

R ascal with a twinkle in his dark-ringed eye
A morous feeling frisky under a full moon's light
C at strolled by- her voluptuous tail swishing to and fro
C oy glances by feline big blues
O vert flirting, then invited her to dine
O pulent feast of restaurant scraps made her swoon...
N uptials next - rascal raccoon carried her over the threshold of their new home.

for "Tell Me About It" contest
sponsored by Francine Roberts

Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: funny

Randy The Ring-Tailed Raccoon

Randy the ring-tailed raccoon
Had a very funny smell
And if you ever smelled him
You would run away pell-mell.
All of the other raccoons
Held their noses, called him names.
They were not nice to Randy,
Played him for the fool in games.
Then one frosty Christmas Eve
Santa said to him
"Randy with your smell so rank
You would stop an armored tank."
He pitied poor old Randy.
"You must have a bath tonight,
Then all the lady raccoons
Will not run away in fright."

Randy the ring-tailed raccoon
Now smells so extremely nice
All of his brother raccoons
Want to borrow his "Old Spice".

(to the tune of Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer.)won first place

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, funny, nonsense,

I was the Goon Who Chose the Raccoon

The horses’ lacy white petticoats and ribboned pantaloons
Were kicked almost as high as a delightful orange harvest moon.
The anger came from the big burly brown baboons
Who were left out by the snotty uppity raccoon.
I felt like an uninformed ridiculous goon,
Because I had assigned the notorious snotty coons
The task of doling out the petticoats and the pantaloons.

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: animal, humorous, space,


sly masked marauder
recklessly raucous raccoon
~ the final frontier