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Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: books, humor, word play, youth,

book worm

between pages 
of biology book
prankster presses worm

AP: 3rd place 2020

Submitted on March 9, 2019 for contest THE BOOK WORM sponsored by KAI MICHAEL NEUMANN  -  RANKED 1ST

Poem Details | by Kyle Hammer |
Categories: funny, nature,

Naughty Worm

The forest is damp,
The early bird gets the worm,
If the worm shows up.

Poem Details | by Sabrina Robillard |
Categories: animals, children, funny, nature,

Little Worm

Oh little worm
You are so neat
You move so fast
Without any feet

You help the earth
Go round and round
You dig little tunnels
All through the ground

You’re used on boats
To catch big fish
And if you’re gummy…
You are deeeeelish!

Oh little worm
You are so neat
You are so useful
And can’t be beat!

Poem Details | by Roger Horsch |
Categories: children, fun, funny,

Robin and his friend Worm

There is a robin and a worm
Who became best of friends
They seem to have so much fun
And they hope it never ends

Robin always laughed at worm
Cause, he wiggles when they play
It's almost as if my friend worm
Is trying to get away

Robin said, it's starting to rain
And I don't want you to drown
I promise I will keep you dry
By lifting you off the ground

Robin then picked up worm
And swallowed him that day
He ate three or four more worms
And then he flew away

There's a moral to this story
That I bet you haven't heard
It's, if you are a worm
Never trust a bird

Poem Details | by tom bell |
Categories: adventure, death, funny, nature,

The Squirm Of The Worm

Wiggling, underground,
Invisible....likely bored....
Not too much to see,
down there...
Has lots'a friends and family,
Or so I hear
Hopefully won't find out TOO soon
However, there is no fear....
Hey, waiter!!!  Bring me another beer!!!
Hurry, the Worm is getting near!!

Poem Details | by Preston Hill |
Categories: animals, funny,

The Worm Doth Squirm

                                            The Worm Doth Squirm
                                                   by Preston Hill

The worm doth squirm as it burrows through the berm on its way to find a germ that it could squash.

But the germ began to turn upon the berm burrowing worm and found the worm to be quite warm and truly posh.

So the worm spit out the germ upon the wormy burrowed berm and then turned to get away once and for all.

And the germ called to the worm "You can flee this burrowed berm but you're going to see me once again this fall".

Poem Details | by PAT Adams |
Categories: humor, nonsense, poems, smile,

The worm revolution

The worm revolution

There's a bag-worm revolution in our humble little town
The worms are taking over and they're gonna take it down

They drop down from the trees and scare the little kids
They hide and wait on top of rocks and under trash can lids

It was only yesterday they got my dear aunt Helen
She ran out of her house a screamin' and a yellin'

So if you feel a squirmin in the bottom of your shoe
Or see a green noodle swimmin in your stew
There's no need to fight it there is nothing you can do

The worms are taking over and you know they'll get you too!

Poem Details | by Sidney Beck |
Categories: funny,



Watched his concertina movements
Across a concrete path 
Headed away from the lush lawn 
The green green grass of home.
Possible row with worm wife, maybe 
A yelled discourse about divorce of course.
Where was he going, without her ?
Nothing  ahead but sterile concrete 
And a four meter brick wall  -
Stupid worm choice, flexing his
Puffed-up male-ego concertina folds.
Easy to criticize when you’re not a worm:
Maybe she never appreciated all his worm work,
Nor laughed at his worm jokes.
He’s probably flexing his concertina now
For some other warm worm woman. 

Poem Details | by Winston Ritson |
Categories: animal, funny, insect,

Wiggly Worm

Wiggzy Wormzy
Saying neighbourly hies
As he writhed
From top to bottom
Of the veggie garden

Wiggzy Wormzy
Sharing friendly hi-fives
As he cantilevered
From leaf to roof
Of the veggie garden

Poem Details | by Joe DiMino |
Categories: dark, death, food, gothic, humorous, imagination, riddle,

The Conqueror Worm

Of course, all straights are bent
our rotary motion

the further back we travel in
space, the greater the arc

even our words are subject to gravity

inclined toward earth, absorbed
long before eternity

some mine for jewels
I uncover the promises kept
and unkept...lies and truths
compacted to indistinguishable
masses – buried

with the bones of those who spoke them
absent lips and breaths

but a disgruntled grave digger I am not

just an insatiable book-worm

regurgitating my volume of Poe

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 4th grade, 5th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th grade, humorous, moon,

What Kind of Worm Are You

By the light of the moon the skeleton danced
He was exuberant, happy, thrilled with his mission
The surrounding shadows hid their eyes
Fearful of his excitement, afraid of who he might convert
What if they all started to shed their flesh? A chipmunk asked.
A worm who had been hiding under the same leaf nodded.
It could be anarchy, mayhem, a catastrophic Armageddon.
What kind of worm are you? The chipmunk asked. “A bookworm?”
The bookworm was silent; for he was a CIA bookworm.

Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler |
Categories: evil, fantasy, funny, halloween, humor, scary, silly,

As the Worm Turns

There once was vampire named Vlad.
His life was obscurely sad.
He ate a worm,
The tide did turn.
Now Vlad is famously bad.

written 9/06/2020

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: crazy, desire, engagement, humorous, insect,

Apple Worm Salad

I had an apple
It had a worm in it
So I diced it up evenly
Added croutons and place him in a salad
Ahh! nothing like a little protein
Where's the ranch dressing

by James Edward Lee. Sr.

Poem Details | by kieran mason |
Categories: humorous,


In this little rhyme I would like to confirm 
I have personally seen in action Sally slow worm
Doesn't move fast as she goes about her day
No other worm like creatures get in her way 

Sally leaves her hole at a little after eight 
Will be visiting her friend if she can wait 
She munches some grass for extra power
Hasn't gone very far I'm afraid this hour 

Sally arrives at her friend's hole at dead on four
Will be staying the night but I'm not really sure
Sally the slow worm is pleased with the journey made
So be careful dear gardener where you put that spade

Poem Details | by Kim Stone |
Categories: 3rd grade, animal, funny,


  Smallest finger of a worm sends a million legs a crawling.

Thousands of legs on one side joined in concert to move.
Forward, forward, ever forward.
Over bumps, into cracks, around the gravel.

 Whoops! Its' a cat. 
 Smallest finger of a worm,
You've just become a side dish in your turn.

Millions of legs in that tummy.
Thousands of legs running round.
Forward, forward, ever forward.
Over the inside of a belly button.
No wonder my cat is hanging upside down.