5 Haiku Poems about Lizards - Green Anole

Green Anole Lizards Inspire

A few pictures, too few to be sure, inspired a bit of research into green anole lizards. They seem to be a rarity in my neck of the woods in Florida. In my 15 plus years of living here I have only seen them a handful of times. The second inspiration was this set of 5 haiku style poems. Like my other haiku inspired poetry you, the reader, can pick that haiku which you like the most. Just see the poll that follows the poetry.

Green Lizard on Stair Rail

Female green anole lizard.
Female green anole lizard. | Source

Haiku #1 - Lizard Queen

The lizard queen

She scurries across the rail

Looking for the king

Haiku #2 - Long Tail

Long tail drags behind

White stripe painted over green

Anole Lizard Queen

Haiku # 3 - Wearing Bright Green

Wearing bright green skin

Anole lizard climbs the rail

Looks for the next meal

Haiku #4 - Thinks Procreation

Thinks procreation

Egg layer anole lizard

Hopes a male to find

Haiku #5 - Bug on Menu

Bug on the menu

Lizard snaps it out of air

chomp - swallow - eaten

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Add Your Comment - Add Your Lizard Haiku 13 comments

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AudreyHowitt 4 years ago from California

Oh -nicely done! I am liking the 1st one I think!

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Angelo52 4 years ago from Central Florida Author

Thanks Audrey. Glad you liked them. Vote your favorite in poll. Thanks again.

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DanaTeresa 4 years ago from Ohio

nice. i remember seeing anole lizards everywhere when i would visit my great-granparents in florida. they would even get into the house! i would spend hours watching them.

my favorites are 1 and 2

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writer20 4 years ago from Southern Nevada

My favorite is #5 it gave my a chuckle, thanks.

Voted up and intertesting.

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Angelo52 4 years ago from Central Florida Author

Thanks Dana and Writer20. There are still lots of the brown anoles around. Glad you liked the haiku.

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aviannovice 4 years ago from Stillwater, OK

Nice material!

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Angelo52 4 years ago from Central Florida Author

Which did you like best? I wrote them so I like them all. Anyway, thanks for taking a look aviannovice.

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girishpuri 4 years ago from NCR , INDIA

Enjoyed your all haiku's, they are different and interesting, somebody has rightly said you create best in your garden...lol,

voted up

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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

i always enjoyed reading haikus..and yours is very interesting.

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Olde Cashmere 4 years ago from Michigan, United States

I've gotten so into haikus and I found yours wonderful. I voted for "Wearing Bright Green'' though I loved them all. Excellent work Angelo, voted up, shared, beautiful, awesome, and interesting :)

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Angelo52 4 years ago from Central Florida Author

Want to thank olde cashmere for the up vote and share. Unknown spy for enjoying the haikus so much and girishpuri for the vote up. Glad you all came by and enjoyed the haiku. I have more coming, so stay tuned.

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Vinaya Ghimire 4 years ago from Nepal

Wonderfully done. I loved the number 4.

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Angelo52 4 years ago from Central Florida Author

Thanks Vinaya. Glad you enjoyed the poetry and appreciated for vote for Number 4 - Procreation.

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