Yeti And Bigfoot By Carolyn Devonshire

Yeti And Bigfoot By Carolyn Devonshire Tibetan monks share colorful lore Taking wide-eyed listeners from a valley floor To peaks in the sentinel Himalayas So how could such holy men’s tales betray us A dark, furry creature’s outline has been seen Startling climbers on mountains so serene Leaving bipedal footprints on pristine snow Stumping searchers […]

The Abominable Snowman By Ogden Nash

The Abominable Snowman By Ogden Nash I’ve never seen an abominable snowman, I’m hoping not to see one, I’m also hoping, if I do, That it will be a wee one. Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

A Slight Mistake By George Hunter

A Slight Mistake By George Hunter One day while climbing up Mt. EverestI met a man who was the cleverest.He was all dressed up in a Yeti suitWith scaly skin and hair to boot.He sure looked anything but cute. An Abominable Snowman, what a find!Real enough to fool some of mankind.Sure looked the part, as […]

The Snowman In The Yard By Joyce Kilmer

The Snowman In The Yard By Joyce Kilmer The Judge’s house has a splendid porch, with pillars and steps of stone, And the Judge has a lovely flowering hedge that came from across the seas; In the Hales’ garage you could put my house and everything I own, And the Hales have a lawn like […]

The Brave Little Snowman By Nirali Shah

The Brave Little Snowman By Nirali Shah Once upon a time There stood a frigid little snowman With finger holes for eyes Which spoke no truth nor lies Two twigs made his disfigured arms And a stoll for keeping him “warm” There he stood with all his smiley charm From the dusk until the dawn! […]

Yeti My Pal By Andrew James

Yeti My Pal By Andrew James Yeti my friend why are you there Hiding in the trees like you care Yeti my pal what do you want With me Yeti my friend I am not hairy Large in size and equally scary Yeti my pal I can see you In the trees Yeti my friend […]

Boy At The Window By Richard Wilbur

Boy At The Window By Richard Wilbur Seeing the snowman standing all alone In dusk and cold is more than he can bear. The small boy weeps to hear the wind prepare A night of gnashings and enormous moan. His tearful sight can hardly reach to where The pale-faced figure with bitumen eyes Returns him […]

The Snow Man By Wallace Stevens

The Snow Man By Wallace Stevens One must have a mind of winter To regard the frost and the boughs Of the pine-trees crusted with snow; And have been cold a long time To behold the junipers shagged with ice, The spruces rough in the distant glitter Of the January sun; and not to think […]

Abominable Snowman By Jay Macpherson

Abominable Snowman By Jay Macpherson The guardian stalking his eternal snows With backward tread and never any sound Afflicts the mind with horror more profound Than caves and chasms among which he goes. Below the snowline flourish greedy tribes Who run with dogs to hunt him as a beast, Then pass his pieces round in […]

Big Love By Deb Wilson

Big Love By Deb Wilson The dust of my dreams has been blown away. For I met the love of my life one day. He’s covered in fur and twelve foot three. Yes,he’s a little bit taller than me! Some call him Bigfoot,Sasquatch or Yeti. But I just call him home for spaghetti! It took […]