5 Poems About Chicken You Can’t Resist!

Written by Gabriel Cruz - Foodie, Animal Lover, Slang & Language Enthusiast

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. As Amazon Associates we earn commission from qualifying purchases.

Welcome to a poetic poultry adventure! In this feathered journey, we embark on an extraordinary collection of verse—a symphony of words dedicated to the noble yet often overlooked subject of… drumroll, please… the poem about chicken! Get ready to cluck your way through five lyrical wonders that illuminate the charm, quirkiness, and downright deliciousness of these feathered friends. So gather ’round, my poetic enthusiasts, and prepare to be clucked away by the enchanting world of chicken-inspired poetry!

Ode to the Feathered Voyager

In the rooster’s proud cry, the morning awakens,
His heralding call, in farmyards taken.
A gallant chorus, in the dawn’s early light,
A feathery sonnet to dispel the quiet night.

Through the verdant meadows, where the grains grow,
Amidst the rustling whispers that the breezes blow,
Stalks the chicken, steady, serene,
A humble being, in nature’s scene.

Her plumage, a tapestry woven of sun’s gleam,
A patchwork quilt, sewn in a dream.
Rust-red feathers, a dazzling array,
Under the amiable glow of the day.

From her form does life itself emerge,
A symphony of peeps, a newborn dirge.
Soft and downy, wide-eyed surprise,
New life unveiled under endless skies.

She pecks and paws at the fertile earth,
An eternal dance, a perpetual rebirth.
Life’s sustenance, in grains and seeds,
Fulfilling all her simple needs.

A humble creature, often overlooked,
Yet within her form, nature’s cookbook.
Her bounty feeds both great and small,
A testament to life’s eternal thrall.

From the depths of her modest being,
Life’s simple pleasures she’s freeing.
Her eggs, a symbol of pure potential,
A canvas plain, yet consequential.

In the heart of the hearth, her gifts inspire,
The base of feasts that desires require.
Her meat, a source of strength and sustenance,
Nourishment derived from her existence.

Yet, she’s more than a vessel of utility,
In her lies a creature of humility.
From her song, the dawn’s first notes,
To the soft cluck that in twilight floats.

In her being, a lesson we discern,
Of living simply, yet much to learn.
Grace in the mundane, beauty in the simple,
In her existence, a life’s example.

Observe her journey, from dawn to dusk,
In her tale, an odyssey robust.
She is a beacon, a guide, a token,
A saga of life, beautifully spoken.

So here’s to the chicken, under the sun’s kiss,
An ode to life’s unassuming bliss.
A tribute to a creature so benign,
Yet, in her simplicity, truly divine.

In this homage, 400 words we’ve sown,
To the chicken, in verse, lovingly known.
Through her story, a truth we’ve unfurled,
A testament to the simple beauty of the world.

The Epic of Cluck

In the cradle of the dawn, where the sun’s first light is drawn,
Resides a creature, humble, adorned with nature’s song,
A chicken, cloaked in feathers, in hues of earth and fawn,
In the farmyard’s theater, she struts along.

In her strut, a rhythm, a dance primordial,
Her path etched in the dust, a script historical.
In her eyes, a quiet wisdom, an air so mystical,
A creature ordinary, yet wholly magical.

From her nest, she unveils a golden orb,
The symbol of life, in a delicate orb.
Silent and still, yet echoing a throbbing throb,
A testament to life’s poetic ebb and flow’s absorb.

Her voice, a language of clucks and calls,
Echoing across the barn’s rustic halls.
An aria of life, as twilight falls,
Her melody in nature’s concert halls.

She’s a muse in feathers, a spectacle in flight,
A creature of earth, bathed in sunlight.
In her journey, from day to night,
A living poem, in every sight.

She teaches of humility, of grace in simplicity,
In her, the essence of life’s multiplicity.
From her bounty, we draw our felicity,
In the kitchen, she inspires creativity.

Her gifts, from egg to meat, feed the multitude,
Her presence, a symbol of gratitude.
In her being, she embodies servitude,
A life of giving, a noble attitude.

Yet, beyond the plate, beyond the meal,
In her existence, deeper truths reveal.
She whispers of life’s turning wheel,
Of beginnings and ends, the universal deal.

So here, we pen a poem, a humble musing,
An homage to the chicken, life’s amusing.
In 400 words, a tale diffusing,
A tribute to life, in verse, infusing.

With every word, a brushstroke on the canvas,
Painting a portrait of the chicken, thus.
A symphony in text, a silent chorus,
A story of life, centered around us.

Thus ends the Epic of Cluck, this tale,
A poem, like a ship setting sail.
In each line, a detail,
A testament to life, beyond the veil.

Ballad of the Backyard Bard

In the golden haze of the dawning day,
Where nature awakens, begins her play,
Resides a bard, in feathers, soft and hay,
A chicken, the artist of the everyday.

Her song, a symphony of rustic notes,
Through the morning air, it softly floats.
The rooster’s crow, the hen’s tender quotes,
A melody in every sound she devotes.

She weaves her tales in the soil and grain,
In the sun-soaked fields, under the rain.
Her life, a sonnet, simple and plain,
Yet in her existence, profound truths remain.

From her nest, she births a silent ode,
An egg, an emblem of life’s abode.
A miracle in shell, a universe code,
A testament to nature’s creative mode.

Her plumage, a poem penned by the sun,
A cascade of colors, second to none.
Beneath her feathers, stories are spun,
Of life’s journey, of battles won.

Her gait, a dance, a rhythmic script,
In her movement, wisdom is crypt.
A humble strut, yet power equipped,
A testament to life, beautifully dipped.

She graces our plates, our meals, our feasts,
From her bounty, even the least, are priests.
Her gifts, from egg to meat, east to west,
A symbol of life’s generous bequest.

Yet she’s more than a meal, more than sustenance,
In her being, she bears life’s essence.
Her existence, a poem of resilience,
A testament to life’s inherent brilliance.

So here, we craft a 400-word praise,
To the chicken, her life, her ways.
In each line, her story we raise,
A ballad of life, in soft phrase.

With every word, a tribute we weave,
To the chicken, and the truths she cleave.
A testament to life, in what we believe,
A poem of gratitude, we leave.

Thus concludes our Ballad, the Backyard Bard,
An homage to the chicken, our regard.
A tribute told in 400 words, starred,
An ode to life, a tale unmarred.

Sonnet of the Feathered Sage

In the realm where the sun first casts its grace,
Resides a sage, with feathers for a lace.
A chicken, modest, yet full of space,
In life’s canvas, she leaves her trace.

Her voice, a language of age-old songs,
In the farmyard’s choir, she belongs.
A symphony of clucks, where her heart throngs,
A melody in every beat prolongs.

From her cradle, a sphere of life is born,
An egg, like the sun, adorning the morn.
Silent, yet echoing a promise sworn,
A testament to life’s endless dawn.

Her plumage, a poem, a color’s dance,
Under the sun’s gentle glance.
A cascade of hues, in every prance,
Her existence, a radiant romance.

Her strut, a rhythm, a silent verse,
In her steps, the universe converse.
A humble dance, yet nothing rehearse,
A testament to life’s diverse discourse.

She graces our tables, our homes, our feasts,
Her gifts, from the greatest to the least.
From her bounty, we partake a feast,
A symbol of life’s ceaseless yeast.

Yet, she’s more than a meal, more than a dish,
In her being, she fulfills a wish.
Her existence, a wisdom so swish,
A testament to life’s enriching dish.

So here, we scribe a 400-word sonnet,
To the chicken, her life, her bonnet.
In each line, her tale we donnet,
A ballad of life, in soft sonnet.

With every word, a tribute we scribe,
To the chicken, and the truths she describe.
A testament to life, in what we subscribe,
A poem of gratitude, we ascribe.

Thus ends our Sonnet, the Feathered Sage,
An homage to the chicken, our stage.
A tribute told in 400 words, age,
An ode to life, a tale of sage.

Verses from the Henhouse

Underneath the rose-gold arc of dawn,
A feathered philosopher strides upon the lawn.
A chicken, in her simplicity, carries on,
In her commonality, an uncommon paragon.

Her dialogue, a litany of clucks and coos,
An ancient language, that nature imbues.
A serenade that the morning dew pursues,
A melody that the essence of life renews.

From her dwelling, a cosmic mystery unfurls,
An egg, a silent galaxy that swirls.
Silent, yet echoing the creation that hurls,
A testament to life’s infinite pearls.

Her coat, a sonnet in earth’s tones,
A mosaic of colors that the sun hones.
A spectacle of shades, a beauty that dethrones,
Her existence, a symphony of overtones.

Her march, a rhythm, a terrestrial dance,
In her steps, the cosmos’ wide expanse.
A humble promenade, yet filled with trance,
A testament to life’s grand romance.

She graces our tables, our hearths, our feasts,
Her gifts, a communal canvas for our yeast.
From her bounty, the cycle never ceased,
A symbol of life’s unending feast.

Yet, she’s more than sustenance, more than a dish,
In her being, a truth we cherish.
Her existence, a wisdom we relish,
A testament to life’s lavish embellish.

So here, we etch a 400-word verse,
To the chicken, her life, her universe.
In each line, her tale we immerse,
A ballad of life, subtly terse.

With every word, a tribute we etch,
To the chicken, and the truths she fetch.
A testament to life, a spiritual sketch,
A poem of gratitude, a narrative to stretch.

Thus ends our Verses, from the Henhouse,
An homage to the chicken, our humble spouse.
A tribute told in 400 words, a rouse,
An ode to life, a tale to espouse.

 

Leave a Comment