Fly Poem - The fly

by • June 23, 2010 • Children Poems, Insect Poems, Quatrain Poems, Rhyming PoemsComments (32)7260

Fly Poem – The fly

Fly Poem – The fly

Fly Poem – The fly

The fly

Hey you tiny fly
That quickly flies by
Donโ€™t land on my food
It is really rude

Just please fly away
Youโ€™re not welcome to stay
Donโ€™t make me swat you
But I will if I have to

ยฉ 2009 Marinela Reka

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32 Responses to Fly Poem – The fly

  1. Kelvin Kao says:

    That’s got to be the cutest poem ever about potential murder. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Travis says:

    LOL! Over the weekend I had two huge flies in my living room. They drove my cat nuts.

  3. Ramesh Sood says:

    Marinela gave a scare
    How could Fly dare
    So fearing, it just flew
    Out in the blue…

    Wow! Marinela.. writing such creative lines on a Fly.. You are marvelous..

  4. Pietro says:

    A really fine lighthearted poem, Marinela. I enjoy it.
    I notice that in English it’s possible the rhyme between two words written in a different way (food / rude) while in Italian this is not possible.
    Have a very beautiful Thursday ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. william says:

    lol they are everywhere in the heat, when u open the windows be prepared, great poem dear xxx

  6. Petty Witter says:

    A poem to be recited in our household. I hate flies, especially the really noisy ones.

  7. wordwand says:

    a cute funny poem ; well done mari.

  8. LOL haha! nice one! XD

  9. mm says:

    love it! especially the last couplet ๐Ÿ˜‰

  10. Lynn says:

    So cute! I have a big smile on my face. Thank you!

  11. bob says:

    hahaha nice one

  12. So very clever…..thanks for visiting me..I’ll be back often:)

  13. Leslie White says:

    ๐Ÿ™‚ I laughed at this poem. Marinela. I can’t swat a fly. I wait until it has worked itself into a frenzy and calmed down, catch under a cup and slide a piece of notebook paper underneath. I then carry the whole thing, being careful to keep the paper tight across the bottom and set it free outdoors. I do this with spiders, also. I like to thank they thank me as they are released. Our whole family has picked up this habit and we chuckle. I will have to share your fly poem with them!

  14. A very realistic Poem. I love the thought that the fly is given the benefit of the doubt until it perches…I will attempt swatting it as soon as I notice its presence. Well done!

  15. Arti says:

    Hi Marinela,
    your poems are beautiful!
    Loved this one on the fly!!
    Great work.. Keep writing ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. Windowlad says:

    That was a funny post… it’s really suited for children… a masterpiece i must say!!!:) Cheers!!!:D

    Have a blessed weekend!!!:)


  17. Lua says:

    This was such a fun poem- loved it! ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. I too have an ongoing non-love affair with flies.

    Cute poem!


  19. Talon says:

    Marinela, I had one of those rude flies in the living room yesterday. Gave me a merry chase, but I finally got him to accept that he had to leave.

    Fun poem!

  20. Boonsong says:

    Hey, this is cute, and fun too. Everybody can feel this as you did. Well done.

    I plan to write a poem called, “Brain the Blinking Centipede” because I was bitten by one during a power cut yesterday evening – and it still hurts.

    All the best, Boonsong

  21. barbara says:

    M…check out Monday’s Child at

    looking for Children’s writers to participate in a new venture….blessings..bkm

  22. barbara says:

    thank you so much for logging onto my new site….. – please write a piece about the posted picture on your site and link it back. You can read the linked pieces already there. Best to you always..

    Thank you so much for your interest….bkm

  23. tess says:

    You are so wonderful. Have you seen Douglas Florian’s Insectolopedia? Check out his work for children. I think you’ll like what you see. Be well, Marinela. Waiting, anxiously waiting to review your book!

  24. Francine says:


    Thanks for dropping by my blog.

    Love your poetry, The Fly so apt for this time of the year (Summer UK), but I confess I have pet spiders (webs in corners – not houseproud) so flies don’t last too long if trapped inside. ๐Ÿ˜‰


  25. I really enjoy your poetry. Put a big smile on my face. See? ๐Ÿ˜€ Thanks for sharing your creativity and continue always to write no matter how small or large the object, experience or emotion may be.

  26. Marinela says:

    It is lovely to know that all of you like my poetry and i am very thankful for the great comments. It is rather interesting knowing how some of you like and others dislike flies!
    I hope to hear from you again soon,

    Once again thanks,

    Marinela ๐Ÿ™‚ x

  27. keshav says:

    Marinela Reka,

    This is good stuff. Love the fact that your poems are so simple and cute. I checked “About” you and no wonder they are so sweet.

    I was reading stuff from poets from other blogs. But your poems are like a fresh smell earth after a light rainfall.


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  29. edpilolla says:

    what a beautifully playful poem. reminds me of the dali lama once describing how he deals with mosquitoes. the first one, he swats away. the second one, he swats away. the third, well, no promises…

  30. Edmund says:

    Wow, Marinela, I really like your poems. I envy how you are able to write with ease on every subject. I am highly inspired. Thanks very much.

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