Pixar Poems

Without words they talk
Without hearts or blood they love
They can’t be kept apart

–@Jabbernator

Every pursuit is
important. Even the—SQUIRREL!—
small and simple ones.

–@MeaganJohanson

Keep friends close to you
Like under your hat, because
Anyone can cook

–@ArielGoldenthal

lingering remains:
daughter has forgotten me
but aches for my song

–@ladyheinous

They head for the fire,
At the last moment saved,
The claw!

–@tummidge

You should always have
A greasy friend
To keep you going

–@obeid_ro

Oh yes it’s witchcraft –
my hair is damned glorious,
each strand animated.

–@KrisHiles

Our memories shift
As our emotions evolve.
Sadness isn’t bad.

–@ThatColette

Supers hidden then,
Now, a hero’s family
Rises to the task

–@theforgeeic


bao, blood and paper magic: hallucinations. / my japanese mother fences with chop sticks; / stitching lessons, loved with fullness.

–@CalicheFields

Earnestly seeking
connections under the sea;
found friendship… dentists.

–@lindzmcleod

Life in a snow globe
Isn’t all it’s cracked up to
be–paradise waits

–@ElizabethKBates

Ode to Helen Parr

Pixar moms got it
going on; to be super,
that glorious ass

–@annaepress

Roving rodents, well beyond cheese
Remy is a top chef “extraordinaire”
From the top of his hat to his talented little paws

–@MEProctor3

We were insep’rable.
You held my hands and I flew.
My forever, gone.

–@MAHenry20

Small lamp wants to play
There is no I in Pixar
Just a lamp with friends

–@MAHenry20

In a world filled with magic
Nothing can strengthen a brothers’ bond like love.

–@brainytrixx

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