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Poems About: FISH

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  • 337.
    yawn then drill


    Birds read more »

    orangecat bluebandanna
  • 338.

    Unfortunately, the menhaden
    will soon be more extinct that Latin,
    since they are fast-depleting assets
    which, overfished for fatty acids read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 339.
    A Nonsense Poem - a Villanelle

    A little mouse sings in a bowl
    A little fish runs on a wheel
    A little worm hops in a hole read more »

    Alison Cassidy
  • 340.

    I envied my wife her nightly visions.
    She'd lay each one proudly on the bed

    like a plump, iridescent fish, read more »

    Moniza Alvi
  • 341.
    If We All Were Like Children

    Once there came a child approaching a gentle brook,
    Dipping his hands into the water, a small fish he took.
    It wiggled, and squirmed, freedom it did seek,
    It made the child laugh, and squeak. read more »

    Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
  • 342.
    Two Fishes (Alternate rhyme)

    On the path of a village

    A fish was crying loudly; read more »

    Jyoti Sunit Chaudhary
  • 343.

    He opens his tackle box and takes a look.
    Carefully, he selects a bait with a treble hook.
    A hook of three is not always better than one.
    The odds of getting snagged increase my son. read more »

    Manager Poet
  • 344.
    Joy of Fishing

    Oh how I enjoyed so very much
    Fishing off a bridge
    Or perhaps ‘long side the road
    Or from up on a slight ridge read more »

    Marilyn Lott
  • 345.
    .910. The Fish Bar

    When I walked into a fish bar
    I fancied fish and fries
    But when I got inside the bar
    I couldn’t believe my eyes read more »

    David Threadgold
  • 346.
    Duck! Don't Stick Your Neck Out

    How many quacks does a quack quack quack
    before he ducks for fish?
    How many ducks does a quack quack duck
    before his fish is fished? read more »

    David Taylor
  • 347.
    Broken: Blue

    ... silvered-fish thoughts, blue-shimmered, lithe,
    too mercurial to voice, this grief, nimble
    blue- shimmer; the sky can take your breath read more »

    Melissa Morphew
  • 348.
    Fishing In The River At Autumn Night

    The moon shines on the river while autumn wind is blowing.
    At night, I invite my friends to go fishing and boating.

    Rowing our oars, we seek a shoal of fish gladly. read more »

    Charles WOO
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