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Poems About: FISHING

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  • 229.
    Death Is A Fisherman

    Death is a fisherman, the world we see
    His fish-pond is, and we the fishes be;
    His net some general sickness; howe'er he read more »

    Benjamin Franklin
  • 230.
    Three Movements

    SHAKESPEAREAN fish swam the sea, far away from land;
    Romantic fish swam in nets coming to the hand;
    What are all those fish that lie gasping on the strand? read more »

    William Butler Yeats
  • 231.
    Fish Crier

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    Carl Sandburg
  • 232.
    If We Could Be Brought

    If we could be brought to the surface
    like a gleaming fish and served for supper,
    if we could eat and swallow our own life
    to make a good meal, if we could go fishing read more »

    David Ignatow
  • 233.
    Fisherman

    Fisherman casts net to catch fish
    All fish within the net trapped
    But the fish under the feet of
    The fisher man is not trapped read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 234.
    Aquatic Life

    Aquatic life is under the sea
    Where you see sharks drinking tea
    Where the happy family of fishes lives happy & gay
    Waiting for the arrival of the day read more »

    Aryaman Ajit Naik
  • 235.
    The Fishing Poem

    Fishing in the moonlight or fishing in the sun;
    Fishing for the big ones is fun, fun, fun.
    Catching the small ones or none at all,
    It’s a great sport to get on the ball. read more »

    william sawyers
  • 236.
    Hilsa fish..... My favorite

    Oh! Hilsa fish
    Oh! Hilsa fish
    I am a Bangladeshi
    My favorite fish is Hilsa read more »

    Z.I. Mahmud
  • 237.
    Aquarium

    Fishes swim merrily in aquarium
    My mind swims with them
    They give me a lot of pleasure
    Each to me a priceless gem. read more »

    Binoy Barman
  • 238.
    Bond

    Bond
    His name is James Bond
    A small golden fish
    Swimming in my pond read more »

    Bob Axell
  • 239.
    A Penguin

    THE Pen-guin sits up-on the shore
    And loves the lit-tle fish to bore;
    He has one en-er-vat-ing joke
    That would a very Saint provoke: read more »

    Oliver Herford
  • 240.
    Gone Fishing

    Gone Fishing

    Daily, I am a
    specially educated teacher read more »

    Cheryl Lynn Moyer Peele
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