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Poems About: FISH

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  • 349.
    .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
  • 350.
    This is what the fish said

    How long can the hide and seek go on?
    The net is cast everyday and soon
    you will be `it'. read more »

    Prathibha Nandakumar
  • 351.
    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
  • 352.
    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
  • 353.

    I've never once seen them on land though from the shore I see
    Them with folded wings from dizzy heights diving into the sea
    And then they rise out of the waves and upwards again fly
    These hunters of the ocean who stalk their prey from the sky. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 354.
    On Seeing Pelicans At Inverloch

    Three pelicans one might say don't make a flock
    Still the big birds have returned to Inverloch
    They preened by the jetty with people nearby
    And they seemed relaxed and of humans not shy. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 355.
    Poor Fish And Raison Pie

    Poor Fish and raison pie came my way one day.
    Sometimes my poor fish don`t go away
    so quickly as eye try to make them
    slide into my belly to fill my hungry want. read more »

    Charles Hice
  • 356.
    Fish gone

    I am watching the fishie,
    he is watching me.
    Its giant eyes watch in admiration,
    looking almost too big for its fragial fish-self. read more »

    Mia Ocean
  • 357.
    Silent Summer Night

    Moonlight illumination spreads over on sea;
    We hand in hand step across a sandy beach;
    get on to together to a skiff;
    you are sculling when I dig up the oar. read more »

    Albert Wong
  • 358.
    The Fish Pound and Violin

    My grandpa stay in the house
    Near the river
    Where its water flow end in the South Ocean read more »

    Prasetya Utama
  • 359.
    Ketapang Leafs

    Ketapang leafs
    dropp float in the air
    Brought by West Winds
    To pounce on the dying fish read more »

    Prasetya Utama
  • 360.

    Ya know,
    I was just thing a thought,
    it took place a moment ago
    before my eyes grasped their fate read more »

    John W. Hudson III
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