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Poems About: FISHING

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  • 205.
    A Whale Of A Poem

    As stories go,
    A tale was told,
    About an old man, read more »

    Nadalia Bagratuni
  • 206.
    Fishing in the sky

    Fishing in the sky

    The sun came down to say goodbye read more »

    Sara Tehrani
  • 207.

    Noman can tame a tiger into a kitten by stroking it;
    Show a child how to fish than how to eat fish; read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 208.
    The Fisherman

    Fisherman Fisherman, goes by past our fence
    With peeping toes the children looks
    The bucket vibrating with the fishes dance
    Fresh - just taken out from the brooks read more »

    Sas Debray
  • 209.
    Fishing at Hartebeespoort dam

    It was at Hartebeespoort dam,
    that I was fishing for Carp,
    with maize bombs,
    some dips and floaters read more »

    Gert Strydom
  • 210.
    Go Fishing

    There is no peace to equal that, of fishing by a Lake,
    Or a stream, or river broad, or pond within a wood,
    If worries you would cast away, take a fishing break,
    Nature, is the balm that Soothes, the restless soul for good. read more »

    Damian Cranney
  • 211.
    The Old Man

    Lovely old man he is;
    Age no bar for his dream plan
    Faced all weathers
    And in them seen read more »

  • 212.

    Each bird of prey sat lonely on a seat close to the wall,
    Deducing and watching each fish with cup of beers in their hands.
    Cunningly they caress the lips with their thumb
    Fingers, read more »

    pedro moshood
  • 213.
    BRIANS'S Fish Stories..... [a new generation of fishermen; big catches; family fun]

    Over fifty years ago a boy named Brian.... lived in mid-New York.
    One day he took a pole to a pond and caught a fish, not pork.
    After hooking it, Brian thought.....that playing the fish could be a chore,
    so Brian yanked HARD on the pole. The fish flew through the air, landing on the shore. read more »

    Bri Edwards
  • 214.
    Our Future Leader

    Can you imagine?
    What kind of person will become a leader
    on two years from now?
    Is that should be a professor? read more »

    new heart
  • 215.

    I do not really know
    If the little fish are hungry
    Even for goldfish, they are inarticulate
    And their silence so disturbs me read more »

    Frank Bana
  • 216.
    Mr. Fish

    One day mr. Fish,
    was making a pasta dish,
    then suddenly he thought,
    about what he was taught, read more »

    Svenili Hughes
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