Poems About: FISHING
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
I wish to have a wish with you as a fish
fishing you out of the moon
telling you my dreams really soon
eat your flesh with delight read more »Floy Dy (Floyd) Ra (Floydson)
His name is James Bond
A small golden fish
Swimming in my pond read more »Bob Axell
243.Fishing With The Angels
As you lay your head down to rest,
I prey the Angels are doing their best.
I'm sure they will encourage your catch,
But I know they couldnt meet your match. read more »Denise Frain
244.Asking questions (is a good way to see the back of the moon)
...and so she said to the fish,
'HOW DOES THE WATER FEEL FOR FISH? ' read more »peter furlong
245.*** Carp(e) diem
“You're not to go chasing fishes
'til you’ve done those dirty dishes”,
my mama used to say. read more »Sailing to windward
246.Fish Live in the Ocean
Fish live in the ocean.
They do not live on land.
I’m not sure they’d want to,
Even if they can. read more »Walterrean Salley
The nose smells when the odour changes.
The conscience pricks when the wrong enters.
The nose goes silent after the change stays.
The conscience goes dumb after the wrong stays. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
When a man takes his boat
to catch a fish
in the middle of a night
with the burden of a smiling wife read more »chelliah pandian
Daily, I am a
specially educated teacher read more »Cheryl Lynn Moyer Peele
250.Honey, I Took The Fishing Boat
I took the boat out fishing,
and didn’t tell you that I went
Then before I knew it
all my fishing time was spent read more »Rosie McFadden
The fishes of the river collide with water
Of every sort, of all the years, of each sport.
Ask them how they search for more life,
Loading the energy, keeping alive. read more »Naveed Akram
252.Fish That Swim
How do they grow when old and young?
No one must know the trust.
How could we best describe the tongue
When causes brightly must? read more »Naveed Akram