Top 100 Poems About: FISH
Top 100 Poems on / about
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1.A Fishy Tale
I saw you twice the other day
Stirring passion anew
It's easy saying just move on
Less easier to do read more »vanessa hughes
Fish oh! fish
swish a miss
wish on hiss
shush to hush read more »Mubeen Sadhika
3.# # A Sudden Turn (with Haiku version - my very first!)
A SUDDEN TURN (original version)
a fish darts forward read more »Sonya Florentino
4.Your Fishing Pole
There is something about you, something in your soul
something that seems to surround your fishing pole…. read more »Kathleen J. Shields
5.Does a Fish go Pee?
Does a fish go pee
when it's swimming in the sea?
Does it ever get the notion
when it's swimming in the ocean? read more »Cathe Ferguson
The great world in animals kingdom
We, all are food for one of others
We, all are feeder for one of others
We, all are killer by one of others read more »Mashiur Rahman
7.Fish of a Different Color
Big fish and small fish
Swimming here in this pond
Fast fish and slow fish
And now one is gone read more »Cory Fox
I have lots of fish.
I want to have more of it.
Thinking of fish.
Makes me to make a wish. read more »Yash Pradhan
9.Fish in the sea
You said to me;
'there are more fish in the sea'.
As if my lungs breath salt water. read more »Erin Daly
10.It's a Fish's Life
Swim fish, swim! swim for your life!
The fisherman's coming you're tea for his wife!
Swim fish, swim! your fastest yet,
You must swim quickly, to avoid his big net! read more »George Howard
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
12.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
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
14.I Am A Fish!
I dream of sea
deep beautiful blue sea
I am a fish, a colorful fish
that's what I wish read more »Arta Krasniqi
15.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
16.True Love Waits
There are many fish in the sea
But there's only one fish for me read more »Jacob Bland
17.Tanks For The Memories
tank you, tank you, tank you
we told the fish, those wonderful fish
those little tropical fish, that could reboot our dreary days
we could imagine their little fish politics and why one was chased read more »Louis Marvin
The golden fish
That some want dish
Is what will spend time to admire
And their admiration begets desire read more »YoungBen Ulebor
19.A Delicious Fish's Wishes
Fish, fish, what do you wish?
To each his own,
BUT read more »Breanna Cazalet
20.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
21.What is Heaven
What will heaven be
For some, I think they see
Warm light, angels, loved ones
How wonderful this would be read more »Robert Keller
In a clear brooklet in happy haste
The impulsive trout dashed past like an arrow.
I stood on the bank and watch in sweet repose read more »Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart
23.Little FishCassie Sweet
Fortune fish from the sea,
Come and bring good luck to me.
I need some luck brought my way,
Swim through the currents to me today. read more »Eileen Hardy
25.I Loved A Man that Loved to Fish
I loved a man that loved to fish.
He’d go down to the waters and cast his rod like a penny for a wish.
What he thought, whatever what- if he played, I’d love to know read more »Bernadette Bridges
26.A Fishing Poem
A Fishing Poem
He was a gentle old man
Who reluctantly spoke read more »Michael Farmer
searching for meaning
is as fruitless as fishing
where there are no fish
the zen in flying kites read more »Hajime Omura
28.The Anglers Song
As inward love breeds outward talk,
The Hound some praise, and some the Hawk;
Some, better pleas'd with private sport, read more »William Basse