Top 100 Poems About: SWIMMING
Top 100 Poems on / about
- carpe diem
1.How Did You Meet Your Wife?
Swimming the English Channel,
struggling to make it to Calais,
I swam into Laura halfway across.
My body oiled for warmth, read more »Richard Jones
Swimming is fun
you can swim in the sun
Yes swimming is fun. read more »Casey Noe
In my head I hear a humming,
Summer, summer summer's coming,
Soon we're going on vacation,
But there is a complication, read more »Sophie Shaw
4.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
Swimming, attacking, winning
Death in the sea by his horn read more »Bob Ubetcha
it goes read more »AwesumPoetPlox Yesiiz
7.Will there ever be?
Will there ever be trees that talk,
Will there aver be stools that walk.
Will there ever be toilets clean and stark,
Will there ever be a boy, who swims faster than a shark? read more »Douglas Ackerman
8.Seven Oceans Of Pain! ! !
Swimming across the first ocean, i met my friend-tears,
he has been living there all alone for now many years,
he keeps count of all the little tears that i have shed,
on every tear, her name is tagged and my future is read. read more »Kumar Kumar
9.Narissa part 1
Drag, drown read more »Casey Lou
Swimming, playing, reading
Studying for summer school class read more »stephanie tea
11.Such Boredom (A Haiku)Saut Situmorang
12.Haiku2: Springs on a RiverRozelle Monroe
So let us be off to the depths of the sea
to hurry through saltworks
fetch shells and make love
backs to dunes read more »Luiza De Mesquita
I want to fly
Fly away from this pain that haunts me
I want to swim
Swim from the faces that stare read more »Turuz Hautapu
15.When I Ruled
Decades before your birth
I flooded the city with men
Turning about on rotten sticks
I did it for me read more »Ajibola Tolase
16.Lost In The RIvers Of Love
Unexpectedly, I fell into a river
In it I saw something worth more than treasure
Honestly my deepest fear was to drown
So to free myself I swam read more »Jasmine Fafanyo Awagah
The sight yesterday of classmate Allan
Being taken swimming by his old man
Had me behind the classroom weeping,
As I saw myself and my old man read more »Ssemutooke Joseph
My, sweet, let me tell you about the shark.
Though his eyes are bright, his thought is dark.
He's quiet - that speaks well him.
So does the fact that he can swim. read more »Jennifer Huynh
Glub, glub, swimming in the seas
Glomp, schlomp, doing as we please
Blub went the cod as he swam along read more »Patrick Old
20.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