My Fish (Lance The Lonely) - Poem by Lance Carthen
They swim around merrily in their tanks throughout the day
In my big tank there is two oscars a pacu and a blue guoarmie on display.
Under the log you will find the chichlid, perhaps the plecostomaus too.
The next tank brings you the Koi's as they root around for food.
One is calico, one is silver, one is yellow.
Their tank mate is a shubumpkin, a laid back fellow.
Over in the loner tank swim the beta and the snail.
The Beta is a beautiufl red, snail never leaves its shell.
Last but not least we come to the angel fish home.
Swimming with 2 orandas,2 tetras and a glass fish.
Lets not forget Jaws, other few plecos and the catfish.
I hope you all enjoy my little fish poem.
If you dont have any fish you should go out and get some.
Unlike dogs and cats they dont bark or make noise.
They just swim around in their tanks. Enjoy.
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