Eugene Levich


Something's Fishy Here - Poem by Eugene Levich

I cast my fly to a saucy Irish Bass
Of green hair and red eye
The wind caught the fly
And flipped it in reverse
Hooking me square in the face
The ER doc speaking jocularly:
"You caught a big one I see."

At the racetrack I asked a trout
For a tip on Race No. Six
The nag came in last
I lost two bucks
Never ask for help from a trout.

I went to see an orthopaedic sturgeon
About intermittent claudication
He said your flipper's in poor repair
You need a flipping operation

Topic(s) of this poem: fishing, humor


Comments about Something's Fishy Here by Eugene Levich

  • Bri Edwards (12/8/2016 2:13:00 PM)


    hmmm?

    clau·di·ca·tion
    ˌklôdəˈkāSH(ə) n/
    nounMedicine
    noun: claudication

    limping.
    a condition in which cramping pain in the leg is induced by exercise, typically caused by obstruction of the arteries.
    noun: intermittent claudication; plural noun: intermittent claudications

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    so, i learned? a new-to-me word, maybe.

    ALWAYS ask the mackerel at the race track. NEVER ask the 'suckers'.

    bri :)
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 10, 2015

Poem Edited: Sunday, January 31, 2016


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