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Short Fishing poem by Michael Newman| Details | |

line

be patient

little angler ~

overcast

Short Fishing poem by Adam Hapworth| Details | |

Fishing Trip

Calm black lake water
Hidden world lurking below
Children stare at poles

Short Fishing poem by Sharon Gulley| Details | |

The River

Rapid moving water streams
forest song sung melody 
peacefulness within me.

Short Fishing poem by Diane Munsinger| Details | |

Grandpa



As he cast his line
through brown pipe smoke and fog,
Again, he sits and waits.

Short Fishing poem by Smail Poems| Details | |

Princesses

Pretty princesses
Dancing all around
Frolicking through fields
Very beautiful
Just like you!

Short Fishing poem by Earl Schumacker| Details | |

Sky Down

     Sky Down

Hawk and fish on high

drop, dive, soar ends, ground rises

Emerge, struggle, stop

Short Fishing poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

WAKE UP

or you sleep
or you just weak
get off this beat
get out the dust
shake off the rusf
get you back you must
WAKE UP

Short Fishing poem by James Loggins| Details | |

Going Fishing

I need to unwind
I need some sun on my skin
And some peace of mind
I got a cooler,
A fishing pole and a boat
I’m going fishing

Short Fishing poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

COOKE OUT

its that time
to go and unwine
stump and bump
to music make you jump
see the smoke
tell some jokes
as the it air flow
no doudt 
time for
COOKE OUT

Short Fishing poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

Strange Uncle

If I could have but one wish
I would want back my pet fish.
For my uncle came to town
And in mother's dressing gown,
Served him on her favorite dish.

Short Fishing poem by John lawless| Details | |

River Wok

River Wok

whiskered water cats
caught and cleaned in fresh fillet
sizzling river wok


John G. Lawless
8/27/2014
For PD’s River Walk(?) contest

Short Fishing poem by Jack Ellison| Details | |

Worms



Dedicated to David Meade The Haiku Master Worms have real bad luck Always getting hooked on things Sounds fishy to me © Jack Ellison 2014

Short Fishing poem by Samuel Durant| Details | |

Fanatics

Why am I here? 
Why are  
the things I do 
so dear 
to me, 
and me alone? 
It's almost 
as if 
I'm not 
the only 
human being 
on this planet. 
  
A shocking revelation, indeed.

Short Fishing poem by Shadow Hamilton| Details | |

Dank Pants

A fisherman sat with line all lank
perched on crooked stool that soon sank
backside now all mud covered
his face an embarrassed red
off home he went with his pants all dank.

11/13/2014

contest: limericks clean and clever

Short Fishing poem by simon cooper| Details | |

Alone

ALONE


Deserted with his humour failing, 
Walks alone, emotions trailing,
Ripped and broken on the floor, 
A lover with a love no more.
Torn from it's cage and left in the dirt, 
His incompetent heart, 
Haemorrhages, 
Hurts.

Short Fishing poem by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders| Details | |

Fishing Hole

water flows near surface bubbles -- old fishing hole *Picture of "The Old Fishing Hole" by Thomas Kincade

Short Fishing poem by mark junor| Details | |

better butterfly's

she builds better butterfly's from the dust on rusting pipes
they fly in the starry sky while i cry
in a panic she paints them into a panoramic
but butterfly's recognize their own limited size
so they build their own chicken coop in my soup

Short Fishing poem by Teddy Kimathi| Details | |

Fishing Briefs

A clown caught
a tuna in the middle
of a pond in a park!

He says that the black
tuna was a very rare
species in the water world

With evidence collected
it is purported 
that the tuna was colorless!

It is I Teddy,
reporting in Sun City.

Short Fishing poem by Douglas Dicketts| Details | |

My Father's Boat

A seagull’s cry
Twilight fog deepening
A distant bell gong
The quiet rattle of chord against mast

A partial conversation soon lost
The skiff fading into shadow
A hot mug of chocolate
My fishing line over the side to pass the time

With comfy sweatshirt and watch cap
I remember
My Father’s boat


Short Fishing poem by Michael Byte| Details | |

sitting on shore

Nice warm day
sitting on shore
with a line 
in the deep blue.
Sitting and seeing 
birds soar 
above the shore.
My heart is glad
as I enjoy
time with my lord
all alone .
I start to dream
of soaring so high above
with no care.
My line gets tight
as I engage
something from below the blue .

Short Fishing poem by Brenda Meier-Hans| Details | |

Be Careful what you Hook

  I once heard of a fisher Luciano,
  who sang bass as he played on his piano.
  Once he fished and cast his line
  by mistake hooked his behind
  since that day, when he plays he sings soprano.

  How many syllables.com
  11, 11, 7, 7, 11
  
  11.11.2014
  Sponsor Roy Jerden
  Limericks Clean and Clever 


Short Fishing poem by Peter Duggan| Details | |

My trip

Our trip

W e went up to Exmouth, it took us five days
I  nto hot furnace winds, the days were ablaze
N o relief was in sight for north we were bound
T here it is so rare that cool weather be found
E veryone goes there,  cause fish can be caught
R eports of good fishing make these places sought.

26 August 2013 @ 1203hrs.

Short Fishing poem by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen| Details | |

One-Hour Fishing Awe

One-Hour Fishing Awe 

She was only twelve.
She believed in elves.
And fishing genies,
Which wore bikinis.
Some drank martinis.

Early one fall,
She got a call.
Luck did befall.
Wonder enthralled.

Her granddad
That wore plaid.
Made her glad.

At sea…
Fifty-three

Caught.


© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
January 24, 2010

Short Fishing poem by karen croft| Details | |

changing sky

As I wake in the still of the morning
The sky greets me with her crimson kiss
With breakfast eaten
I board the boat 
Left tied to the dock
The previous night
And set out navigating
Across calm cool waters
As hours pass the sky awakes in a
Lucious ball of yellow
And by nightfall as I row in
Her  dark beauty  is breath-taking
As the moon moves in to swoon her

Short Fishing poem by Christopher Waters| Details | |

Fishing

My parents always told me "Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach him to fish and he will eat forever" It always annoyed me. Have you ever tried fishing before? It's hard to catch a fish I have gone fishing for days at a time and never caught anything. So just give me a fish I'm hungry now and could starve to death trying to catch one.

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