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Best Halibut Poems

Below are the all-time best Halibut poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of halibut poems written by PoetrySoup members

Premium Member Water Skiing, Tribute to Maggie
~Water Skiing,Tribute to Maggie~

Ah, indeed a summer teenage delight!
My Cousin Maggie assured me, would 
make a water skier of me.
Ah, my young heart lost all...

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Categories: halibut, adventure, beach, girl, humorous, summer,
Form: Free verse


An  alabaster jar

Amongst the discard

Embedded in the mud.

The fisherman

Well trained in the ancient art of picary

Catches a halibut

In the morn

It is the noon. The...

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Categories: halibut, allegory, analogy, art, fishing, love, river,
Form: Rhyme
A Fishy Tale
Said a Cod to a wise old Eel,
I would like to know how you feel?
Though people snack on dips,
Lots more eat fish and chips.
They say...

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Categories: halibut, allusion, fantasy, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
Are You a Narwhal
Are You a Narwhal?

That large whale with a unicorn-like tusk,
Eating cod or halibut whenever it must,
Swimming around in small groups so cosy, 
Clicking, whistling or...

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Categories: halibut, abuse, anti bullying, nature, ocean, self,
Form: Didactic
The ambiguous red herring
Fished all day not a red herring on the line               ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: halibut, fish, fishing, funny, irony, metaphor, words,
Form: Grook

ABC Animal Twist
ABC Animal Twist

Adored and diverse, life thrives on earth; each day nature sees new births.
Big and small, abundantly in seas and trees; great beauty breathes.

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Categories: halibut, animals, naturegod, nature, animal, animal, earth,
Form: ABC
I've got a dish of killifish
I wish to eat that silly fish
Baked, or fried in peanut oil
Roasted, dried, or let to boil.

Make me a star-gazy...

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Categories: halibut, animal, fish, fishing, food, funny, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Have you ever been to the Arctic
and heard the "Tickling of the Ivories"?
That is the time when the Monodons
joust each other with their singular parries.


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© Dan Cwiak  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: halibut, age, dedication, fish, history, nature, science,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Seafood Chowder

A bowl of seafood chowder,
hot butter afloat
with fresh halibut, crab meat
salty clams and prawns
a deep sea delight
bliss!    ...

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Categories: halibut, food, love
Form: Epulaeryu
Premium Member Country Fare
I've traveled from the farm in Indiana, the place of my humble birth,
To places I never dreamed of seeing all around this earth!
On ships, trains...

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Categories: halibut, food, funnyold, garden, old,
Form: Rhyme
Could Go

No intentions of being misleading
Could go by bleeding
Is one way of leaving
As the heart stops beating
And the lungs stop breathing

Also could be caused from exsanguination


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Categories: halibut, poetry, rap, word play, words, work,
Form: Rhyme
Field mouse woke up. Asleep for many years. It had grown a moustache and side burns. Oh how dreadful cried sally spider peering into the...

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Categories: halibut, analogy,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member ALASKA


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Categories: halibut, beautiful, travel,
Form: ABC
Kenetic examples of wildlife are enjoyed after sipping green teas. But antelope sway at dusk. So be wary of teapots in tree houses. Gooseberries are...

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Categories: halibut, baptism,
Form: I do not know?
B times twenty tow equals eleven and a half thousand flying frogs but only in a sale
The B.1 @ 32 _ and a ?

A cosmetic cosmopolitan army can jump over the gates at an amazing speed and cause a song to...

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Categories: halibut, animal,
Form: I do not know?
Old and Bold
Old and Bold

Did you think you ordered Halibut but
     were served a Hamburger,
because you can’t see the menu?

Is there more hair...

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Categories: halibut, humor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Catholic Girl's True Story

A Catholic Girl's True Story

I was only nine, when I was
denied absolution!
I had eaten meat on on a 
Friday,  tsk,tsk.
To burn in hell 'twas the
Priest's resolution?


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Categories: halibut, 3rd grade, angst, child, daughter, father,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fishy

Returing home from “The Fish And Chips Hut”
Hubby asks wife for sex just for the “halibut”
“No, not tonight sweetie,
Got a “haddock” and I'm sleepy”
Sounded “fishy”...

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Categories: halibut, humorous,
Form: Limerick