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Best Tuna Poems

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

Premium Member Wild Tuna
why is it easier to look at you
through one eye as oppose to two
when we should be totally enamored with the thought
that we have come...

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Categories: tuna, family,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Charlie Tuna

A few big Baracudas one day
had assaulted some fish “schools” at play.
Many fish bravely fought.
The most famous did not.
Charlie Tuna sped quickly away.

Charlie Tuna had...

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Categories: tuna, sea,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Chantale's Birthday Party
Late to the party we arrived at seven
At least we showed up before eleven
Sweet Ginette, joined us both at the door
A bottle in my hand...

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Categories: tuna, birthday, celebration,
Form: Couplet
Mysterious Ways: A True Christmas Story
A true story, based on family oral tradition
from the oldest part of the city of Bern,
capitol of Switzerland, where my mother was
born and raised, in...

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Categories: tuna, devotion, faith, holiday, inspirationalhouse, god, heart,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member We danced in the downpour

We danced in the downpour

The rains falls
not hard, more of a drizzle
this late Winter night
leaning on the light post
across the street,
watching the light in your...

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Categories: tuna, good night,
Form: Epic

She wore pineapple rings for glasses
She wore pineapple rings for glasses
and walked like jelly dances
I didn't rate her chances
She used to wee standing up
she cooked lemon a'la duck
won the lottery,...

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Categories: tuna, fantasy, food, funny, crazy,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member A Tale of Two Kitties
She is a kitty that wanders the street.
The other cat, looking exactly like her,
now happy, has tuna and chicken to eat.
Only one kitty has reason...

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Categories: tuna, cat,
Form: Pantoum
Premium Member A special place

I’m thinking of a place
with monkeys and a sled
A brand new jar of cottage cheese
just resting on the bed
An envelope with butterflies
upon the stamp it...

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Categories: tuna, imagination, love, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
A Little About Me
01. High heels or boots? I guess it depends on how feminine I feel....LOL
02. What time did you get up this morning? 7:15 am ...

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Categories: tuna, funnyfood,
Form: I do not know?
When it comes
I can never write a poem
when I am told to write a poem.
It comes randomly	like
Alley cats in my window whining for tuna
Waves that wash ashore...

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© Pippi B.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tuna, poetry, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Cat A Rat and Paws That Bat
I have a cat that wears no hat;
though her paws do love to bat,
her mice and balls,
all through my hall.

A clever cat,
a feisty cat,
I made...

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Categories: tuna, animal, cat, cute, funny, humorous, imagination,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Laugh Out Louderick
We know that a poem with legs is a Lim(b)erick;
But do you want to Laugh-out-Louderick?

What's a poem about the NCAA Final Four? - An Above-the-Rimerick

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Categories: tuna, nonsense, silly, word play,
Form: Monorhyme
again burgers
clove cinnamon for simon&dunkin tuna for garfunkel.
wobbly looped spindles, hums tunes  "holy mackerel".
silent whispers alluring hoarding ajar.
more candid topics, endorsed by chet choppock.
overtime blenders...

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Categories: tuna, religion,
Form: I do not know?
Writer's Block
Day three untouched,
Tuna sandwich plastered to the plate beside the laptop.
Four nights visitation rights forfeited.
Change of clothing in between?
"I do declare, Stinketh indeed?"
Blaming the fish...

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Categories: tuna, art, forgiveness, imagination, seasons, thank you,
Form: I do not know?

A baby elephant arrived at my door,
I invited her in; having guests I adore.
Clutched in her trunk was a purple petunia,
I stifled a giggle; she...

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Categories: tuna, flower, food, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cooking with Potatoes

So versatile is the potato.
It’s orange; it’s yellow; it’s white; it’s sweet.
It’s baked or boiled; it’s mashed or fried.
It’s served with poultry, with fish or...

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Categories: tuna, food,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Fisherman's Catch And Release
There was once an old man from Altoona

   Who decided to cast for some tuna

      'Twas a mermaid...

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Categories: tuna, fishing, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Lickety Split
Lickety Split

Life is a vessel 
Inside my mind
Creeping along
Elan is over when the sails topple 
The wind ceases
Youth, and lulls old age

Such is the ascent...

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Categories: tuna, allusion, beauty, journey, sea,
Form: Acrostic
The corona virus has crippled the
Economy and the nation
It seems to be on a death trip
Killing everyone it comes
In contact with
With several businesses having to...

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© Daisy Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tuna, conflict, encouraging, feelings, hope, storm, world,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Top 10 things my cat HAS said to me

                   #10...   "The dog did...

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Categories: tuna, cat,
Form: List
su she
her brown skinned
body laying atop a
table top covered
by a white table
cloth but she is

naked yet dressed
as a buffet with 
delights to eat
placed like plates 

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Categories: tuna, muse,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member 10 Things to Eat Instead of Red Meat
Is your go-to lunch roast beef sandwich?
Tomorrow you might want turkey instead
Here is why
In gen. red meat- such as roast beef

Not as healthy as other...

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Categories: tuna, baseball, boyfriend, brother, child, christmas, dad,
Form: List
Premium Member Seashells By The Seashore
A_Abalone by the sea floats to shore then adored
B_Bonnets of the world make my heart unfurl surely not bored

C_Conch alive how their song can jive

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Categories: tuna, education, moon, sea, universe,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Requiem for the Wolf of the North
As the days turned to night we would find ourselves pondering our futures
The sky was red in the west as the sun set upon our...

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Categories: tuna, sea,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member My Thirteen-Toed Lover
When you stuck your paw out from that shelter cage,
Did you have any idea whose sleeve you clawed?
Did you see a heart you needed to...

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Categories: tuna, animals, loveheart, heart, love,
Form: Ottava rima