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Escargot Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
French Fastfood Maurice Rigoler Light Verse Light Verse escargot, humor,
Premium Member Poem the lifestyle of mister rich man Edward Ibeh I do not know? I do not know? escargot, humor, perspective, tribute,
Premium Member Poem I Lived In Appanoose Caren Krutsinger Rhyme Rhyme escargot, 3rd grade, 4th grade,
Premium Member Poem VAN GOGH Line Gauthier Monorhyme Monorhyme escargot, art, celebrity, irony, mental
By a Sellout Freddie Robinson Jr. Free verse Free verse escargot, betrayal, religion, spiritual, truth,
Premium Member Poem Come To My Table Betty Janko Couplet Couplet escargot, food, humorous,
The Mini General Lee and I W. Thomas Markham Free verse Free verse escargot, family, food,
Premium Member Poem My Imaginary Restaurant Sandra Haight Iambic Pentameter Iambic Pentameter escargot, fantasy, food, world,
Hollywood Crash Mike Hauser Free verse Free verse escargot, funny, humor,
Fire and Ice Grill and Pub TAMMY REAMS Verse Verse escargot, celebration, food, imagery, success,
Premium Member Poem The Challenge Of Eating French Onion Soup Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme escargot, food, humorous,
Premium Member Poem Armadilly Billy and the Buzzard Rustlers Carol Eastman Light Verse Light Verse escargot, adventure, fantasy, fun, humor,
Leave a Message After the Beep Just That Archaic Poet Free verse Free verse escargot, absence, dark, death, drink,
Premium Member Poem The Snail Joyce Johnson Rhyme Rhyme escargot, funny,
I should've learned french randy johnson Rhyme Rhyme escargot, food, funny, me,
My Final Meal James Rasmusson Free verse Free verse escargot, funny
TEXAS Sidney Beck Light Verse Light Verse escargot, places
Escargot Robb A. Kopp Senryu Senryu escargot, food
Dirty Betty the horse of cause Sidney Hall Mad Poet Rhyme Rhyme escargot, funnyfather, dad, old, dad,
Premium Member Poem Bratwurst And Beer Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme escargot, foodred,
Evening with the Neighbors Tatyana Carney Free verse Free verse escargot, people, social, house, house,
SLOWPOKE Bob Wombacher Jr. I do not know? I do not know? escargot, animals, funny,

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Escargot Poem Example

Armadilly Billy and the Buzzard Rustlers

Armadilly Billy the Sling Shot Kidster, was the Sheriff of our town.
When mangy rustlers went into action, he was wont to hunt them down.
‘The Buzzard’ and his surly gang of rustlers of epically, bad renown…
Had picked Texas and other states clean, and were on the move, NOW!

A terrible dust storm, dumped them smack dab, into our piece of territory.
The evil buzzard leader sat, now contemplating, upon the hangman’s tree.
His gang was ready to rustle, as he sat scoping out, many a nefarious deed.
Their base camp was an Old Box canyon, not far, and full of tumbleweeds.

Now, snail rustling’s a crime, so word got out, of where they’d be found.
As they’d gleaned, every single snail, grazing in all the creeks, all around.
The outlaws were expecting soon, to get away quite clean, with them all.
But the sheriff of our town, Billy was steamed, and he was standing tall.

Billy went on the move, and he meant business, if you know, what I mean.
Yep! He’s tough! He’s mean! He’s focused! His eyes were hard and lean!
While ‘The Buzzard’s’ head was bald, eyes cruel, his stance was cold as ice.
In the box canyon they’d be snail kabobs, by sundown, if Billy didn’t strike.

The snails were easy to follow, just had to follow their trail of yucky slime.
With Billy’s trusty stead Jalopy, they were at the boxed canyon by noontime.
Now, No One, and I mean NO ONE, steals, while Billy’s Sheriff in any town.
That no good, low down, Buzzard better watch out, for he’d now been found.

When Billy arrived they were loading snails into a boxcar to ship for Escargot.
The French black market in Quebec would offer a price, beyond compare so… 
To bring them buzzards down, Billy’s slingshot clipped each wing and tail.
Without their feathers they couldn’t fly so they couldn’t remotely prevail. 

But not without looking each one in the eye, for he was the good guy, after all.
There was neigh a feather left, as they were buzzard bait, way before nightfall.
But who can tell on a buzzard, for they don’t have much to start with, anyway.
Now they were the one’s loaded on a train set to Yuma, to prison all the way.

The moral to my story is that: Crime never EVER pays. Besides…
Snail rustling is just plain dumb! They’re so slow, that it's a pain!

To the music: The Good The Bad and the Ugly.

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