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Halibut Poems - Poems about Halibut

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The Midnight Sun Belongs to Alaska
...midnight sun belongs to Alaska where campers sit around their campfires telling tall tales of Bigfoot and about the halibut they caught which almost won the first prize catch in Seward as the embers are dying from neglect. The midn......Read More
Categories: halibut, moon, nature, repetition, sun,
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member Water Skiing, Tribute to Maggie!" My Cousin Maggie, yelling loudly: "Let Go! Let Go!" I must have been in stupefaction! Like a languid teenage halibut, I let go of that rope. But nonetheless,bobbing up and down in great, jubilant summer most memorable, sati......Read More
Categories: halibut, adventure, beach, girl, humorous,
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” and he became despondent somewhat<......Read More
Categories: halibut, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member A Catholic Girl's True Story
...e girl! Who thought she was headed for hell! I thought obeying your parents was more important than eating smelly, halibut from hell. Mom had cooked the meat not me. I was simply following orders! How the Church has changed! Now......Read More
Categories: halibut, 3rd grade, angst, child,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Killifish
...ppy Give a nod to Greenland cod Oo! I'd like a northern pike Barramundi served on Sunday Grouper, alligator gar, Halibut or no cigar. Amberjack atop hardtack Pan-fried kipper for the skipper Mackerel, tasty as hell, Lox and mu......Read More
Categories: halibut, animal, fish, fishing, food,
Form: Rhyme

B times twenty tow equals eleven and a half thousand flying frogs but only in a sale
...ility. But two little rabbits hopping on a farm make milk from eggs but that is a tale reserved. Hopping heaping having halibut hearing horal hoaxes. And a spinning castle on a pinwheel. Z institutionalism Z at twenty diamond studs in lines......Read More
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 in the brush then ther......Read More
Categories: halibut, humor,
Form: Free verse
Could Go
...ts that are inanimate Could go by accident Tragic and just about as bad as it gets Near and far from any waters with halibut Only an earthling Could go by burning With zero chance of returning Might be considered disturbing But th......Read More
Categories: halibut, poetry, rap, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member ALASKA
...Aurora Borealis creates. Daring escapes. Fjords gorgeous! Halibut is jumping. Ketchikan landscape memorable. Natural opulence. ......Read More
Categories: halibut, beautiful, travel,
Form: ABC
... 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 river is all but gone. Dry as a bone. A bona fide state for a river und......Read More
Categories: halibut, allegory, analogy, art, fishing,
Form: Rhyme
A Fishy Tale
...op. All getting away en masse! Next Mackerel, Haddock and Plaice. Not one with a smile on its face. The handsome Halibut too, Was looking glum and blue, Which went as well for the Dace! Now to all fish its crystal clear. Most o......Read More
Categories: halibut, allusion, fantasy, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
...sally spider peering into the mouse house. How terribly unbecoming and unsuitable for holding the silver goblet at the halibut harlequin hall. Field mouse responded. In mind. In thoughts. Looking into the can that had been dropped into his......Read More
Categories: halibut, analogy,
Form: I do not know?
...beet. Many an octopus are said to be humbled by the wandering lettuce but hieroglyphs are but a portal to mushy peas. A halibut always talks very very very slowly. The clock yawns. The bell grins. Please be aware that very playful ants in h......Read More
Categories: halibut, baptism,
Form: I do not know?
...ndreds of years before As Vikings sought their tusks so great. They do not eat Krill as do most whales But dine on Halibut and Cod. Their tastes are truly exotic As they hunt within their pod. They click and clack to each other w......Read More
Categories: halibut, age, dedication, fish, history,
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 knocking so noisy. Are ......Read More
Categories: halibut, abuse, anti bullying, nature,
Form: Didactic

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