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Lobster Poems

Lobster Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of lobster poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for lobster.

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Marsden Hartley
Note: Marsden Hartley was born in Lewiston, Maine, January 4, 1877 and died in Ellsworth September 2, 1943. He is Maine’s first modern painter to achieve international fame. His last paintings of Maine are considered by many as the glory...Read More
Categories: lobster, art,
Form: Blank verse

Reach the pineapple
A rolling stone gathers no moths
Is a lobster a crushed Asian
Are you all just a pigment of my imagination
This will be my last will and tentacle
Reed the words i rite
I am not your escape goat
I don't fell well
do you have...Read More
Categories: lobster, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Why Did You Do That
I have my head in the sand, buried down deep.
Something comes along, and pinches. The creep!
I bring out my face and there is sand in my eyes.
The lobster that pinched me is thrown to the skies.
I wanted to eat that...Read More
Categories: lobster, animal, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Trump the Pump Truck Driver
Trump the Pump Truck Driver
By Franklin Price

Trump is who we see he is, doesn't practice to deceive
Won the plumbing job, three years ago, was elected to receive
All the piled up defecation that was spread throughout the land
He has unclogged the...Read More
Categories: lobster, america, anger, corruption, political,
Form: Couplet
Blood On The Marquee
Blood On The Marquee
Savor host
Savior moist
Search within
thoughts of Rin Tin Tin
shallow peaks that stink
fall away from me
the clearance way from me;
within its love set free
shallow road where Chinese man pee
Blood on the marquee
water within the base of the tree
hoping someday...Read More
Categories: lobster, anxiety, art,
Form: Free verse

Kelso at Anchor

Kelso has a boat
smeared to the gunnels,
with cawk and greasy weeds.

At a prow of dawn
he hauls dripping lobster,
and their pots
up the scummy steps
of the silty stone harbor,
pushing a barrow
into the towns brick narrows.

Kelso barters claws and tails
to barkeeps, crab-mongers, 
to...Read More
Categories: lobster, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member my life ahead
my life ahead
 I enjoy my daily sights and sounds, would not give that up. 
up early and out under the skies to get some adventure
can’t say the amenities are the best but it has a class 2 rating
lots of...Read More
Categories: lobster, funny,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Alice, What's Going On
Alice, did th' afternoon grow long an' dull; 
As your older sister did read an' mull? 
While in your mind, boredom grew- 
That you'd grown restless no one knew! 
That's what came before th' fall- 
An' no one saw ya...Read More
Categories: lobster, adventure, cat, children, fantasy, imagery, imagination, youth,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member 120 Degrees Fahrenheit

Have you wondered why the sun's so far away
Coz any closer, on a Florida beach, you'd use words profane
You'd fry like a lobster
Like a deep red monster
The heat at 120º Fahrenheit gives one inexplicable pain

...Read More
Categories: lobster, beach,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member MISTAKES - Am I A Fake
What to look for?
Where do errors lie?
Are they in the eye of the beholder
or do they lie?

I believe I’m a poet,
a prophet of paraphrase,
a swindler of alliteration,
the rhyme above all reason.

I think I know!
Am I who I think I am?
A...Read More
Categories: lobster, imagery,
Form: Free verse
The Lobster

A lobster on its deathbed:
Soon now I will be dead;
heed now, these words I give
to you on how to live:

Be simple, modest, fair;
avoid anything that smells of air.
Stay clear of tempting bait,
scrutinize first and wait.

Reach out to others,
your sisters and...Read More
Categories: lobster, animal, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Lobster Rain

A good friend died
I don't know who
A eulogy on the car radio said
"He was a good friend to all"

It begins to rain
On the road a raccoon family
Bodies strewn
According to size and age
The stripes remind me
Of holocaust pajamas

A lobster was killed...Read More
Categories: lobster, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
A Girls Night Out
Friday nights
when the boys are away
the girls will come out and play
the perfect time where us girls
get to bond with each other
a time we get to 
share our secrets together
share our feelings together
listen and dance to island music 
until we...Read More
Categories: lobster, friendship, girl, ocean,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Fisherman from Maine
Wayne was avid fisherman from Maine
So proud of his huge lobster catch fame
Too many days spent at sea
Caused his lonely wife to flee
But his lobster business was insane


Contest: State Limerick Contest

Sponsor: Kevin Shaw

(99779 syllable count, checked on More
Categories: lobster, fun, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Hip Trip: A True adventure

It was semi-dark in her
kitchen and late at night,
When Panagiota fell to the 
floor, with both legs in flight.
On her right hip, she landed
so terribly hard!

Alas, getting up, was not to
She crawled like a lobster from 
kitchen to living room.
Far from merrily!

I won't...Read More
Categories: lobster, grandson, health, humorous, pain,
Form: Free verse
Paternal Grandfather Aaron Harris
Paternal Grandfather Aaron Harris...

Lovely bones long since disintegrated
into dustbin of genealogical history,
if still alive would rank as oldest person
clocking another one incremental increase
asper in chronological number
anniversary of his birth occurring within July

year unknown, but within
latter decades nineteenth century
obviously conceived nine...Read More
Categories: lobster, 8th grade, birth, family, grandfather, july, kid,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member THE Q AND A OF LOVE

Bubble gum? Nay, methinks a box of dark chocolates, 'tis best,

A daisy? Nay, methinks a bouquet of velvet red roses, 'tis best,

Pants outfit? Nay, methinks a full-length strapless white silk dress, 'tis best,

Brown coat? Nay, methinks a Chinchilla fur coat,...Read More
Categories: lobster, 11th grade, 12th grade, cute, drink, meaningful,
Form: List
Premium Member True Blue Fisherman He Longed To Be
True Blue Fisherman He Longed To Be

Once a seeking lad of long dreamt desires
true blue fisherman he longed to be
within summer's heat, its burning hot fires
went he through desert to welcoming sea
Only to find that it had no hungry fish...Read More
Categories: lobster, boy, fish, fishing, happiness, heart, meaningful, youth,
Form: Rhyme
East west north or south which way should I go?
East West north or south, I just want to sing and shout
We have just had a nice little shower,
To cool down the boiling temperature, 
but it was not enough to subdued...Read More
Categories: lobster, appreciation, business, fish, food, good friday, ocean,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Let's Go Chow Down
Let's go chow down.
Was he serious?
I could barely walk now.

Then I thought of the buffets.
All nine of them.
And the shrimp.
And the lobster.

I could go in my pajamas if I wanted.
So I rolled myself out of my teeny tiny not-so-great room
And...Read More
Categories: lobster, adventure, travel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member When the Lobster Plays Grand Piano
A lobster playing grand piano
that's all life really is
claws haphazardly crushing ivory
striking beautiful and hideous notes by accident
racing the clanging tide of death
to polish up the melody
waves closing fast around the broken keys 
an empty grand piano bench
lies broken on...Read More
Categories: lobster, life,
Form: Free verse

Golden sand as far as can be seen
Lapped by an ocean, aquamarine
Sun blazing, high, in an azure sky
Another land hermit crab scampers on by
Palms edge the beach gifting welcome respite
from the heat of the day till the cool of the...Read More
Categories: lobster, beach, food, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Why Im in Love With the Moon
I am in love.
I do not “do” love. I feel it. It pulses through me, hard, and blurs my vision. 

It gifts me with the graceless two left feet, and then, 

I find myself staring, and even though I have...Read More
Categories: lobster, 11th grade, adventure, love,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Culinary Sonnet
Figs stuffed with proscuitto and mascarpone cheese,
a plate of bacon wrapped scallops and pineapple.
French onion soup is bound to please
or garlic steamed mussels with which to grapple.
Artichoke hearts smothered in sherried cream;
pears with sugar and cinnamon in butter sauteed;
pork tenderloin...Read More
Categories: lobster, food,
Form: Sonnet
Arm Pit Of Hell
a new days dawn
behold the meeting of the toad,
just leave it, Ken & Barbie drooling down
awake again
lobster bib & a friend
shake through your hair my nearby one

beckon the filter...,
shake, rattle & hum
link to her chain the combersome & well done
a...Read More
Categories: lobster, anxiety, art,
Form: Free verse