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Premium Member The Sage of Glasgow
 ~ I - I Arrive in Glasgow ~

When I arrived in Glasgow town
I knew nary a soul
So tired I's nearly fallin' down
Yet I'd no place to go 

I wandered up Buchanan street 
In hopes...

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Categories: haddock, friendship, travel, wisdom,
Form: Lyric

The Menu that built the Empire
Don’t worry about being thinner
Get yourself off down the pub
Then go home to a good British dinner,
Of British traditional grub

Delicious roast beef of old England
Served up with a thick Yorkshire pud
With roast spuds and cabbage...

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© roy may  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: haddock, foodold, nice, home, home, me, nice, old,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member A Couple Of Nags
A Couple Of Nags

A couple of fellows who weren't very bright
Got terribly drunk in the pub one night
It gave them a bit of a shock of course
When in a drunk bet... They each won a...

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Categories: haddock, animal, funny, horse,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Zoo-nado
[Sometimes when I’m struggling to write
I scrawl gibberish in the hope that inspiration
will lie within. Sometimes, just sometimes…
I like the result. This is one such]

There’s an ostrich in my porridge
There’s a shrew in my canoe

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Categories: haddock, humorous, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
Ass arrangement is an ass assortment
An assortment of assorted asses assessed antelope antics angelically arranged

A vibrant and charming assortment of periwinkles, mints, truffles, sliced peanut cubes, diced baps, and a haddock basted in creamed lard. Now that must surely be...

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Categories: haddock, beach, beautiful,
Form: I do not know?

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 it has great meal appeal!

Said the Eel to the wise...

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Categories: haddock, allusion, fantasy, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Boston
Millions and millions of bricks
Tons and tons of concrete
Lord only knows how many panes of glass
Granite, Marble, and cobblestone too
Build a city strong, steeped in history

The Adams, Otis, Hancock, and Revere
Tea parties, massacres and lanterns...

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Categories: haddock, america, city,
Form: Free verse
Hey there! You've cheated! The fish deck is stacked!
Never trust rabbits with side eye contact
They look at each other and not straight ahead
And deal themselves haddock, straight flush so it's said

I'm floating, I'm flying, I'm...

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Categories: haddock, dream, funny, humor, humorous, sleep,
Form: Quatrain
Food Fun.
Food Fun. 
The Cook she fancied Chef.
She truly loved his meatballs
and as for his spotted dick. Sublime.

Chef he fancied Cook.
He really loved her chicken breasts
and wished one day to cover them
in a thick cream sauce.


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Categories: haddock, food
Form: Rhyme
Wish Rider
A sum of wants and needs

To write a verse or two before I die
To recreate a beauty that I’ve seen
To cause a tear to form within an eye
From seeing a thing that’s gone tho it...

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Categories: haddock, love, song-thank you, life,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Premium Member My Classic Tasty Dish
I have loved this dish all my life
my mum made it so ever new
but always best at chippy shop
wrapped in newspaper after a queue

Always loved splashing my chips
with vinegar, pepper and salt
haddock or cod my...

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Categories: haddock, class, fish, food,
Form: Rhyme
It's all here in our market hall
at the large fishmonger's stall.
World of wet and cold white tile.
Fresh fish display, rank and file.
Scottish salmon, centre place
stretched across a tray of ice 
next to Atlantic haddock
And trawled...

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Categories: haddock, food,
Form: Rhyme
unwanted affection
Unwanted affection 

I’m writing a play about an older man who was helpful
to a woman crying in the street and he thought that
 was the end of the incident.
At night a knock on his door,...

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Categories: haddock, absence, abuse, africa, age, allusion, analogy,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Cape Cod Boy
*Image of Little Boy Fishing by Mutual Art

Cape Cod Boy

A warring feat
expands beneath
petite and huge contends,
a unique line
tugging the brine
taunting as it suspends,
a juvenile
bear naught a smile
a glimpse enigma lends,
too close to shore
new hopes implore

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: haddock, boat, boy, fishing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Harry The Heathen Haddock
[A couple… ONLY TWO?… of you have wondered about my recent absence from Soup. I’m on a personal challenge to write 52 poems for kiddies… maybe, only maybe, to put a booklet together. My mind...

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Categories: haddock, atheist, fish, humorous,
Form: Rhyme

In the afternoon sun
 the asphalt road shines like an ice rink; 
flanked by green trees that
cast black shadows, 
helped by the breeze
they flutter slightly, 
soundless articulation a symphony for the deaf
My memory brings me...

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Categories: haddock, career, cat, change,
Form: Blank verse