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Sardine Poems - Poems about Sardine

Sardine Poems - Examples of all types of poems about sardine to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for sardine.
Premium Member Dot to Dot
...It seems strange now that I did not see as I joined the dots one, two, and three. Even through numbers four, five and six, there was nothing I saw, nada, nix. The pencil in hand soon did combine ......Read More
Categories: sardine, childhood, father son, humorous,
Form: Rhyme

...FLICK PROPHETIC FINGER Knocking hard on a massive ancient gate, Step out of a gaunt, granite building, Leave behind its austere contents, With wood-panelled box-seats, Pinching sardine-tigh......Read More
Categories: sardine, break up, change, flying,
Form: Free verse
... Uncle John is always jolly A fisherman ever friendly Bringing home sea-riches gladly Sharing them with us lovingly. On Monday, he catches great fish Salmon and tuna for tasty dish T......Read More
Categories: sardine, blessing, character, cheer up,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Snuggle Kitty
...New yellow striped tabby was wooed by the crowd. They were mysterious to him, scary and loud. They invited him to come have kibble bites and tea. He asked his mama “Why do they all want me?” Yo......Read More
Categories: sardine, cat,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member CHEF BOURDAIN
... Surf and turf, a sardine in tin will travel Your downward spiral Magnanimity that whetted our appetite ......Read More
Categories: sardine, celebrity, dedication, suicide,
Form: Elegy

Why so
... As young children, we were happy but as adults, most of us not. why so? Cause ideas what's thought as right, differs -none takes gladly. Adult unhappiness derives from rigidity ......Read More
Categories: sardine, stress,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Taste of Halloween
...Drac's the new food taster at Halloween He dare not admit, he wasn't too keen For solid food is not his natural cuisine But Satan chose him instead of Wolverine. First to be tasted was the eyeb......Read More
Categories: sardine, food, halloween,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Fishy Affair
... While in the market place I’ll know from a mile Where the assorted fish is sold, sliced or whole Tuna, sardine or trout, all frozen tucked in ice pile Fish smell drives away the essence from......Read More
Categories: sardine, fish, food, funny,
Form: Rhyme
Frankie's Tea Party Madness
...There's a party going on at the crib of Frankenstein. Chicken necks on the grill, on which they would dine and hot sausages made from the innards of swine. Frankie called it a tea party, but serve......Read More
Categories: sardine, humor,
Form: Rhyme
alexander Graham Bell
...Alexander Graham Bell It was fine, quiet winter´s day I listened to distant noise, dogs bark -you can´t avoid this in the Algarve- smoke from chimneys straight up before disbursing and disappea......Read More
Categories: sardine, car, cat, confidence,
Form: Burlesque
Cat Tracker
...I look across the lounge room floor and silently I brood. Looking back is something smug that’s caused a family feud. It licks its paws; it grins at me, and knows it is protected, and every wish i......Read More
Categories: sardine, humor,
Form: Rhyme
the scientists
...The scientists It is a tranquil winter day. I listen to a distant nose a dog barks, typical in Algarve, smoke from chimneys go straight before disbursing and disappearing. A few clouds drift ab......Read More
Categories: sardine, best friend, blessing,
Form: Blank verse
The Veteran
...I watched him shake although he was fearless watching old war movies falling to sleep on western films in his slumped over recliner I studied him as he opened sardine cans as i......Read More
Categories: sardine, appreciation, war, , western,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Last good days of innocence
... Last good days of innocence He did came with no trace with no chain no fame no frame or mark of true repentance In skeletons of liquid pawns carved in satirical steer Streets bubbling......Read More
Categories: sardine, abuse, africa, evil, fate,
Form: Free verse
Fishers and Men
...We use animals to catch animals like 'fighting crime' in Chicago. Shouldn't this be the point we think about four fingers going in with a crooked thumb, maybe rusting with whitlow, taking hold of......Read More
Categories: sardine, abuse, angst, evil,
Form: Free verse

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