Short Barracuda Poems
Short Barracuda Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Barracuda by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Barracuda by length and keyword.
barracuda, animals, happiness, life,
from my veranda
I see a barracuda
chef at work, goodah!...
DEAD BODY DOWN SPIRIT RISES TO HEAVEN- -
barracuda, allegory, allusion, heartbreak, humanity,
Motet leather surface skin
Covered Barracuda playing a violin
Gorgeous feather floating in the Wind
Phenomenal carcass harvesting
I am loosed as I am constantly persevering
Shedding my physical being floating flying up in my spirit
As my soul Rises to heaven
Written word by James Edward Lee Sr...
I'm feelin' real goodah in my bermuda
munching on crisp, deep-fried barracuda.
It amuses me to think that on my plate
pieces of a ferocious predator wait
to be poked and stabbed by my silvery fork.
It could've been me in the jaws of this dork.
Is this the terrible terror of the sea?
Why, in bite-sizes it indeed is tasty,
dipped in sauce of vengeance, great delicacy!
barracuda, fish, ocean,
There was a man from Bermuda,
Went fishing for Barracuda.
He hooked one one day;
But it got away.
He said, “Damn” and more words ruder
A famous sea diver called Fred,
Met dozens of squid in the Med.
Shook hands with each one,
But when he was done,
His air had run out so he’s dead
5th August, 2019
Sea themed limericks competition
Sponsor - Tania Kitchen
In His Valley The Shadow Of Death
barracuda, baptism, love,
I do not know?
Ten thousand chains their bayonets piercing one's flesh; embedded
Spirit's these devilish hooks bereaved it's mastery ? Gomorrah, enchanted
Of baroque embellished your melodies a millstone, pulling hearts down his barracuda
Come out of Babylon, my child: Goliath, her guilotine and all creation groans their, calvary....
Keen jaeger's armament God'speed extracting thorns entangled time; tis what she's like, entombed....
Captain Black sailed his ship to Bermuda
And vanished one day. Well.. he shoulda'...
Sailed a rectangle
Instead of triangles
Now he's lunch for a starved barracuda!
For Carolyn's "Limerick Sea Tale" contest...