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Short Crayfish Poems

Short Crayfish Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Crayfish by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Crayfish by length and keyword.


New Orleans Visit
In New Orleans, we 
Make crabs, crayfish, gumbo, then
We'll all come bayou!...

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© Judy Konos  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: crayfish, funny
Form: Haiku



Premium Member Softshell Turtles Lunches
Crayfish, insects, fish, aquatic plants too
Soft shell turtles in my day
Enjoy these things for lunch


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Categories: crayfish, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th
Form: Kimo
Premium Member JAMABALAYA
Ham,prawns,oyster,well seasoned
MIssisippi style
Crayfish,smoked sausage with rice
Soulful creole sauce
Louisiana
Simmering,
Hot!...

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Categories: crayfish, food, places,
Form: Epulaeryu
Premium Member INVITING
a lamb and rosemary pie
buttered broccoli
broad beans,lettuce & mint soup
signal crayfish paste
with champagne high tes
come,taste and
See!...

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Categories: crayfish, food
Form: Epulaeryu
Premium Member Flirt
Flirt

Colin the Crayfish has been dishing up the dirt, 
Saying, Little Polly Pike is an outrageous flirt. 
Tim Trout’s going to be her new finned friend,
She hooked him by a rock pool, on the river bend. 
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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: crayfish, fish, funny, humorous, silly, true love,
Form: Rhyme



Passing Time
There's a river winding gently through the pastures on the flats,
collecting tributaries of little creeks that the lower ground attracts.
'Tis the river that the angler seeks - the stream where pools run deep and slow.
I net the crayfish just for fun and there I let them go....

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Categories: crayfish, fishing, nature,
Form: Verse
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homeless with guns at my side and on my back
armed for the attack of police and high society
woodsmen tired of the built in deceit of a concrete world
eats flesh burnt on a fire I built

wild onions, strawberries, and crayfish

don’t care if the world burns
it isn’t mine to begin
people are cruel, cruel
logs for fuel

fire away fire sticks

a cave woman would be welcome
I have a Bible belt...

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© Gun Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: crayfish, america,
Form: Free verse