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Short Haddock Poems

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

Eating from the Sea
trout haddock catfish
clam chowder and lobster tail
seafood is a feast...

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Categories: haddock, food, sea,
Form: Senryu

Dreams of Spring
frost covered shamrock
belly full of steamed haddock...
slow swinging hammock


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Categories: haddock, seasons
Form: Haiku
Premium Member BIG CHEESE
A walnut pate encoute
Haddock with rarebit
Cheddar & onion tart
Cream cheese fresh baked scones
A lemon cheesecake
Dairy cream
Please !...

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Categories: haddock, food
Form: Epulaeryu
pancakes barbara with cream
a buckwheat galette
haddock,prawn savoury wraps
brandy crepe suzettes
dribbled with treacle
Flip,flip Hoo

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Categories: haddock, food
Form: Epulaeryu
Sweet corn & haddock chowder
Onion millefeuille
Pheasant breast in mushroom sauce
Poppy seed bread roll
with fennel butter
Plat au jour

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Categories: haddock, food
Form: Epulaeryu

Haddock to Hake
I ponder on this till I ache:
a haddock who says he's a hake -
I guess it's his right
to think that despite
so many believe he's a fake...

Written 25th April for Constance's ache contest...

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Categories: haddock, conflict, confusion,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Fishy

Returing home from “The Fish And Chips Hut” Hubby asks wife for sex just for the “halibut” “No, not tonight sweetie, Got a “haddock” and I'm sleepy” Sounded “fishy” and he became despondent somewhat

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Categories: haddock, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member IN THE CARVERY
I sauce a capon
but chine a salmon
I spoil the hen
but truss the chicken
I lift the swan
but disember the heron
I side a haddock
yet disfigure a peacock
A mallard I unbrace
but a coney I unlace
Olde English terms
Now lost without trace...

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Categories: haddock, food
Form: List
A Fishy Tale
One night an octopus said,
Those whelks should be in bed.
Said the herring to the plaice,
Would you please say grace.
"I say" said a passing whale,
"Is that kipper for sale."
There is somethingvery odd,
Repied a bewildered cod.
"Excuse me" asked the shark,
"Did you hear that dogfish bark".
The haddock with a smile serene,
Said the mermaid is our queen.
May I join you said the seal,
To the mackerel with some appeal.
Of course the snapper replied,
Yes,yes the mullet cried.

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Categories: haddock, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme