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Short Porpoise Poems

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


THE PORPOISE OF LIFE
The porpoise of life
Fish...

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Categories: porpoise, poetry,
Form: Verse



Porpoise
Spent my life looking for purpose
what if that is what it is...

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Categories: porpoise, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Atlantic Acrobatics
Nomadic circus Atlantic acrobatics porpoise performance
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© Abe Lopez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: porpoise, nature
Form: Haiku
FINDING MY PORPOISE
She’s out there, somewhere
swimming in salty smooth seas,
laughing like Flipper. 
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© Jim Tidd  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: porpoise, humor, humorous,
Form: Haiku
Waves Pounding
porpoise play
salty squirts
waves splashing

waves pounding
floating wood beaten
hurricane
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Categories: porpoise, natural disasters, nature,
Form: Haiku



Porpoise

This little tubby cousin 
Of the dolphins has no beak.

He’s very shy and talks, 
Not with a click, but with a sneezy squeak!



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Categories: porpoise, animals, children, funny, cousin,
Form: Epigram
Poise

                                                           a turquoise tortoise

                                    and a purposive porpoise

                                                            neither loses poise...

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Categories: porpoise, animals, life, nature,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Sad Sea Tale
SAD SEA TALE

There was once an old man of the ocean
For a mermaid he had a devotion
But instead of two pins
She’d a tail and some fins
Which precluded their harmonic motion

But in spite of her disparate corpus
They maintained their romance polymorphous
‘Til a herring one day
Brought a message to say
That she’d gone off to live with a porpoise


[Gift for a lady]...

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Categories: porpoise, lost love, sea,
Form: Limerick
Candice
cold rock, who's gnashing teeth
beget torn lips and tidy legs
loveless creature clothed in rind
future queen would nary pine

fondleproof my guest
gentle curls no effect
your veinous tarmac brings organasms arrest
abandoned crusades confer pontiffregrets


what!  the spectacled porpoise awakens!
the breeze suffocates
the sun withdraws
now must I greet your desire and drain your ample limits
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Categories: porpoise, love,
Form: Rhyme