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Short Red Herring Poems

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


Daffodils In Bloom

Daffodils in bloom
We all did assume
But if they did die
We all know why
The sun is murder
Pushed ever further
By the uncaring
And religion is a red herring
For profit is their king
And his praises they sing
A path to green paved with bones
And a bevy of sins no one could atone
And if we all did die
We all know why
For we all did assume
Daffodils in bloom
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Categories: red herring, earth, how i feel, political,
Form: Free verse



Good riddance Mr Cain
The most prolific animal in our Kingdom is the Red Herring.
You don't need to be a "Sherlock Holmes" to figure that out

A Red Herring is a deliberate attempt to divert attention..................."look over there"

Please help control the Red Herring population today.....You can do your part
by opening up your eyes, and exposing the lies.


"It is error only, and not truth, that shrinks from inquiry." 
[Thomas Paine ]

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Categories: red herring, visionary, red, red,
Form: Free verse
FREDDIE AND FELIX

                                  Freddie a fury to the red herring dish
                                  Felix zeroed in on the waft of the fish
                                       Freddie the dog winked at Felix
                                      The cat's eyes were double helix
                            They toggled a shark at the Barth's Park Office











FREDDIE AND FELIX/Limerick Copyright© Rajat Kanti Chakrabarty 19 November 2014...

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Categories: red herring, cat, dog, fish, fun, nonsense,
Form: Limerick
Reveler
Mischievous thoughts? 
She does not bulge,
Lip marks in red, 
On the white shirt;
Accusations?

True she could be?
A red herring,
Takes me now,
For a wild ride;
Disillusioned?

Naughty betrayal?
Loose collar free,
In  the playful,
Night aroma;
Melodrama?

Indulgent miss?
Slaughters desire,
"Touch me not" streak,
Spells disaster; 
Conspirator?

Pumpkin eater?
"My foot" to boot,
You are the true,
Swindler, cheater;
Malediction?

I enjoy life;
Night reveler?

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© jai Garg  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: red herring, loveme,
Form: Free verse