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Walleye Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
We weave webbed words while welcoming wisdom Edward Schmitz Alliteration Alliteration walleye, word play,
Ode To A Generous Friend Old buck Rhyme Rhyme walleye, appreciation, fish, fishing, friend,
Premium Member Poem fish fry Vee Bdosa Light Verse Light Verse walleye, fishing, kid,
Premium Member Poem Windbound on Wassaksina - expanded D.W. Rodgers Quatrain Quatrain walleye, fish,
Smiling Kingfish James Tate Quatrain Quatrain walleye, fantasy, fish, humor, imagination,
Tisn't Fittin' Joan Donnelly Ellis Lyric Lyric walleye, children, kids, song,
Premium Member Poem A Snowman Knocking On My Window Pane Eve Roper Light Verse Light Verse walleye, fantasy, children,
Premium Member Poem Lake moments D.W. Rodgers Free verse Free verse walleye, nature,

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Walleye Poem Example

A Snowman Knocking On My Window Pane

                         A snowman knocking on my window pane,
                       his breath puffing white in the chilly frigid air.
                   Five feet tall, three large snowballs of different sizes,
             with the biggest at the bottom and the smallest for his head. 
                    A carrot for his nose, coal for his eyes and mouth, 
                          and a corncob pipe with a great big smile.  
                                     Tree branches for his arms 
                   with an old, crooked, large black top hat on his head 
                                   and a red scarf around its neck.

                                                Tap, Tap, Tap,
                                    “Would you come out and play,
                                        its cold and no one’s out. 
                                     Would you come out and play.” 
                 With half frozen tears trickling down his white face, he said. 
               “I can show you a land of enchantment that is amazingly fun. 
                We can go to a frozen lake where we can put on our skates 
             and skate around the frozen ice and Arabesque or do a Twizzle. 
            Or make a hole in the ice and go ice-fishing with a strong branch,
                  string, and safety-pin and catch yellow perch or walleye. 
                                            When we’re all done, 
           we can ride a sled with bells and a team of Santa Clause’s reindeer 
                       fly around the shimmering snow covered rooftops 
             and see what Jack Frost has done to this magical wonderland.”

                                  “Would you come out and play.”


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