Limerick Poems About Dolphin | Dolphin Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Ralph Taylor |
Categories: animals

Enemies At Peace (Worst Poem Ever)

A shark and a dolphin were seen
with a very small space in-between.
They were both in their stride
as they swam side-by-side 
it was a highly unlikely scene!

Enter:  My Worst Poem Ever
          Ralph Taylor

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Poem Details | by Jack Horne |
Categories: fishing,

My Overflowing Bathroom

I fished in the sink for a cod
and landed a whole dolphin pod;
the bath and the loo
were full of them too -
but whales were too much for the rod...

for Constance's Form O 'Overflowing' contest

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Beckon and Dead Reckon

Beckon and Dead Reckon 

I hear quaint calls that do beckon;
Determine direction must dead recon,
To find out angle where coming from;
Catch flounder, dolphin and some drum,
And need right equipment for detecting.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Adeyemi Joshua |
Categories: allegory,

Limerick 2

A bird flew beyond the ridges,
In search of prey beneath the bridges.
'Hello', the dolphin greeted her,
But she ignored cos of her task.
She'd returned now with no riches!