Limerick Poems About Lobster | Lobster Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Sue Mason |
Categories: sea

Lobster Tales

There once was a crab in the sea
who always wanted to be
a lobster you know
so he had to grow
a tail almost as long as he.


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Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: sunshine,

A Heatwave Doth Cometh



A heatwave doth cometh, SPF 30 is needed But there's nothing absolute, caution should be heeded Cover up, take breaks now and then A sensible approach pays off in the end You won't resemble a lobster waiting to be eaten


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: beach,

120 Degrees Fahrenheit



Have you wondered why the sun's so far away Coz any closer, on a Florida beach, you'd use words profane You'd fry like a lobster Like a deep red monster The heat at 120º Fahrenheit gives one inexplicable pain