Limerick Poems About Perch | Perch Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Joe Inka |
Categories: nature

Plight of the Pickrel

There was a fat pickrel from Perth.
Saddled with little self worth.
He befriended a perch.
Who lived bye a birch.
Then ate him ,increasing his girth.

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Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: bird, humorous,

Musings of a Wise Old Owl

Mused the owl roosting on a pine tree shoot,

   "My colleagues think I'm not very astute,

       But I wisely perch in pines,

          Not on hot transmission lines!

             If they singe their butts I don't give a hoot!"

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

Spirale Did Go Virile

Down Spiral Did Go Virile 

Not only did we see a downward spiral,
Verbally reported that it has gone viral;
Started to search,
For place to perch,
And come up with chances for survival.

Jim Horn