lost love, sea,
by Geoffrey Brewer |
SAD SEA TALE
There was once an old man of the ocean
For a mermaid he had a devotion
But instead of two pins
She’d a tail and some fins
Which precluded their harmonic motion
But in spite of her disparate corpus
They maintained their romance polymorphous
‘Til a herring one day
Brought a message to say
That she’d gone off to live with a porpoise
[Gift for a lady]
by Ralph Mason |
cold rock, who's gnashing teeth
beget torn lips and tidy legs
loveless creature clothed in rind
future queen would nary pine
fondleproof my guest
gentle curls no effect
your veinous tarmac brings organasms arrest
abandoned crusades confer pontiffregrets
what! the spectacled porpoise awakens!
the breeze suffocates
the sun withdraws
now must I greet your desire and drain your ample limits
by Gershon Wolf |
fantasy, fish, food, fun,
My name is Frankie and I am a fish
Who can grant you one, and only one wish
A water-based genie, with a tail that goes swish
Tell me your dreams; I'll serve them up on a dish
Pleasant as a porpoise, peaceful as a dove
I enjoy what I do; my work you will love
When you reach for the moon, I'll give you a star
Dream up an ocean; get a submarine with a bar
Now I'm not a land genie; I won't live forever
So my personal wish before my time's severed
Is to be grilled to perfection when I'm through
And served with a garnish, to delight all of you
by Anisha Dutta |
2nd grade, appreciation,
‘Spiny rodent Porcupine!
Tell me, Are you fine?’
‘Sure. Tough thorny spikes, all are mine.
I can count from one to nine.
I love blue sky and bright sunshine.
With playful Porpoise, I always dine.
I wish to go for cruise in river Rhine
I walk free in the wood of Pine.
I taste grapes from the yard Vine.
Climbers are planted in a line.