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Poem Details | by john williams |
Categories: children, humorous,

Snail

Each morning without fail,
I see my little,brown-shelled snail,
Plodding along with his home on his back,
Leaving a long, tiny, silver track,
I think he likes blazing a trail.


Poem Details | by Randy Imwalle |
Categories: animal, earth day, funny, word play,

The Humble, Brown Snail

Consider the humble, brown snail
He's only a head and a tail
No fingers or toes
Yet, there it goes!
Just follow its shiny, bright trail.

Poem Details | by Michael Wise |
Categories: funny, humorous, hyperbole,

The Snail

I was clean shaven when I
spotted a snail going by
I watched for a while
as he went half a mile
now my beard's reaching down to my thigh

Poem Details | by Gary Fields |
Categories: funny

When You Were My Snail

I love my snail
From near to far
Sometime's I can see him
Just under the wheel's
Of my car
Though he may sometimes'
Be late,
But it take's so many
To fill a empty plate
I sit by the log
How long must it take
Fore he is fabulous
He taste just like stake
With a little gravy at the side
He is indeed a pleasure
To ever fill my plate
This I just can't hide
Fore-
His promptness just can't
Be denied

P.S.  I AM WAITING FOR YOU BUDDY!

GF


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: body, food, giggle, silly,

Sam Snail

Sam Snail's 
   in jail

He got 
   blackmailed

No chance
   for bail

No phone
   no mail

No greens
   or kale

The bread's
   real stale

He looks 
   quite frail

His face
   all pale
  
His heart
   has failed

Don't cry
   Don't wail

They serve
   him ale


Poem Details | by Maurice Rigoler |
Categories: humor,

Snail Prayer Denied



A snail of humble piety
prayed this request nightly:
O snail Maker, grant me speed;
two legs at most is all I need.
“Impossible,” came the reply
and a defense explaining why:
When your architype I created,
I tired, and, alas, procrastinated.
I meant to give you speed, of course,
but thought it better suited a horse.
And as I am a creator who does
nothing without right and just cause,
in making you slow I did not fail.
Besides, who puts his money on a snail?