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HALIEUTICA [HALIEUTICKS]: LOBSTERS, by OPPIAN OF CILICIA    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In shelly armour wrapt, the lobsters seek
Last Line: Still restless must the killing grief renew, %despis'd by all, or pity'd but by few
Alternate Author Name(s): Oppian
Subject(s): Lobsters

INCIDENT, by EAMON GRENNAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Mid-october, massachusetts. We drive
Subject(s): Lobsters; Death; Food & Eating; Dead, The

LOBSTER, by J. D. SMITH    Poem Source                
First Line: In its last days its significance
Last Line: Before changing, from green to red, life a leaf
Subject(s): Lobsters

LOBSTER: START TO FINISH, by BOB MCKENTY    Poem Source                
First Line: From ocean floor
Last Line: To thermidor
Subject(s): Lobsters

LOBSTERS, by HOWARD NEMEROV    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Here at the super duper, in a glass tank
Last Line: The flame beneath the pot that boils the water
Subject(s): Lobsters

LOBSTERS IN THE WINDOW, by WILLIAM DEWITT SNODGRASS    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: First, you think they are dead
Last Line: Hear what the newsboys shout, %or see the raincoats pass
Alternate Author Name(s): Gardons, S. S.; Mcconnell, Will; Snodgrass, W. D.
Subject(s): Lobsters

ON THE HIGH PRICE OF FISH, by WILLIAM COWPER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Cocoa-nut naught
Last Line: And as oft as you please.
Subject(s): Lobsters

ON THE SAND, by RUTH CLAY PRICE    Poem Text                
First Line: Do ghost lobsters mock this scrap
Last Line: Knowing lobsters, traps, and me.
Subject(s): Hunting; Irony; Lobsters; Seashore; Hunters; Beach; Coast; Shore

SECRETS OF THE DEEP, by KURT BROWN    Poem Source                
First Line: Slick, flaccid, glistening in jackets of fat
Last Line: Mere sea-wrack scraped hollow, the only good %they'll ever know
Subject(s): Lobsters; Sea; Secrets

THE LOBSTER, by CARL RAKOSI    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Eastern sea, 100 fathoms,
Alternate Author Name(s): Rawley, Callmann
Subject(s): Fish & Fishing; Lobsters; Anglers

THE OLD LOBSTERMAN, by JOHN TOWNSEND TROWBRIDGE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Just back from a beach of sand and shells
Last Line: As the ocean, unrolled in the morning light.
Subject(s): Cape Arundel, Maine; Lobsters

THE SONG OF THE MISCHIEVOUS DOG, by DYLAN THOMAS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: There are many who say that a dog has his day
Last Line: And that bees never work in their hives
Subject(s): Animals; Dogs; Cats; Lobsters; Bees