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A Very Grand Affair by Andrew McLeod

Our friend, Andrew McLeod sent us his new puffin poem, thanks Andrew! A Very Grand Affair Mr. Puffin’s wedding Was a very grand affair. All his distant cousins From the Hebrides were there. Dressed in silk tuxedos They arrived in single file, Looking rather nervous As they shuffled down the aisle. Soon the bride herself arrived Upon a seashell carriage, Pulled by sixteen walruses Who’d come to see the marriage....

Pondering a Puffin (poem) by Brian A. Hartford

Pondering a Puffin by Brian A. Hartford What a strange product of Nature, the Puffin, is to what I refer. Large orange beaked, attached to a small head. The body isn’t much of which to speak, black plumage, and not much more. What miracle that such a design, will support such a structure. The white breast, orange webbed feet, such a clownish appearance. The eyes highlight the costume, small dots in a white feather...

Puffin (poem) by Suellen Wedmore

Puffin! Underwater, a premier danseur, his turns a blur, his orange feet steer through the orchestra of seaweed and tide, this sea parrot, this clown of the Atlantic, harlequin-billed with jester’s eyes; take one for your own and the dance of life takes a turn. The one I choose, Nureyev, is on his fifth mate, despite the fact that puffins are monogamous: no guilt on Eastern Egg Rock! What’s important is the burrow...

There Once Was A Puffin…

There Once Was a Puffin Oh, there once was a Puffin Just the shape of a muffin, And he lived on an island In the bright blue sea! He ate little fishes, That were most delicious, And he had them for supper And he had them for tea. But this poor little Puffin, He couldn’t play nothin’, For he hadn’t anybody To play with at all. So he sat on his island, And he cried for awhile, and He felt very...

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