Re: NANFA-L-- Native fish haiku contest

Joshua L. Wiegert (JLW at
Tue, 11 Oct 2005 10:14:50 -0400

As the spring rain falls
Dogue Creek Snakeheads crawl upstream
Caught for a bounty

Slithering Channa
Among the native cyprinids
Devour the Potomac

Big teeth, swims on land
Thousands so near Capital
They are here to stay

But, it is DC
Politicians, Lawyers
One more slimy thing

Joshua L. Wiegert
Native Fish Conservancy Lists Administrator                    JLW at
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