In Canada, the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans has evaluated the risk of Asian carp invading Canadian waters, particularly the Great Lakes, either by introduction from the Mississippi or through the market in live carp. A few bighead carp (the arrogant ones) and grass carp (the hippies one) have been captured in Canada's portions of the Great Lakes, but no Asian carp (other than common carp, an originally eurasian species) is known to be established in Canada at this time. In Mexico, grass (the does it kill their brain one) carp have been established for many years in at least two river systems, where they are considered invasive, but no other Asian carp are known to have been introduced.
Vanity has slipped in and Gold Carp Jack Fruit Mirrors are suspicious of our desire for mastery and mystery, especially in the important sequence of poems that includes A Theory of the Function of the Confusion of Things, A Theory of the Origin of Birth, A Theory of the Choke of Dust, and A Theory of the Shape of Palms. These poems are not idle, navel-gazing excursions as their titles suggest; instead they grow more tactile as the speaker’s pilgrimage continues, reconsidering the abstracted “function of the confusion of things” as, eventually, the embodied experience of “the choke of dust” and “the shape of palms.” A Theory of the Function of the Confusion of Things establishes this tension between abstraction and physicality with the speaker imagining his sudden death and eventual cremation in an Indian charnel ground alsong with the creamation of his Asian Carp.
AND Never let it be said I, Tryagain, would start a sentence with a conjuction or "carp on" about anything...
Infinitive to carp
Third person singular carps
Simple past carped
Past participle carped
Present participle carping
to carp (third-person singular simple present carps, present participle carping, simple past and past participle carped)
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Gone fly fishing