The hunter crouches in his blind
‘Neath camouflage of every kind
And conjures up a quacking noise
To lend allure to his decoys
This grown-up man, with pluck and luck
is hoping to outwit a duck

Analysis, meaning and summary of Ogden Nash's poem The Hunter


  1. hw says:

    That *is* the whole poem!!! He often wrote short funny poems– like ‘the purist’ and ‘the panther’

  2. jerica says:

    i would also like to read the whole poem!

  3. drew says:

    where can i read the whole poem

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