The found poem was made by a paragraph at page four of the short story of “The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant” written by W.D. Wetherell. It is man verses himself conflict in the story narrator, the protagonist choosing Sheila Mant or the biggest bass he got in his life. In rising action, while the narrator was riding a canoe with the girl, he got the biggest bass in his fishing rod but, Sheila Mant thought fishing was stupid. At the climax, narrator was forced to make a decision by choosing Sheila Mant or the bass until the canoe goes to the shore. While thinking about this, the thought of the narrator shows his personality clear by showing choosing Sheila Mant by using a penknife to cut the string to give up the fish. In conclusion, the narrator lost both the girl and the bass and learned that he won’t make the same mistake again and wouldn’t hesitate next time.