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Ode to dolphins

A very metaphorical poem in the sense that the settings are abstractly described. It looks at the environmental problems, as well as the beauty, of dolphin lives.

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Ode to dolphins

Beneath azure phosphorescent wrinkles
Gently flounder with a peeking dorsal
Your surfacing hide, O’ how it twinkles
Ricochet mantras, searching for morsels
But grease is deadly even in sprinkles
As are those who feast and are forceful

Breaching bow waves, framing the sleeping sun
Bottles smashing, flowers of glass erupt
  Your beauty and grace knows no border line
Angels of the ocean, unflawed, undone.
Yet charm and porpoise still becomes corrupt.
  And you return to your beds, made of brine.


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