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A Whales Tail

Poetry By: Tango
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This actualy happened off the coast of the south island New Zealand, at a place called Kaikoura.
Unfortunately, nine months later, Tom Smith tried to do the same thing again. But the whale struck him with its tail,and he was killed.


Submitted:Nov 2, 2006    Reads: 115    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


A Whales Tail

Believe it or not this story is true, it occured on 11/6/01

At a place called Kiakoura, the other day,
there was a thirty foot whale, in distress in the bay.
A crayfish pot, and rope, around the whales body was wrapped,
it struggled, and struggled, slowly its strength was being sapped.
So a group of men, out in a fishing boat went,
to see if they could help, before the whale was entirely spent.
Scuba gear on, into the water went Tom,
around to the whales head he swum.
On seeing the man, the whales struggles ceased,
Tom swam up, and touched the mighty beast.
One by one he cut the ropes strands,
the whale turned on its side, to lend a hand.
When the cray fish pot was cut loose from the tail,
thinking it was free, off swam the whale.
But after a hundred yards or so, it came to a stop,
allowing Tom to swim up, and remove the whole lot.
Turning around, the whale looked Tom in the eye,
shook its head from side to side, as if to say thanks, and good bye.
Then with a flip of its tail, it dived and was gone.

Tango.





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