Aquatic Scourge

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Aquatic Scourge is a poem depicting what damage man is inflicting upon our oceans

Submitted: September 20, 2016

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Submitted: September 20, 2016

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Since the rhyme of the ancient mariner

To the assassination of Moby Dick

Nought has man’s heart, ever given the sea

A waging of war, with and aquatic foe

With mesh nets and hooks, we conquer the shoal

The seas are red and sometimes blue

When blood awash is cleansed by tide

When schools are gone and currents abate

The tide will turn and the reefs will sigh

Man will laugh and eventually die.

Poet Mike Fitzroy Copyright©2015 All Rights Reserved


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