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Imagery - Fishing in Storm



Whirlwind of wildest kind
Crushing on ribs of sea.
Plundering thunder and wondering cloud
Enacting the drama with loudest rowd.

The little fishboat on tumultous float
Swallowed saltwaters up to throat.
Plight and hunger in swordfight
With tides without norm.
Their fishnets have gone missing
In the dengerous storm.

Feebly beating hearts praying to eternity
'Ferry us from tempestous tides
To the placid tranquility'.
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Submitted on November 25, 2013

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