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Crutch, a hatchling's nest, breaks into a bale,
Fledglings purposeth an arduous life,
Much trek a nearby beach whereon, they flail,
Bearings of ocean's girth, between lays strife,
Touch by their needs, determined without fail,
Endings in a wet world, shared breeds a rife,
Trouble goes on well into adulthood,
Humble with a long life, honored for good.
**Syllable Counter checked 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10 - 10, 10 = 80.
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