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Krill Poems

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Premium Member Imagine a Dead World
Imagine if all the krill 
Beneath the ice shelves were dead.
Millions plus millions of krill
Fodder for ocean’s creatures:
Penguins, walrus, whales.
In the end all will die and the ocean
Will be a poorer place for all.

Imagine if all the trees 
Would lose...Read More
Categories: krill, death, emotions, poems,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Rhyming is Fun Play
Ground candy pass cigarette thrill
Around dandy bass chia pet dill
Found randy crass softly set still

Rhyming is fun play
Timing great today
Writing a book in a way
One glorious word that will stay

Bound sandy gas often met krill
Clowned Andy mass always get fill
Hound...Read More
Categories: krill, poetry, word play,
Form: Rhyme
A Whale of a Diet

Said a hungry whale: “I could kill 
to eat something other than krill.
There must be other things to eat;
a change of diet would be a treat.
The human diet would suit me well;
it’s very varied, I hear tell.”
A pod of whales...Read More
Categories: krill, food, humor,
Form: Light Verse
PECO boo recalcitrant kilowatt hour consumer
How ideal to luxuriate
supposed divine right frill
maximizing climate control
with matter of fact bravado
creature comfort pang to fulfill
consequent flagrant portent

to exercise freewill
beware controlled environment
pays hefty bill
cracking heat as
temperature gets chill
cumulative destructive

ecological footprints generated,
thus advisable to swallow
figuratively bitter pill,
herewith suggested
binary/digital quill,
cuz unchecked...Read More
Categories: krill, 10th grade, 12th grade, america, community, environment,
Form: Political Verse
Seamen Shantey
Skinny-dipping with you is a thrill
For a man who is over the hill
But just one squiggly squirm
From a small dangling worm
And a fish will dart in for the kill!

A Sperm Whale with a mouthful of krill
Can swallow more than you...Read More
Categories: krill, ocean,
Form: Limerick

tsunami sex seen
quiet waves out at sea
deeply breathing in
sweeping out to shore

a frigate bird swells
a red neck sack hoping
to attract

a young buck
ruts and rattles
antlers with a tree

the earth shakes
a slight quake making
mounds ripple as if flesh

a slug barely seen
moving leaving
a slime trail...Read More
Categories: krill, muse,
Form: Epic
Premium Member an ocean banquet

a giant krill ball
attracts whales seals sharks and birds ~
a feeding frenzy 

Written 23 May 2019

For writing challenge 3, May 2019, Nature haiku poetry contest.

Sponsored by Dear Heart.

...Read More
Categories: krill, bird, food, ocean,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Seafood
There was a skindiver named Neal
Who daily made swimmers squeal.
In town from New York
He carried a fork,
Dining on oceanic krill....Read More
Categories: krill, adventure, america, beach, boat, cheer up, fishing,
Form: Limerick
The King Reigns
Penguins are beautiful creatures
one of the most elegant is the king
second only to Emperor in size
stands up to 100cm an amazing thing

The king's diet comes mainly from the sea
having appetite for lanternfish, squid and krill
so their average weight is so...Read More
Categories: krill, animal, life, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Black Browed Albatross
Black Browed Albatross
By Valerie D. Staton

Black browed albatross
Selective food preference
Dives in for the krill
...Read More
Categories: krill, bird, food,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Dr Narcotic
Doctor narcotic slinging jellybeans and placebo
  with one twitch of the wrist, one life goes on the tilt
      distorting the dream and wrecking the rainbow

His red nosed ribbon circling twice around the block
 ...Read More
Categories: krill, drug, funeral,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member slippery pricks and rotting roses
The shrinking violet has made her way back
for another round of acidic attacks
blaming the sun for her shadows
and the mirror for her cracks-
The mad queen of monkeys, 
leading a gnashing troop
tossing stones and slinging poop
driving the flavor from the soup,.
...Read More
Categories: krill, best friend, death of a friend,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Tatyana's Ink
Sipping time upon a sundial, awaiting her haloed quill
days cascading to decade to the reaper's willing krill
supreme word weaver, stroking looms endless dream
white satin muse seducing all with sprays of raven's ink
was your vanishing, simply a crowning of a masterpiece?
I...Read More
Categories: krill, dedication,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Salmon Run
Salmon Run

A flurry of reds emerges distorted from the river;—                
As the Sockeye Salmon return from the ocean, 
Following the scent of their home stream...Read More
Categories: krill, education, fish, nature,
Form: Verse
black and white landscape
a colony of penguins ~
standing and waddling

in the oceans depth  
lives a black and white giant~
orca killer whale   

seal on an ice flow  
oblivious to danger  ~
head butting whale strikes

egg laid by...Read More
Categories: krill, bird, nature, ocean, snow,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Rejoice
Every one hundred years or so,
enters a flower graced with golden glow.

A quilted warmth- unbending light, 
halo tempering the blackest nights.

Blessed with precious- magic quill,
wisdom prevails in her patina krill.

A muse whom skirted war and garnished peace,
traversed angry ocean to...Read More
Categories: krill, dedication,
Form: Couplet
I've got a dish of killifish
I wish to eat that silly fish
Baked, or fried in peanut oil
Roasted, dried, or let to boil.

Make me a star-gazy pie
Take me to the Catfish Fry
Lead me to the China Sea
Feed me hermit crabs and...Read More
Categories: krill, animal, fish, fishing, food, funny, sea, word
Form: Rhyme
An Atoms Tale Is Epic
If I die before tomorrow
Though the sun won't shine for me
Take pleasure in it's warming glow
There's a future there to see

No life will last forever
The sun will one day fail
But not before we've all passed on
So who will hear the...Read More
Categories: krill, life, nature, space,
Form: Rhyme
Hit Repeat
Hit Repeat
Written by Rebekah Shipp
June 6, 2016

When this sick beat drops
And you find yourself lost
Bass ALL up in your ears
And your eyes start to tear
When the treble pops your lid
It’s Casablanca all over again
Cause all I hear you sayin is...Read More
Categories: krill, spoken word,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member The unlikely alliance
The unlikely alliance

for me you need not be clothed
I understand your fragility
of which the edges are like krill
To you I disclose my being,
for only you I rehearse my songs.
From the truest vestiges of the heart,
where the rumbling of the soul
and...Read More
Categories: krill, beauty, destiny, for her,
Form: Free verse
Have you ever been to the Arctic
and heard the "Tickling of the Ivories"?
That is the time when the Monodons
joust each other with their singular parries.

They have one thing in common...
A singular tooth that the males wear with pride.
They can swim,...Read More
Categories: krill, age, dedication, fish, history, nature, science,
Form: Rhyme
This one
Tall whale
Squirts bad sperm
Marine girls beware
It will give you teratology
In your womb
Plant seeds
Of extinction
I can't breathe sea harks
Up the creek
Krill die
Evil. We cannot ride high
No high lands
Water everywhere
No water
Water is fiend
Rats ‘congress
In dead-end streets.
Hey, Call it a day
Time to...Read More
Categories: krill, earth, sea,
Form: Prose Poetry
All that does encompass bespeaks wonder in everything
bubbling brooks and waterfalls does your glory ring
terrestrial and celestial ever fill our eyes with seeing
how can not it's splendor not fill our very being
raindrops in waters with their rippling wake
and mesmerize...Read More
Categories: krill, bible, earth, god, life, nature, uplifting, visionary,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member the souper star
Where can I go.
Following me like the black plague,
Droppings here and there for show.
----let them lie where they fall
after all
who is the big cheese
who is the termite at the top of the hill,
rambling longer, saying less, 
worthless krill
having to search...Read More
Categories: krill, slam,
Form: Free verse
Last Breath
by Mithiran Ravindran

Like a humungous fish,
I am made for the sea,
My fins go swish
My body weaves through the cascading waves
For the previously crystal-clear sea I crave
The currents of the ocean,
Go mad with pollution
I lie here on the land,
covering with...Read More
Categories: krill, death, life, ocean,
Form: Verse