Sea Otter Poems - Below
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sea otter, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
Following the tumor blooms
that muted my throat and gut,
I duct taped my mind
to the wordless, I put my head down
charging at daggers, and
thanks to pain bullets and cancer bombs
my thoughts are catching a little headwind.
I'm looking at a sea...Read More
The Fate Of Man
sea otter, creation, environment, feelings, imagery, imagination, pollution,
The fate of Man weighs heavy on His soul
exploiting the earth, ego in control.
For as resources shrink demand inflates
and the effect is disaster awaits.
An orange sun eclipses skies of blue
as rusty rays color a poison brew.
And as virgin mountains are...Read More
An Inuit's Longing For Home
sea otter, nostalgia,
Oh that I could speak with the Northern Lights,
And commune with the Spirits therein.
Or dance to the tunes of the Arctic wastes,
Return to a life - sanguine.
Oh that I might commune with Wolf and Bear,
And hear of the tales they...Read More
Soul Stance River - 33
sea otter, adventure, business,
Fort Clatsop is up and true,
50 feet square, with a smokehouse, pallisades, barracks and two gateways
furnished from the aromatic and reliable wood of the great Fir trees,
we keep busy by scraping elk hides for clothes, making moccasins, hunting
Love's Lonely Song
sea otter, love,
The surf pounds against cliff.
I beat my pillow moaning.
You are gone, your heart of stone
not swayed by my tears.
Onoko*-san, the bringer
who has seeded my garden,
return like the sea otter
through the waves to me.
*onoko is the Ainu word for...Read More
sea otter, earth, environment, life, nature, poets, space, water,
‘Water’ seems a fitting title
of this rhyme on something vital
for the beings we take care of
and the others we’re aware of.
Life on Earth depends on water,
whether human or sea otter,
fish or fowl, whatever creatures
having some subsistence features.
Water may have...Read More
The Fisherman's Wife
sea otter, longing, lost love,
The surf pounds against cliff
I beat my pillow moaning
you are gone, your heart of stone
not swayed by my tears
onoko*-san the bringer
who has seeded my garden
return like the sea otter
through the waves to me
The conch shell echoes your name
sea otter, death, depression, nature, sea,
As I sat by the seashore,
Oh, how I wished for more,
I stepped into the water,
I saw a sea otter,
All by the seashore,
I smiled with delight,
And disappeared into the night,
I was swimming with fury,
Soon my whereabouts became blurry,
Never again was I...Read More