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The Man Who Liked Fishes

Writers Atmosphere/Mood posted on Oct 29, 2012
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Hurting for the cold dawn, pink ripples cold fingers wet with lake sheared from his thin line Big Fish Big Fish following his daredevil retrieve the nagging whine the singing of his reel figure eight at the side of the boat a flash, a glimmer he dreams he would stand up in the boat dive into the cold water and become a fish

Comments (5)



10:28PM | Mon, 29 October 2012

Fine descriptive words and a fine transformation into a super fractal!



6:00AM | Tue, 30 October 2012

Reminds me of a flying fish when we use to fish.... Aloha



7:13PM | Tue, 30 October 2012

nicely done!!!



9:48PM | Tue, 30 October 2012




7:20PM | Sun, 25 November 2012

Nice and succinct! I love the progression of this piece from its opening and what you suspect the actual poem might be about (and it is, to a degree) but the end takes a nice, unexpected turn. I like that and I like the straightforward manner in which the poem reveals itself. It's quite elegant. I love the accompanying image.

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