After the Storm

The waves, they crash, go up and down,

While the dolphins swim around.

Feeding, hunting, for their fish,

Their fins all going swish-swish-swish.

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But there's larger creatures to be fed,

Approach the Earth in ship of dread.

One moment, dolphins in the waves,

The next comes harvest much depraved.

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Flora, fauna, see life all,

None can resist the whirlpool's call.

The entire cove, it now lies bare,

Woe to the world, ye know despair.

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But one dolphin has survived,

Down into the sea he dives.

First to find friends in the deep,

And then his pod he'll start to seek.

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For an echo can lead to song,

Thinks of this as he swims on.

Across the seascape so sublime,

Swimming down the tides of time.