Big Catch Opah

Big Catch Opah

A Poem by ROXANE DORSEY

Opah ran the waters of Ocean City.
Alone searching the depths,
nowhere to call home just roam.
Warm blood flows the bones.
Fishermen eyes and belly didn't pity.
So big so pretty a reddish scales
and purple-bluish tale. 
You eludes the rods to swim the cods.
Lonely you so big so blue.
Today you'll make fishermen stew.

© 2017 ROXANE DORSEY


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Added on November 15, 2017
Last Updated on November 15, 2017
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ROXANE DORSEY
ROXANE DORSEY

baltimore, MD



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love poetry since it has been embedded in my mind deeply way back when I was 4 years old. A very good reader in pre-school. Nursery rhymes tuned me in even deeper. more..

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