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Death Poems About Narwhal

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Poem Details | by Peter Lewis Holmes |
Categories: fantasy, grief, loss,

A Drowned Sailor Sings to His Narwhal


Narwhal of antartic deep, trusty
heart my soul to reap, ferry last 
my wet cold skin, cross the river 
Styx of sin

And if you ask of me now gone,
enquiring where my light has shone,
speak them with salt-sea’s romance,
“He’s gone to prance the Narwhal’s
dance”