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Death Poems About Salmon

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Poem Details | by Leo Larry Amadore |
Categories: allegory, angst, death, depression, life, nature, sad, sea,

Salmon

Frothing, frigid fjords
Fling forth fine stippled
Salmon, streaking upstream.
Roe-rich fish, flashing
Fat and fulgent:
Spurred to spawn, to spurt
Then sputter -- spasmodic.
Spectral. Unspared.


Poem Details | by David Drowley |
Categories: death, fish, journey, life, nature, water,

King Salmon

Fiercely flipping his tiller tail
The king’s snout turns to point the way 
To lead kin from a briny bay
Up a rustic roiling river
Of flowing falls, rough rocks, and banks
Lined with greeting eagles and bears
Set to embrace with beaks and jaws.

Traveling on a fasting diet
The royal salmon swims upstream
Seeking passage between the hills
To reach rippling crystalline rills
And fill an ancient deep-sea dream
To find its childhood gravel bed
On which at last to rest his head.