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    dots Submission Name: Blue Leviathandots
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    Author: col13x
    Elite Ratio:    2.26 - 119/300/559
    Words: 130
    Class/Type: Poetry/Nature
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    dotsBlue Leviathandots
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    Blue Leviathan



    Sounding the bathymetric deep
    Lazuline green to waters risen
    Of sonic dark sung Cetacea poetry
    With ever knowing smiles
    The gargantuan glides
    Graceful on angel winged flukes

    Slow easy speed
    Of winded massive lungs
    Hits the surfacing
    Blown by fountainhead spouts
    Breaching upon the waves

    Two hundred tones of aquamarine
    Poised and ready
    Driven to fly the salt-water medium
    Lifting from the brine light domain

    Performs a pirouette

    Crashing leviathan
    In a centuries ballet
    Antediluvian epitome of natures
    Balanced perfection
    Sings a song haunted melody
    Traversing oceans

    Beyond the deepest knowing of land
    The plummet and plumb line
    Of fathoms
    Still skirts a coral reef
    And basks in shallows
    Quiet phantom
    Of the giant blue






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