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Dance of the Dolphins

Date Written: October 16, 2017
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Up and down; over and under
I watch the Dolphins with awestruck wonder

Their sleek grey bodies glisten, like living pewter

They rise up on their flukes out of blue-green water.

 

I watch from the shallows as they race through the waves

They are like Children unable to behave

One of the young ones swims to where I stand

As if coaxing me away from the safety of sand.

 

He swims though the water and nudges my leg

As if saying ‘come and play with me, I beg’

Presenting his Dorsal; he chirrups for me to take hold

The others meet us halfway & I’m enveloped into their fold.

 

Beyond the waves they each take me in turn

Through the intricate steps that they will me to learn

Back at shore they leave, in a flash of flukes and fins

A rare gift it is, to be taught the Dance of the Dolphins.

 

 

Written by Siona Robertson (nee Effield)

ÓCopyright 2008

One comment on “Dance of the Dolphins”

  1. Joeys Wonder Girl     October 18, 2017

    Awww super adorable!!!!!! I luv dolphins!!!!! šŸ™‚ šŸ™‚ šŸ™‚
    xo

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