One Dolphin

Ocean Dolphin

She looked over the waves
For fish at their quiet dance.
Crustaceans and crayfish in a tango.
Moving their tales and claws,
Swoosh, swoon, to music,
But below the crayfish routine
Comes a dolphin with a smile
The Lobsters and scallops head down.
Aimless and solemn, he springs.

‘Don’t move until you see it’

We swim upon the bounding
Inside the blue leviathan
Heard the empty liquid crashing
Salutations to the sand

Sleepy Rolling vast!
Smooth the surface when the moon naps
“Splasharamabuckling!” Harmony of a storm
“Long curves on your departures!

“The birds moon-dance on your pebbles,
The fish throttle on your hands
Dolphin’s hoods and shark on hop hip,
platinum sea shells by the “Shoresplasharabuckling!”

“Come swift Jones”
Open, listen with sunny rains!
Briny salt drifts;  the calm seven
And shanty, shim and shanty!
“Ahoy”