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Dance of the Dolphin’s.
They gather to play.
In groups they begin, so silently then they sing.
They cruise & porpoise twisting about!
Divinely they break through the water like a unison spout.
Aiming high their spirits fly.
Giving thanks to the sun god as the dive.
They live in the water,
But they can transfer thought to one & all.
They are pure of thought.
Their skills are given to the young, not just taught.
Their spirits transcend from the water to the human mind.
How can humans be so blind & to be so unkind!
Trapping them in the long haul fishing lines.
Over the horizons the sinking sun sets.
With Rainbows refrain just like looking into a window pain.
Our thoughts are one with this mammal seeking fish & fun.
So ready with our camera one more time,
As  the Dolphins chandelier their style.
One more time have we got these humans attentions!
Our last ditch stand.
Tell all your friends that live on land.
To honor the sea,
Leave these wonderful creatures go free!
Colin -  Jan 2007

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