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  197.     

Frog Prince

look at the frog so small and cute
top to tail in his green suite
never dry not always wet
every child wants one for a pet

only the newt for a friend
swim in the pond from end to end
deep under water breath held tight
look at him swim such a delight
hear him call all through the night
a prince in waiting a king by right

leaping high jumping long
for his size he is so strong
from lilly pads he loves to hop
as he hits the water plip plip plop

see him catch the fly swallow swallow
with a blink of his eyes gobble gobble
look at the frog so small and cute
top to tail in his green suite
 
john mc cudden

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  198.     

THE AQUARIUM

In the aquarium
Thrown to the shore
Together with the fragments
Of the wrecked ship,
Carelessly swim tiny fish…
They swim quietly,
Without emotion –
Don’t pine for the seas,
Don’t crave for the ocean…

23.04.1978

Translated from Georgian
 
Janri Gogeshvili

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  199.     

Strange Eels' Orchid

This indigo night
wildest orchids

Strange twisting eels
we becumming

aquamarine
moonlit burgundy

we twist swim be
'tween such twins
we braid bathe conducting

this terrific electric
spice breath pulse
thunder snaps beating

we grasp gasp
slick electricity
fumble tumble
lost long searching

explore plunge spin
whirlpool entangling
depths of breath
thunder pulse wonder

between such discover
laying worlds waste
asunder


we exchanging
we are sharing
we are melding
the current our pulsings

prayer beads muffle
seep sweetest
perfume intoxicant
unashamedly
as so the lovely

electro magnetic
magnificent magentic
explode rapture
dissolve kinesthetic kinetics

We are swimming
Airborne, mine Love
heavens below
crying mortals wallow follow


fantastic fates for echo
flow foreshadow



Randy Resh 2011
 
Randy Resh

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  200.     

A Girl Who Swims With Her Head Above The Water

A girl who swims with her head above the water
Knows which way she is swimming
And lets not the water
Pull her down to
The bottom.
 
Renji Mao

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