Manonton Dalan

(virginia, usa)

032711G sardines from sea


i open this flat tiny colorful can
filled with six headless sardines
says very clear on cover 'in water'
ain't so it's fish oil and very salty
i could imagine fish were caught
by millions off coast of alaska

they could be making lots of money
cooking with water with their body salt
hiring natives to do task as well catch
now; how clean could be sea in winter
not long ago there was die-off in west
was that a sign that fishes eating waste

Submitted: Sunday, March 27, 2011
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