Anti-Poem - Poem by Anthony Weir
Obviously, song came before speech
and moans came before song.
Whales sing refrains and antiphons,
Darwin thought that certain fish designed their own eyes;
researchers report that the planet's remaining fish not only
like but can also recognise
the less-commercial human music.
[Perhaps a line here ending with 'status'...]
[Perhaps a line here ending with 'God'...]
I both fear and pity people who think they are better than cod
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