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Decapitated

On a tropical Paradise’s jetty I stood arguing with a tall man
who carried a rusty machete, said he didn’t like my blandness,
a sudden slicing move and my head parted from its body.
He lifted my head up by the hair, a dramatic, black actor,
a Hamlet, but I spat him in his face, as a last act of defiance,
shocked he threw my head into the warm, emerald sea, and as
my human life came to an end I saw a shiny dolphin

Reborn as a dolphin, happy and free, but oddly though,
I remembered my former human life, yet bore no ill feeling

against my killer; who, life is strange, I met one day when he
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