Dolphins At Dawn - Poem by JOHNNY COBB
The alarm clock awakes me by six
On a pharmacy trip to Orange Beach.
I quickly head to the waters edge;
Mother Nature is within arms reach.
I make it in time for the sunrise
On the silent Gulf of Mexico.
A spectacular view of early morn
The sun's an orange, pink & purple glow.
The fishing boats pass by The Point
On their daily charter routes.
I then see many schools of fish
Jumping and thrashing about.
Watch three fins cut through the water
An in a moment they're gone.
View them playing a dozen times
My delightful dolphins at dawn.
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