Man-Eater Shark And The Franchised Anchovy - Poem by nimal dunuhinga
'This Ocean belongs to us and it's a God's gift
Though you're small do not get frightened.
We are true brothers
And we could swim well further.
Beware of human fish my dear
They are very lovable and boast of their deep research of the sea bed.
But remember one thing chum!
These hypocrites catch two birds throwing a stone.' Kind shark advised.
Poor Anchovy just consoled of his intimacy.
*Oh! How beautiful the word 'Exploitation' consisting a dozen of innocent letters?
To my poet friend Anushmadhu.
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