Red Salmon Lives - Poem by M.A.K. Pathan
A small egg hatches in a creek,
A pink fry comes out in the river.
Its siblings get trapped in a crane's beak,
This makes the pink fry shiver!
The fish eats the sea food,
And grows up into a red beauty.
It starts its journey with pleasant mood,
It swims many streams with ambiguity.
It enjoys the journey through Bering Sea,
And then moves back from Pacific.
Grizzlies wait to catch the red beauty,
Friends become a feast after a gimmick.
It gets back to home, Alaska Gulf,
And lays the eggs after breeding.
Then sleeps forever under a turf,
And then becomes part of a bing.
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