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Jewels of the Oceans   poem  
Creators: Ellen Million (Writer)
A poem about jellyriggers.
Posted: 06/29/11      [1 Comment] ~ 37 words.
 

Shimmering floats,
glistening sails,
and clouds of gossamer tendrils,
like ladies' skirts at a theatre opening.

Cold amethysts in the west,
rose quartz in the central gulf.

Jewels of the ocean.

No less deadly,
for their beauty.

Author's Notes

The jewels here are jellyriggers, advanced, venomous jellyfish that are self-propelling and can grow to 45 feet! In the west, there are purple jellyriggers, and in the central gulf, pink jellyriggers. I wrote this for EMG-Zine, for the theme of jewels.

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