POEM: Soul Sushi

This poem ponders the “water we live in” as most humans are routinely heedless of their lives deep ending on eating flesh to survive.

Sushi

Once upon a
Creatures of the see
Looking up
A barrel
In countered
A more tasteful course
A cut above the rest
Can no longer
Flesh and bone cleave
One poors out
Joining countless comrades
Halving
In a sense
Meating out
That slice of
An other lessen
A bit of rapier
A razor-sharp flank
As kill full roll
A luxurious due
Prized precisely
Being as that
More rare than rare
Raw raw shish kum buy ya
Living for a wile
In a whirl
Wrapped up in luxury
Consumed buy indulgences
Unable to sea
The consommé we live in

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