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Sea Monster...?
by Ed Matlack

Thursday, September 28, 2006
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Off the shores it was found,


Discovered quite by accident with sound,


Is it a monster or just an overgrown jelly fish,


Either way it dwarfs the diver, of scientists it does confound…


 


Tentacles stretching for a hundred yards,


Catching it prey, bones it does then discard,


As a diver if this thing did loom,


I would get the hell out of there before it did me consume…


 


An unassuming creature though it may be,


Surrounded by so much floating debris,


Bigger it is than any found in the deep ocean depths,


Man may of it feel fear, but me I just want to it see,


Of course from a safe distance, bet you won’t as well disagree…


© ed ~ 9/28/06

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Reviewed by Sandie Angel 9/28/2006
Good grief!!!!! Is this for real????? Now I gotta scour the net to find this jelly fish!!!!!

Wonderful write, Ed!!!!!

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Sue Hess 9/28/2006
is that for real? no wonder i stick to land
Reviewed by William Bonilla 9/28/2006
Thats why I swim in pools
the most horrible thing
one might find in a pool
would be a some caca
Peace Brother

William
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 9/28/2006
Good God!!!!!!!! Leviathan comes to mind *shivers* Makes "Jaws" look like a guppy! Remind me never to go swimmin 'round there...a truly terrifying pic and write, effectively penned in chilling verse! Well done, Ed.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 9/28/2006
Don't show Victor this....he might think it's me...lol!!

Horrifying thing my friend....stay clear of that baby!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Tactfully Naive 9/28/2006
For a moment Ed, I thought this was my mother in law photographed from behind.
Behemoth is still to be found swimming around then, eh?
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 9/28/2006
you write something like this just when I am heading down to the sea?
Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/28/2006
I heard about a giant jellyfish, but didn't see it.Holy Moley, I wouldn't go anywhere near that thing, whatever it is. What an unbelievable size that thing is.I'm going to scour the net to see what they found out about it. Thanks Ed. This was good info and great poem! Woof Rufuz don't go near that thing;-)...ET
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 9/28/2006
I'd much rather be seeing just the pictures! Saw this, and other pics, on the net...the beauty that lies within the depths of our oceans, I could never have imagined! Your words brought it all to life, Ed!

Micke
Reviewed by richard cederberg 9/28/2006
Ed ...

This sucker is bloody enormous - WOW! It sure looks like a monstrous jellyfish to me. But who knows anymore. It may be sub-surface apartments for the gray invasion.

A goodun buddy ...
Richard Lloyd Cederberg
Reviewed by Peter Paton 9/28/2006
Ed

It looks like a Cookie Monster to me...
Call for the First Mate

Peter
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 9/28/2006
Truly fascinating. And since Mom says to get along, let's go diving this weekend - that could make a very nice pet! Wonder what it eats...
Reviewed by Dove JoAnne Cromp (Reader) 9/28/2006
My goodness, even Rufuz would hall bootie out..Yuk!!!



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