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Apr 2013
You are nothing short of iridescent.

Like the pearls the divers pluck
From the depths of the bay and
Crack open to reveal;
When set into gold and silver, they
Glisten.
As do you.

But the fishermen trawl the very same bay
With their boats and their nets,
And you are iridescent as
The milky smooth insides
Of the clams they catchβ€”
Iridescent as the shells that they,
Hungering,
**** the meat from and
Throw back into the sea.
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noruwei
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noruwei  toronto, canada
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