A Series of Fish Haikus

A Friday ode to fish… in haiku form of course.

Darting diamond scales / shiners small silver forms flash / bright blips below

Roiling riffle roll / darters dance, flash fluorescent / vibrant nuptial hues

Tiny but not alone / moving all in unison / schooling safe for now

Sanguine sensing sharks / sleekly sneaking, seeking prey / patrol the depths

Pesky piranhas / flashing fierce fast toothsome grins / then pick clean the bones

O’ Amazon stream / tetra-color explosion / so many species

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