The Octopus

February 12, 2018
By Presto SILVER, Monticello, Illinois
Presto SILVER, Monticello, Illinois
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Tentacles trailing behind it
Leaving a plume of thick dark ink
Escaping from predators without a sound
Making itself shrink into the smallest crevices
Poisoning its enemies before having a sweet snack
An array of colors to the eye
Sucking down meals with its suckers
A predator wants that meal from it
But all the octopus has to do…
Is inconspicuously escape in a plume of thick dark ink


The author's comments:

I am submitting this for the "Ink It" poetry contest


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