Saturday, March 5, 2016

Caspeer the Ghost--Octupus Styled

Casper the Ghost
In an era when human population and their need for food continues to expand
Tough day for wildlife as they watch their shrhe inking habitat lands
Loss of habitat more and more animals from extinction will not be able to withstand
Reduced clinging to species life in zoos but in very small bands
The rain forests continue to be destroyed at an alarming rate
In the oceans by our over fishing many commercial species we soon will decimate
We humans need to get our act together to habitat preserve
Better treatment these living creature deserve
If the race to extinction is to slow
The species that will survive are those that live where humans will not go
The point made when 2.5 miles under the surface near the Hawaii coast
We just discovered a new species of octopus the shy ghost
White and weak looking and lacking suckers on all eight arms
Unless humans find away to overcome the crushing water pressure it will be safe from harm
Put in the survival of the species extinction race
One pale octopus that humans from this planet will not be able to erase

 © March 5, 2016, Michael P. Ridley aka the Alaskanpoet
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