Jelly Fish


Fluid, graceful existence

You delightful mysterious faze of creation

Neon bogey body floating in the dark

How you enchant with your dancing in the deep

Gorgeously swaying with the flow of the ocean

Warping space as you move along


  • Author: Leya Virago (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: July 7th, 2017 09:23
  • Comment from author about the poem: MY favorite animal is a Jellyfish. Thought I'd write about it! :)
  • Category: Unclassified
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  • Louis Gibbs

    Beautiful imagery here, virago! A well written poem, indeed.

    • MaddieJ

      Thanks L.G.!

    • kevin browne

      stunning creature but can also turn deadly sometime when you swim in the wrong waters. love this.

      • MaddieJ

        Yeah I love the power that they hold in such a graceful form

      • FredPeyer

        Virago your description of a jellyfish is so poetic and true. They are beautiful creatures. But living where I do, they are also to be avoided. Got stung a few times, meat tenderizer seems to help with the burning sensation created. But it's their ocean, not mine.

        • MaddieJ

          Yeah I've always admired them. I love watching the creatures of the deep series from BBC. I know there are some dangerous jellies out there!! What a funny story to be able to tell though! And yes we are just visitors in their domain.

        • Goldfinch60

          Good write, they are amazing creatures.

          • MaddieJ

            Thanks very much!

          • WL Schuett

            Title caught my eye first time I've read one of your poems ,very good nice imagery and very poetic...

            • MaddieJ

              Well thanks for giving me a shot! I appreciate your input. I was trying to express how mesmerizing jellyfish are to me. I could sit and stare at them for hours. Not sure why.... HAHA! I'm always open to critique if you ever have any for me.

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