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The Fatal Plunge
by Jayaprakash Raghavan Pillai
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As he plunged into the ocean,

And swam into the depths unknown,

His hands steadied,

On the weapon in his hand,

Aware, hungry eyes followed behind,

Deadly sharks that moved in unnoticed,

With jaws sledgehammer shaped,

That could tear a human,

To pieces within a second;

 

Yet, not deterred,

The scuba diver searched,

For the hidden treasure,

That had lain,

For centuries well-guarded,

Under, by these marine carnivores,

Who devoured any fortune-hunter,

That chanced to cross their way.

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November 22, 2010
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