When penguin and a walrus sang,
their duet shocked us all.
Instead of grunts, cacophony,
they crooned such comely harmony
that polar bears and fish cried, "More!"
while killer whales stormed toward the shore,
beseeching music soothe through night.
A beastly if fantastic sight,
old adversaries loathing fight.
It looked unsound but sounded right.
Unsound Harmony © Copyright 2021, Robert J. Tiess.
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Submitted: November 29, 2019