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Twelve Mermaid Poems to Celebrate MerMay

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The painting "Mermaid" (1906) by John Reinhard Weguelin, showing a mermaid resting on the sandy beach, just above the blue-green waves of a calm sea. Her tail is blue and curls toward the foreground as she faces left, her right arm outstretched as her left arm supports her. Her hair is fair or light brown, and bound at her neck, while she wears a garland over her ears and crown.

Twelve Mermaid Poems to Celebrate MerMay

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A Plethora of Mermaids: The Mermaid (2021)

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Mermaids in the Desert: Kim Antieau’s Church of the Old Mermaids

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The Mermaid in the Tower: Aquamarine

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The Little Merman: F.T. Lukens’ In Deeper Waters

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Yemoja’s Child: Natasha Bowen’s Skin of the Sea

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Taking the Mermaid Tale Above and Beyond: Rivers Solomon’s The Deep

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It’s No Fun To Be Alone: Communicating With Cryptids in The Shape of Water

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I Dream the Curse and the Curse Dreams Me: Monique Roffey’s The Mermaid of Black Conch

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Mermaids of the Caribbean: Lisbon Okafor’s Ten-Cent Daisy

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Just a Frothy Little Bubble: Splash Tackles the Mermaid Genre

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Mortal and Immortal (Mer)Folk: Poul Anderson’s The Merman’s Children

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