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seasick jesus
by Francine DuBois

it's precisely why he learned how to walk on water
so he wouldn't have to deal with this
and the dramamine always makes him so loopy.

but there's no avoiding it.

sure, he's the son of god, but walking across
the mediterrean sea and atlantic ocean is a bit far,
especially without practical footwear.

as the waves churn around and within him,
he wonders if jonah ever felt like this or,
more precisely, if this is how the whale felt.

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