Exuma Islands Treasure Hunt: Bones

Fearless treasure hunters, here is your last clue.  A complete answer will explain the Haiku’s last five syllables.

Bones: A Haiku

On Powerful Beach.

Fifty-three feet of bleached bones.

Plastic tragedy.

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4 thoughts on “Exuma Islands Treasure Hunt: Bones

  1. Marion Vokey

    It’s a skeleton of a sperm whale that died from swallowing a plastic bag! Quel dommage! What would we treasure hunters do without the internet?! That must be an amazing sight to see!!!

  2. Karin Davies

    What fun to experience the Bahamas through your haikus and treasure hunt! Thank you.

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