Not as morbid as you might think:
November verse 12: On a dead goldfish For Euan Today we found our last fish floating lifeless, limp, no longer gold, a death so tiny, not worth noting. True though, They shall grow not old. Flight path fuel dump? Change of season? Too much sun? Who knows the reason? This is not Menindee Lakes where millions died and my heart quakes. Today I felt a tiny tremor, rumble from a distant storm, an inkling that some day the worm will try my bones, from skull to femur. May mine be one tiny death, leave undisturbed the wide world's breath.