how the poem is suffused with the lament and indignation of an incarcerated dolphin?
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The poem, told from the perspective of an incarcerated dolphin, expresses the pain and danger of being a captive forced into enslavement. The dolphins are captured by the humans and are kept in a confined environment, where they have to perform tricks to satisfy the human greed. They are lamenting their loss of freedom and are indignant at the fact that they have to perform mere tricks for the humans. The dolphins, animals of nature, are forced to obey the commands of the man and are being held against their free will.
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