Savio Vogt

(26th dec 1992. / India)

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Deep Ends of The Sea


The deep ends of the sea,
are like that of infinity,
if believed, it can be found, not by others, execpt by you and me.
don't worry about negative people and their talk,
just hear it near them, and release it when, away from them you walk.
for if you are affected by their poison, for your courage will be
lock 'ed'.
believe in yourself, even though you are mocked
you wil conquer, the deep ends of the sea.

Submitted: Friday, January 30, 2009
Edited: Friday, December 30, 2011

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