Treasure Island

debbie wagoner

(10-30-1960 / louisville ky)

Ocean Of Man's Heart


Ocean Of Man's Heart


The ocean of man's heart is deep
every now and then it will leak.

The ocean of man's heart is cold
sometimes reaching into his soul.

The ocean of man's heart is sure
sometimes polluted but spirit remains pure.

The ocean of man's heart is clear
playing silently to his inner ear.

The ocean of man's heart is deep
watch out for loves little leaks.

Debbie Wagoner 7/27/09

Submitted: Tuesday, July 28, 2009

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  • Jennifer Contini- Enderby (10/5/2013 7:54:00 AM)

    Thank you for sharing your poetry Debbie!
    I am mixed media artist and was inspired by this beautiful poem you wrote.
    You can see the painting on my Facebook Fan Page:
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