Sylvia Chidi

(Germany)

Sea Facts!


It is known sea food
Puts you in sea mood
It is known the sea floor
Extends to a sea shore

These are common sea facts
Like when sea waves are calm and free
Crashing to the shore endlessly attracts
Everyone to take of in jest and flee
See not and hear not, there is no evil
Above and below sea level

Most seaports
Have a seaside resort
And most seafronts
Have a sea restaurant

But many rooms with a sea view
Are yet to see a sea rescue
Or watch a sea adventure
With any or at least one sea creature
Like a sea mammal
Or a sea animal

These are common sea facts
The sea has such beauty to attract
With sea shells
Woven from sea spells
To treasured sea beds
And to cherubic sea birds

You need seamanship
To take a sea ship on a trip
Or fly a seaplane
As a sea captain

There have been sea battles and sea bandits
The sea is a venue people love to use to meet
There have been sea monsters and seaquakes
Believe you me some of these myths are not fake
And now I have given you a little sea taste
I urge you not to let these sea facts go to waste

These are common sea facts
On your knowledge they most have made an impact!

Copyright 2007 - Sylvia Chidi

Submitted: Monday, April 16, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, February 15, 2011

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  • Michael Lasalle (7/19/2012 2:10:00 PM)

    Seashore Facts- the reciprocating motive draws irony to reasoning, the sea is nothing, the sea is all.
    Motivating and picturesque aptitude indigenous to entertain the reader with it's glowing tort for ideas.
    Sylvia Chidi brings the seascape frontal view. It's a remarkable poem to taste the sea air in the words! (Report) Reply

  • Robert Braunton (5/18/2010 9:47:00 AM)

    this poem is good because i like this poem



    tell me a little about Sylvia Chidi if you know comment on sea facts bye (Report) Reply

  • Tom J. Mariani (11/10/2007 8:03:00 AM)

    As I was sailing around poemhunter this early AM I ran across the bow of your poem. We are on a weekend trip to Eureka, CA I am sitting at the borrowed computer of my sister in-law, looking out her window at Humboldt Bay. Your words are like giving me a telescope so I can scan the shore from my seat, as well as strain to see far out to sea. I also found this AM, on her coffeetable, a book by Jon Humboldt Gates, 'NIGHT CROSSINGS.It contains his narrative interpretations of five actual boating incidences that occured at the enterance to Humboldt Bay. Yours and his great work have brought a salt spray to my face. Thank You - - -Tom (Report) Reply

  • Faye Facer (8/23/2007 10:12:00 PM)

    I think you have covered the 'sea facts' quite nicely and I enjoyed the read. (Report) Reply

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