Tear Of An Angel S.R.B.W.


Songs of the Sea


I silently stand here quaking

My immortal soul to be awakened

That bright light twirling about

Above the ocean of so many doubts

You moving moon light my way

The sky is so cloudy today

Spin and spin

Twirling about

Guide my ship though those seas of doubt

Oh my love

my love

who sails alone

On brisk waters of evenings throne

On the shore I wait away

Shall you return to call my name

Will you ever return to me

I am the one who longs

for the songs of the sea

Oh misty water hear my plea

How is my love

Now thats she's free


S.R.B.W.


Written for: The Starlite Cafe “Songs of the Sea Challenge”
Hosted By: Sirens~Song
Phrase: “the one who longs for the songs of the sea”

Submitted: Saturday, August 15, 2009

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  • Saadat Tahir (9/3/2009 2:42:00 AM)

    awesum... very powerful and emotive.. these lines especially

    loved the poem.. cheers and ten


    On brisk waters of evenings throne
    On the shore I wait away
    Shall you return to call my name
    Will you ever return to me
    I am the one who longs
    for the songs of the sea
    h misty water hear my plea (Report) Reply

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