Poems About: SEA
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109.Sea Turtle III
Into the azure drink beside me and that was that.
I guess I should consider myself lucky:
I could have been soup, my shell slung on a wall
Sporting a tape-patched bullet hole. Ah, well. read more »Morgan Michaels
Oh! The sea? On the West lies a sea.
So warm and peaceful can't you see?
The sea vast, wide and deep;
Around thew world the travel of a ship. read more »Dona Jean
111.All The Rivers
'All the rivers run into the sea.'
Like the pulsing of a river,
The motion of a song,
Wind the olden words along read more »Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
Morning to the sea first ever for me,
Full of fish that fools around me,
The big sea that I wished one day to see. read more »Abdallah Mpogole
113.The Cold Sea
The cold sea
And the life we shared
The cold sea
And the way we kissed read more »B.. Alexander
114.The Sea Loving People
The true sea loving people never live far from the sea
They pine if the ocean they can't hear or see
The feel of the sea spray where the wild breakers roar
Where huge waves pound the stony cliffs overlooking the shore. read more »Francis Duggan
115.The Lonely Sea
THE LONELY SEA
Lonely was me resting under the tree read more »Ashar Owais
116.The Sea, The Sea
The sea, the sea beckons me
with its sirens call.
The lure of its wandering waves,
get a boat and sail with me. read more »David Harris
117.MISTY CLOUD AND MISTY SEA
Misty Cloud called to blue Misty Sea,
Rise up to gather rain drops with me
Misty Sea called to driftin' Misty Cloud
To drift with you high up I'd be proud. read more »Marion Gentry
The sea, full of mystery
And free souls, that out of misery,
Abandoned and forsaken,
The road across the sea have taken, read more »Shqipe Prence
"Wreck and stray and castaway."--SWINBURNE.
Once more adrift.
O'er dappling sea and broad lagoon, read more »Emily Pauline Johnson
Your waves come crashing down
Like a semi-auto trailer
I dive so deep in the sea
To avoid killer whales read more »Satan's Sibling