Poems About: SEA
Poems on / about :
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49.Behold The Sea
Behold the sea, the mighty restless sea!
Behold the strand of battered rock and sand!
The endless fight between the sea and man!
Behold the sea! read more »Jerry Caldwell
50.Beyond the Sea
Beyond the sea, beyond the sea,
My heart is gone, far, far from me;
And ever on its track will flee
My thoughts, my dreams, beyond the sea. read more »Thomas Love Peacock
51.The Life It Once Had
The roaring waves awakened me,
the morning air full of mist.
I could hear the sea calling out to me,
its sole purpose was to exist. read more »Lux Lator
52.THE SEA TO SEE
THE SEA TO SEE
the sea saw her first
'Oh! ' said the sea read more »Dónall Dempsey
53.SWIMMING AGAINST THE CURRENT IS RISKY
If you are not a good swimmer Inevitably you will drown in The roaring sea of the world, The deep and dark sea of the World is risky and dangerous, read more »MOHAMMAD SKATI
54.Swimming in the sea
Summertime is here
And it is time for me to swim
Bodies of all shapes and sizes
Will be evident in the sea read more »Lee John Siebritz
55.THE SEVEN SEAS OF WONDER
I ALWAYS WONDER ABOUT
SO I TOOK A TRIP TO FIND OUT
SAILING THE SEA TACKLING THE WAVES
AND I'M STILL STAYING BRAVE read more »BRUCE MARTONE
56.The Boat and The Sea
I will tell you, my Dear
Story of the Boat and the Sea
'Since the unknown time read more »Hanh My Nguyen
57.A DEEP SEA MYSTERY STILL THERE!
Stories of Seas are always interesting, thrilling and adventures!
Stories of treasure hunt in the Seas are very interesting to read!
Sea is always a great mystery and kindles to know more of it;
Yet the matters have not come to an end as the vast Space is! read more »Ramesh T A
58.To Sea! To Sea!
TO sea, to sea! The calm is o'er;
The wanton water leaps in sport,
And rattles down the pebbly shore; read more »Thomas Lovell Beddoes
59.white and black
As the sun descends under the planet
the moon rises as the sea crys
bursting into tears
not heard read more »Koi piano
60.Ashore, ashore with the tide’s flow
Ashore, ashore with the tide’s flow
As in a sack some thing washed in:
And lay amidst the shells
And pebbles of the shore read more »Emmanuel George Cefai