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Meenu Alex


Jennifer Was a Sea Nymph


I had known Jennifer during the degree
She was the one who laughed in wild ecstasy
When the sea wind ruffled her hair
The ship was named after her
For the captain always remembered
How she laughed standing against the wind
In the front top point of the ship
Hairs in the air like a sea fairy
Hands extended towards the waters with passion
She was in love with the sea and the ship
She could be in the real self only there
She was a sea spirit incarnated
I still have her in mind
As one who fills the pages, with her
laughter and free spirit!

Submitted: Sunday, May 08, 2011
Edited: Sunday, May 08, 2011

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  • Rookie - 893 Points Kee Thampi (5/11/2011 11:46:00 PM)

    A galaxy of dreams filled with twinkle of love to the sea....she may be a poet of poet
    The ship was named after her
    For the captain always remembered
    How she laughed standing against the wind
    In the front top point of the ship
    Hairs in the air like a sea fairy
    Hands extended towards the waters with passion
    She was in love with the sea and the ship
    She could be in the real self only there
    She was a sea spirit incarnated.....
    My hearet and soul is filled with golden world to travel.. (Report) Reply

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