Majesty Mermaid

(4-11-92 / Sequentia Sea)

MAJESTY MERMAID BY THE SEA


Little baby Majesty mermaid splashing in the sea,

swimming around as free as can be.

Letting the ocean’s wave’s float you to shore,

hoping to win the heart,

of a earth boy who totally adores,

You;

deep down to your soul.

Once he has his eyes on you,

he hears a sacred note,

totally mezmorized

he crashes his little boat.

Now he is all yours

for you have saved his life,

from the misery of his aloneness

& mortal plight.

For he’s is sad and can’t express,

all his depressing thoughts of total unhappiness.

Now with you he see’s magic in your eyes,

finally hearing your sweet voice totally mezmorize.

All of the romantic thoughts he has

starts to spin in his head,

he offers you his hand so that you may wed.

Turning himself into a merman to be with you,

living in joy with both your hearts so true.



Written by Suzae Chevalier on Jan.26,2011

Submitted: Monday, October 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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