MOHAMMAD SKATI


One Sea And Many Waves - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI

The oceans are here and there, The seas everywhere, and The lakes too. Long waves, ebbs, tides, fish, short waves And a lot of things around are in the Presence of these big seas. Tankers, ships, boats, canoes, and a swimmer Are all in the seas'hug. Everything small when in the seas. Treasures left in the past, but A few people look for. All seas blue, red, dark, white, or Any thing else are the same. On earth a lot of seas and many waves. Many waves up and down, but The biggest and the roughest is called A tsunami. If you are in the sea or seas, never Get scared the you might be drowned. All waves come and never go back. Sometimes they take lives and Sometimes they bring new lives. I always see God's greatness when in seas. Long waves up and up, but down later. Short waves add a stronger wave. Never kidding when you're in the sea. Some they get dizzy when in the sea except The sailors who experienced the big seas. Long waves come zigzagged, but at the end they hit badly. Sharks, whales, and dolphins swim With the other fishes In the sea game. And waves long or short never stop, but A tsunami sweep all the waves and Never comes back. Many waves always come, but They share all the seas. A giant sea cannot stop one wave or waves Short or long or whatever. One sea and many waves. The longest wave is a wave and The shortest is called a wave. All waves are waves long or short. The sea is old and so its waves. One sea and many waves.


Poet's Notes about The Poem

The sea or seas are God's creation.The description of the case of a certain sea when waves shape themselves.

Comments about One Sea And Many Waves by MOHAMMAD SKATI

  • Rookie Imagine Whatif (9/16/2013 2:13:00 AM)

    it sounds like you miss the tsunami? ! masochist? ! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 19, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 5, 2013


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