See the bright sea?
Shining bright so peacefuly?
Flowing fast and going free?
Glowing green and folding themes?
See, can you see?
The sea that I see?
The beast and the beauty?
The depth of memories?
A light is at the waves
Shining through the covers
Cutting light it shaves
As the waves wave by
A cold layer on my face
Ice of salty taste
Sailing under sea
A sailors been misplaced
Slowly lowing through
Fish walk by and moo
Stare at me with eyes
Red and fangs that bite
Sucked out of cold tavern
I rise from the giant wave
To the surface of my wrecked ship
See the bright sea
Shing bright so peacefuly
Flowing fast and goin free
Glowing green in folding themes
See, I can see
The sea that I see
The beast and the beauty
A depth of memories.
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