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That blue sea... Poem by DEEP DARK SOUL POET

The waves are splashing against the cloud mountains
I stop and listen as I take a drink from life's fountain.

The clouds roll in on me so heavily
I feel the rains presence as I hear to the roaring sea.

That blue sea that takes you in and washes you away
To somewhere you may or may not want to stay.

That blue sea that you look in for answers
that blue ocean that questions your questions

or gives you an answer within a question
That blue sea that leaves your thoughts

within its deep blue content.
That feeling it gives leaving you absent...

of what could happen as that blue sea waves.
Washing away the thoughts and emotion you felt

That blue sea that your secrets swim within
That blue sea you float in continuously

That blue sea of reality.

where the dolphins are swimming
while the sunlight is dimming.

as they swim across the blue open sea...
you realize the dolphin that you are meant to be.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 15, 2012

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