Peter S. Quinn


The Flowers of the Sea


Tasting the pleasures
Of the ocean currents,
I find pearls
Black and white,
All different to my eyes.

Back and forth
The flowers of the sea,
Totally different.

Giving hidden meanings.

Back and forth
The flowers of the sea,
Totally different.

Always coming new
Giving each their pleasure,
With the blooming shades
Of the watchful sea,
Colors like the rainbow.

Back and forth
The flowers of the sea,
Totally different.

Billows wide and blue
Splitting into dark,
Crossing every surface
Under the ocean,
Under the green blue ocean.

Back and forth
The flowers of the sea,
Totally different.

Mermaids on the rocks,
Sea monsters in the dark,
Knowing every coast,
Swimming to every sea.

Billows wide and blue
Splitting into dark,
Crossing every surface
Under the ocean,
Under the green blue ocean.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 03, 2007
Edited: Thursday, February 10, 2011

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