Treasure Island

Mel F.R.


The Ocean’s Power


The dark ocean waves,
clashing amongst each other,
above the ocean floor
that dose not have a bother

Not a worry in its nonexistent mind,
not a care, but only to its swimming friends,
but when a disaster strikes
the creatures will fear there world is at end

But not for any to fear,
the ocean has a special power,
a power that humans can not comprehend,
so unique it causes them to cower

The ocean releases its power to heal all,
to heal, from the dark waves to the ocean floor,
the process may take from days to centuries,
but when all is done, it is left for all to adore.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, July 13, 2010

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  • Karen Gonzalez-videla (8/7/2013 6:43:00 PM)

    This poem is totally magnificent. I am a super fan of the ocean and I will always be. This poem really touch the depth of my heart. I put it on my favorite poems list :) (Report) Reply

  • Taylor Lakke (8/8/2012 10:30:00 PM)

    TO: Mel F. R.
    FROM: Taylor Lakke, author

    I am writing my first fiction book called A Heart for the Ocean. In the book there is a memorial service honoring a Mermaid. I would like to use your poem The Ocean's Power as a reading at that ceremony. May I have your written permission to use this poem in this book? I will refer to everyone that you are the author of this poem in the text of this book. In the credits of the book I will mention you, your poem and your website. I will also mail you a copy of my paperback book once it is published. Currently, my book is in the process of being edited. (Report) Reply

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