Treasure Island

Mel F.R.


The Ocean’s Power


The dark ocean waves,
clashing amongst each other,
above the ocean floor
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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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