The Sea and its Glory
The Sea...yes I love its glory…
A huge bed of waves as it beautifully glistens in the sun.
Like a sheet of million diamonds twinkling across the horizon.
A breeze, a mist, a unique kind of lingering air.
Its colours deep blue, midnight blue, forest green and even emerald!
Pure bliss as it travels on endlessly.
Its sheer existence like a dream and forever.
The Sea…yes I love its glory…
It tells us many stories of a life beneath.
Ravishing creatures great and small.
Rare greenery and a colourful existence
Its presence enjoyed by all living on the earth.
A pure and natural indulgence!
A story of life, death, history, even one’s friend and one’s enemy in its deep and roaring continuation.
The Sea…yes I STILL love its glory
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