Poems About: OCEAN
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13.The Ocean I know!
I know it to be true
That the ocean sea is blue
I know it to be true read more »Sylvia Chidi
14.An oceans heart
Tears fallin on sunny shores
deep into the ocean lye cried out hearts.
Softly crashing against eachother.
Washing emotions up onto the sand. read more »mandy williams
But words that are said to reach you,
They can reach across an ocean, read more »Batibchar Mocculta
16.NONE SEE THE BEAUTY OF THE OTHER
A thirsty oarsman
Took a gulp of sea water
And spit it on the ocean's face.
The ocean was irritated read more »Vadakkumpurath Ramesan
17.EDUCATION -AN OCEAN
Dean of the students is
The cloud that fills the ocean.
Educator of the novice is
The salt in the ocean. read more »harika kuncham
18.Tsunami Aftermath-Lividly living corpse
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it was an ocean of unprecedented misery; with the wrath of the inexplicably crippling disaster transforming every trace of robust innocence into a mortuary of stinking death,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it was an ocean of hapless uncertainty; as boundless number of impeccable heads stared in distraught disbelief; for relentless hours towards empty sky, read more »Nikhil Parekh
19.The Ocean’s Power
The dark ocean waves,
clashing amongst each other,
above the ocean floor
that dose not have a bother read more »Mel F.R.
Such a beautiful place
Where the water hits each other and the sand,
Where the birds chirp, when they sing there song, read more »Bobby Pate J.r.
21.Across The Ocean
traveled through the lost
showered in the mist
purple skies blue
sparks among the ocean read more »James Bost
22.Ocean Of Tears
Come take my hands
and lift me up
from this ocean of tears. read more »Marites C. Cayetano
Oceans whisper their whimsical waterfalls
windblown, meandering the shorelines periphery read more »Kim van Breda
24.I See An Ocean
I see an ocean, with ferocious waves
Big as a tornado, thunderous like a volcano
I see an ocean, carnivorous and loud
Killing people with a fright read more »Jazz Christopher