SEA POEMS

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  • 265.
    With The Wind

    'Twas when the wind was blowing from the billow-breaking sea,
    The grey and stormy sea, I heard her calling me,
    And in the woods and on the ways where leaves were whirling down,
    And weeds were rustling brown,
    I caught a glimpse of face and feet, a glimmer of her gown.

    And there between the forest and a strip of wandering sea,
    Of dark and dreaming sea, I heard her laugh at me;
    And, oh! her voice was bugle-wild as are the wind and rain,
    And drew my heart again
    With all the lures of all the past and joy more keen than pain.

    Upon a fir-dark hilltop by the sunset-jewelled sea,
    The old and wrinkled sea, she shook her hair at me,
    And I caught a misty shimmer of her frosty gown and veil,
    And her hand waved rosy pale,
    And my heart was fain to follow her upon the old-time trail.

    Within a ferny hollow by the mermaid-calling sea,
    The far and foaming sea, she turned her face to me:
    Again I saw her beauty; and again she held me fast,
    As she'd held me in the past,
    And let her wild heart beat to mine as beats the autumn blast.

    Beside a rib of wreckage by the tempest-haunted sea,
    The sad and severing sea, she bade good-bye to me:
    Oh, paler than the foam her face, and wilder than the night,
    When not a star gives light,
    And rain and wind and winter sweep like harpies from the height.

    Oh, she who joined her gipsy joy to sorrow of the sea,
    The gaunt and ghostly sea, will come again to me:
    When Autumn leads the wild-fowl home and lights, like wandering gleams,
    The camp-fires of her dreams,
    Again my heart shall hear her call upon the gale that streams. read more »

  • 266.
    The Flowers of the Sea

    Tasting the pleasures
    Of the ocean currents,
    I find pearls
    Black and white, read more »

  • 267.
    From His Body Chalice

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  • 268.
    The Hungry Sea

    The Hungry Sea.

    The fog descends and spitefully blots out the harsh reality.
    Of the hidden rocks and shoals that lie in wait to drown poor souls read more »

  • 269.
    in a crowd, in a sea of people

    in a crowd of people, in a sea of people
    you can just be a wooden sail, and sail like
    there are no people in there, in the sea of people,
    you can just be yourself, like they do not exist, read more »

  • 270.
    Gannets

    I've never once seen them on land though from the shore I see
    Them with folded wings from dizzy heights diving into the sea
    And then they rise out of the waves and upwards again fly
    These hunters of the ocean who stalk their prey from the sky. read more »

  • 271.
    Landlubbers

    I nigh drops dead (the bo'sun said)
    When the gist of things I grip
    In the land by these 'ere Southern seas
    As I seen on my long last trip.
    They seems a joke, them curious folk
    Wot bides at the blue sea's lip,
    Whose wealth is made in a world-wide trade
    Landlubbers all wot seems afraid,
    For they ain't got a deep-sea ship.

    No, they ain't got a deep-sea ship, they ain't,
    For their 'earts ain't with the blue,
    Tho' they claims the seed of the tough sea breed,
    Like Drake, an' me an' you.
    On their isle sea-girt they farms the dirt
    Of a fertile coastal strip;
    But they seems afraid of a sea-borne trade
    An' the hauls their British fathers made,
    For they ain't got a deep-sea ship.

    Sea born an' bred (the bo'sun said)
    As man an' boy I been
    Nigh every place on earth's broad face,
    An' all the seas atween;
    But I ne'er 'ave spoke such curious folk
    As I seen on this 'ere trip,
    Who seeks for marts in furrin parts,
    Yet for blue water have no hearts;
    For they ain't got a deep-sea ship.

    No, they ain't got a deep-sea ship, they ain't;
    An' it don't seem like they care,
    For they 'ands the job to any ole yob
    Wot makes a landfall there.
    In tramp an' tub they ships their grub
    Aw, it fair gives me the pip!
    They've wool an' wine, an' corn an' kine,
    An' the carryin' trade would suit 'em, fine,
    But they ain't got a deep-sea ship! read more »

  • 272.
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    in a crowd of people, in a sea of people
    you can just be a wooden sail, and sail like
    there are no people in there, in the sea of people,
    you can just be yourself, like they do not exist, read more »

  • 273.
    MAJED AND THE BLUE SEA

    The sea's pretty eyes are blue, but Majed's pretty eyes are green, The sea is pretty and a good Friend of the pretty Majed read more »

  • 274.
    I Feel Like The Sea-Gull

    I feel like the sea-gull
    That wanders the ocean-waves calm or tossed
    With tempests in mid-Ocean or sea-shore:
    I am the sea-gull read more »

  • 275.
    Lovers By The Sea

    Sometimes only the sea makes sense to me
    All the morose of the world dissipates
    Waves and tide seem so divine
    Salt air and old fishing boats read more »

  • 276.
    The Seafarer's Diary; Berceuse: #5

    The daylight beckons
    Like a frail beacon:
    A tired sentry
    Unabashed from this onslaught. read more »

New Sea Poems

  1. Sea Never Sleeps, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  2. The sea of love, Mario,Lucien,Rene Odekerken
  3. The Sea said 'Come' to the Brook, Emily Dickinson
  4. THE TREACHEROUS SEA, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  5. THE PRETTY SEA AND THE HARD ROCKS, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  6. Arabian sea., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  7. I am in the sea, gajanan mishra
  8. The Sea, Aaron Welch
  9. Sussex By The Sea, William Ward Higgs
  10. DIFFERENT SEAS, BUT THEY ARE LOVELY, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  11. A Sea No Longer Clean, Phil Marks
  12. Sea With Sea, gajanan mishra
  13. ~Seven Seas~, Anoushka Sinha
  14. North Atlantic, Carl Sandburg
  15. Ode To The Sea, Hathy Tong
  16. Soft Seas, Martin Kloess
  17. Senryu Deep Ocean, Heather Burns
  18. The moon by slow degrees, Emmanuel George Cefai
  19. Stone Story, Cathy Shao
  20. SWIMMING AGAINST THE CURRENT IS RISKY, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  21. Like The Sky, Like The Sea, Elisa Debot
  22. THE PRETTY MEDITERRANEAN SEA, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  23. The sea is here in me, gajanan mishra
  24. One Sea and Many Waves, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  25. The Deep Blue Sea, Peter S. Quinn
  26. Your Heart, ali naghavi
  27. THE SEA TO SEE, Dónall Dempsey
  28. The Life It Once Had, Lux Lator
  29. Oh Sailor Sails To The Shore!, Ezna Stephna
  30. That blue sea..., DEEP DARK SOUL POET
  31. 'Sea' verse, Susanta Pattnayak
  32. Sea Keeps, gajanan mishra
  33. Sea, gajanan mishra
  34. The Seafarer's Diary; Berceuse: #1, Windsor Guadalupe Jr
  35. Y... Elegant Violence, Aufie Zophy
  36. Sea Dragons, Kaci Tami
  37. Ashore, ashore with the tide’s flow, Emmanuel George Cefai
  38. The Sea is a Salty Road, Norm Milstein
  39. CALM SEE, Aldo Kraas
  40. Sailing the Graviton Seas, Jerry Behr Number 2
  41. Our Thatched House, Naveed Akram
  42. SEA PLANT, Aldo Kraas
  43. SEA CHILD, Aldo Kraas
  44. FLOWER OF THE SEA, Aldo Kraas
  45. The sea never assassinates its friends, Naji Almurisi
  46. The Sea-Bird's Song, John Gardiner Calkins Brainard
  47. sea secrets, nicole rassbach
  48. Soothing Sea Sounds, Aufie Zophy
  49. white and black, Koi piano
  50. ME AND THE SEA, RIC S. BASTASA
  51. Sea Fishing Off the Jetty, Mark R Slaughter
  52. LADY DIVER, Aldo Kraas
  53. To Sea! To Sea!, Thomas Lovell Beddoes
  54. Marsh Song -- At Sunset., Sidney Lanier
  55. Will You, penyair aja
  56. Wallace Stevens, Dejan Stojanovic
  57. Blue Sea, Kenya GreEN eYeS Mallett
  58. some sea-thoughts, indira babbellapati
  59. A DEEP SEA MYSTERY STILL THERE!, Ramesh T A
  60. When Sun kissed the Sea, Dave Tanwar
  61. The Boat and The Sea, Hanh My Nguyen
  62. () |() |() bEternity at Sea/b, Annie Cordelia Adams
  63. THE SEVEN SEAS OF WONDER, BRUCE MARTONE
  64. The Beach, Ashley Kenny
  65. apostrophe, Annie Cordelia Adams
  66. The Sorrows Of the Seas, Samantha Guinen
  67. SEA, dr. ram sharma
  68. b() |() |() Eternity at Sea II.., Annie Cordelia Adams
  69. MIRROR, chidubem okeke
  70. The Sea(1994-1995), Lillian B. Rose
  71. Travel Haiku - The Dead Sea, john tiong chunghoo
  72. Sea Facts!, Sylvia Chidi
  73. STAR OF THE SEA, Aldo Kraas
  74. The Sea, Ann Louisa
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