Poems About: SEA
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325.Legend of the Sea
Many years ago
A story was told to me
About a mighty Triton
And his Goddess of the sea read more »Hazelmarie Elliott
326.The Man By The Sea
He who lived in the house by the sea,
had withdrawn... utterly.
He who shuttered windows tightly,
and locked the door so solidly read more »Dennis Lambert
327.An Angel in the Water
Like The Goddess of the Sea
Like A Mermaid In Heaven
Shrouded in the icy blue sea, accompanied by the sun phoenix's rays lingering and dancing in the water,
She hides in the water where the sun glared into the sea, read more »RyuOh Kenshin
328.A sailor's captive
I am here. Trapped on the shore for eternity
I strain to hear the sea…restrained it was and denied to me
Sailor O sailor I ache for the music of the waves outside your sea
Ever since the day I left your sail and stayed here read more »sally sh.
329.Waiting and Wishing
I loiter by this surging sea,
Here, by this surging, sooming sea,
Here, by this wailing, wild-faced sea,
Dreaming through the dreamy night; read more »Henry Kendall
330.under the sea...
I wait for the spring
as I lay down under the sea
feet bound, read more »Khalid Hameed
WIND of the North, O far, wild wind
Born of a far, lone sea--
When suns are soft and breezes kind
Why are you kin to me? read more »Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
332.Song Of Kuno Kohn's Longing
The folds of the sea crash like whips on my skin.
And the stars of the sea tear me apart. read more »Alfred Lichtenstein
All his life in his sun-burnt boat he is out there
on the sea, read more »RAJ NANDY
334.A Sea Blue
In Gods image there is you.
All while standing in a sea of blue. read more »Kim Blahut
335.Solace For M lady Helen Unknown
The surging tides that ebb and flow
I watch them come I watch them go.
The rolling waters of the sea, read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
336.Sea and oceans
I trust in the sea.
I trust in the deep blue seas and oceans.
I trust in these becuase they can help me.
They can take me out of this world. read more »Amy Louise Kerswell