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The sea parted,
As if by Moses’ own hands.
To let the Semites out
And keep Egypt in.
Step by step,
Slide by slide,
The Semites leave their home
To escape from Egypt’s side
The sea turned an awful tan color
Under the beating of the setting sun.
It’s rays exposing the escaping Jews,
Rushing from what was once their homeland.
They spill out of Egypt into the sea,
Moses slicing through the water with power
Unknown to any other man
(Who gave him the right to this power?)
Rush, rush! Feet keep quick pace
Escape, escape! It’s ...