11. Waver - Poem by Eugene Issaus
In the center of the vast and boundless ocean,
Small ship, where do you want to go?
Struggling between roaring hills and valleys
Angry waves, swinging it to and fro
Under the dark sky and above the blue sea
Small ship, what do you wish to seek?
Sailing for ages, not yet come across a shelter
Islands either too rocky or barren
Actions, leaving long white lines behind
And disappears, and forgotten by time
Yet love and courage is all the fuel it needs
Traveling with hope, wavering for life.
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