By The Eyes Of The Shore - Poem by David Harrison
Scattered remnants of a distant ship,
Held on to by the eyes of the shore.
Am I the only one left?
As the storm took them all.
The captain sinks with a glimpse,
Of a world he once morned.
Yet the captain whispers for something to hold onto,
As he recognises what could be once more.
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