Dave Shemeley

Out To Sea - Poem by Dave Shemeley

Things are ever changing in the tide, I'm not one to runaway and hide
This current will take me many places, an open sea of positive faces
When the predators plan there attack, my fellow dolphins will have thy back
If they are lost due to this cruel land, this dolphin will have his final stand

Into the abyss of the ocean floor, never treat an opposite like a cheap ass whore
Great White Sharks and Killer Whales may be around, try your might to make this dolphin go down
See my image in the distant sun, know I'll be back before it's all done

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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