Sea Beauty - Poem by Siddic Nagdee
A simmering of the blue oceans deep,
blossoming in the glitter of the sun's ray.
Its golden beam a reflection of blinding,
circling the waters at light of day.
Of winds a mild breeze anchoring on shore,
and sands in whirls flying in unseen dust.
Waves of gentle crest running ashore,
retracting back and forth in foams of slush.
A name scribed on wet sand left to dry.
Loneliness of a wayfarer's thoughts.
Hidden along far from untouched tides,
survival of it, is all it's worths
A bird of the sea racing across,
way past those words of one's heed.
it's destination in search of food,
of desperation in time of need.
The likend of peace so engrossed,
as the sea continues to follow it's own route.
determined only by the change in tide,
day in and day out of the same and solemn smooth.
The beauty of life's creation on earth's crust.
Only but one third of it on embodied on sand.
The blue waters relentltless to imagine,
that harbors the balance of life not on land.
The wayfarer long has made a departure,
another or two or more may come along soon.
This to admire the vastness of the ocean
In their quest for marvelling it's great zoom.
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