D. Joyce

(Lewisham, London)

Secrets Of The Sea - Poem by D. Joyce

The world has many wonders
The earth the sea and sky
How did it all begin
It makes you wonder why

White foam upon the ocean
Waves rolling silently ashore
Its almost like hearing music
Come right from the oceans floor

Sun beams dance on the waters
Spraying gold amongst the foam
Nature can be quite beautiful
And your thoughts begin to roam

Oh a lovely summers day
You can drift on a sea of dreams
Seaqulls flying overhead
So tranquil and serene

The sea holds many secrets
Another world it seems
So many species live there
Like living submarines.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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