Isabel Lavender

Rookie (06-09-1967 / Aalborg (Denmark))

Stormy Weather - Poem by Isabel Lavender

Suddenly a storm full night a ship appeared in the horizon
Dark clouds and frozen rain drops made my body wizen

A choir of mermaids was singing from an ancient time
A pirate ship with only ghosts on board started to mime

A killer wave icy cold and as big as the Babel tower
Appeared out of no where with unbeatable power

A shipwreck sunk to the bottom of the spooky sea
I felt so alone and desperate and wondered; why me

I prayed to God please don’t let me die on this night
I promise from now on always to do everything right

Then a beautiful contemporary voice started to scream
I was shivering in bedlam and woke up from a dream

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 4, 2008

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