Andrew Nawroski

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Sweet Siren Lullaby - Poem by Andrew Nawroski

Severn seas in tempest full
Sing sweet siren serenade
And blows a tune through pirates skull
To kill all that God ever made
Out it blasts in tornado force
Ripping out the ocean bed
Preparing to take its course
With souls of man and creature fed.

She waits now to take her fill
A smile to our ocean floor
Silent till all is still
Then up she roars to the very shore
A siren sweet deadly lullaby
Natures purest form
Myriad angels from the sky
A Mozart, Schubert, and Beethoven storm
To kill all who dare listen
Then when finished with a fair taste
And her brow a finest glisten
She gently recedes in silent haste.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 31, 2010

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