The Bewitching Sea - Poem by Perry England
The many marvels of the Sea I love
As do her creatures and those above
Who find solace by swooping down for closer looks.
Of the mystical lady, authors have written books.
Through ages men have gone down to the Sea,
Found strange and wonderful things for you and me.
The beautiful bewitching Sea hides us in embrace
To protect us from harm, The Sea is a Lady of grace.
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