Gabriel Gauci Maistre

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The Guardian - Poem by Gabriel Gauci Maistre

There's a legend of a man who lived beneath the sea
He's a fisher of men - A last hope for all those who have been left behind
He is known as the guardian
A man who would give up his all so that others could live
A man who has given up his own so that I may keep mine
Records do not matter to this man
He does not count those he has saved
But rather those he has lost
He is known to never let go
And I have seen it with my own eyes
But there was a time where he had to let go
And as I grasped onto his hand
He forced himself to let go
So that my life would be saved
I wonder sometimes if he truly does live beneath the sea
But I do tell you one thing
I am here to live on his legend

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 18, 2012

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