The Ocean's Our Sanctuary - Poem by Soren Valentine
Tomorrow I know I may die,
tonight the trees may fall.
Tomorrow corpses may lie,
but tonight I follow Love's call.
A new world exists within us,
where blue waves cover the sky,
our fears are blown by wind gusts,
and there's no need to say goodbye.
As we run through trees entwined,
we see there is no need to weep.
Our sanctuary we will find,
down in the deepest sleep.
We runaway somewhere far,
as we look at the night sea,
under the moon-bow and stars,
from our sea of love shadows will flee.
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