The Sea - Poem by Leslie Alexis
Glistening waters wait before me, traveling to all corners of the world
Waves bearing bountiful life smash against rock hurting not one, as they curled
In the distance the horizon of the world lay in sight, change, existence
One different that my own, or same, joined by wave bringing us recompense
Through words, ‘let it be’, was, and to this day is - immortality achieved
That though full of life cannot die in storm protector of his own. Conceived
It did the beginning for she was merely parted to give rise to flesh, man
Through a word from him above the sea obeyed, opened womb and gave birth to land.
First sign of obedience -The virtuous sea connects you and me: everywhere, everyone
And she flowed and had continued to flow—now, and since the very first morn...
Copyright © 2009 Leslie Alexis
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