Timothy Long

Veteran Poet - 1,210 Points (September 11 1996 / Auburn, New York)

The Wisdom Of The Sea - Poem by Timothy Long

the wisdom of the sea is better than you think, and it will be gone before you can blink, their parents the bitterest of enemies, but them the sweetest of friends, they in truth were supposed to hate each other, she and her mother are wisdom, he and his father are the sea, many thought how could this come to be, but many trails of journeys and fights filled with betrayal and frights gotten them together alright, rival for her love was his enemy and friend, she having an oddesy just to chose, pride and loyalty are their personal flaws, in all the myths and tales thier love was the telling of the times, yet rivalrys and insults are all around, difficulties spring and strangle each others mood, the tale was a meetings of youth's and yet years of friendship equals love, although wisdom is different then power, the romance was a battle of a hunt and challenge, even if they didnt know or comprehend, each of us deep down go a little insane sometimes and thiers an evil side, but true love makes that side dissaper and pure our souls, they met at camp through attack and the droolness of sleep, she as blonde as the calofornia sun with peircig grey eyes that anaylize your every movement, black unatamable hair with eyes the color of the sea, one's dumb but the others intelligent, the grief was unexpandable of a young life, their vicorys are certain and vauge, with values and a little bit of luck they will survive, an accidental friendship blooms into true love for wisdoms with the sea is truly unatamable you see.

Topic(s) of this poem: romance

Form: Epic

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about 2 demigods

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