Marian Hallet

(Los Angeles, California)

To The Mighty Sea - Poem by Marian Hallet

Savage were white foaming billows
As the tempest bellowed and roared.
Fierce were those gusty gales
As untamed waves lashed the shore!

Death claimed every sailor.
Their ship sank 'neath the sea.
Pirates ' treasure vanished
For Eternity.

Woe to those men! Foolhardy men
(Who tried to conquer the Sea!)
In the end, all men on earth must
bow
To Her Mighty Majesty!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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