~wayward Sea~ - Poem by Sinnaminsun Sinnaminsun
With a sigh falls morning's dew
the knight retracts and day's anew,
The blushing sky has worn her height
with weary eye and thorny light.
Spears the ground up high she reigns
comes pelting down not once refrains,
In golden fleece around she spins
glowing skies sea on mistral winds.
She wonders why above her all
the stars have strayed, for him they fall,
Unto the knight granting his wish
cloaking her skies to blackened pitch.
Then sprinkle sparkle through his nights
alighting fire flies deepest brights,
Stirring her winds, setting day's coarse
Knight's wayward sea flows no remorse.
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