The Sea, an original poem
Blue skies stretch forever
Shimmering oceans so innocent
Nothing but a summer calm
The sun above, luminescent
But wait! Darkness looms ahead
Bubbles churn and storm clouds rained
Black waters rise and rant
The sea, so restless, rules untamed
Roaring, raging, it reaches for the coast
Waves heighten, almost crashing
Boom! Day plunges into night
Sea clawing at the land in lashings
Menacing waves taunt sailors
Their appetite aflame
As water thunders into houses
The sea, so wild, rules untamed
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