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Death at Sea

Updated on May 4, 2012
A beautiful butterfly on my flower garden!
A beautiful butterfly on my flower garden! | Source


Oh mighty oceans, that beat upon the shores, that stretch out along the sands, of the world we all explore.

Such power always in motion, rolling towards shore, in quantity and proportion.

Some days it is calm, and other days it is very blue.

But always in motion, yet always feels nice and cool.

The surface is deceiving, like a clown behind a mask.

But when we sink below the surface, we see another world, that is quite deep and vast.

There are many body's of water around the world, that hold onto many secrets, like they were a carribean pearl.

The mysteries of the seas, fill the many libraries, of the story's we cannot resist, we can sit for hours reading, yet cannot imagine, how these times really did exist.

Ships of old, and even ships of pleasure, trying to cross over these, sometimes hidden treasures.

Not having fear of sinking into the depths, until the terror of death comes upon them, and the water covers their decks.

Now it is their turn, as history must go on, they have become a story of mystery, as time continues to present itself, in our sunrises and our dawns.

Many have died there, in the depths of the darkness, and must have felt relieved when it came time, to walk into the light.

What a relief it must have been, to realize that they will never ever have to suffer again, the horror and the freight.

And they will spend eternity basking in the light.

Our journey's aren't always easy, even sometimes in death we are still being tested.

But when time comes and it is our moment to go, rest assured, He is there with us, and He will always let us know!

My flower garden.
My flower garden. | Source


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      Bonitaanna 5 years ago from Oil City, PA

      Thank you CM Castro, for your very nice comment. I don't have a language barrier. I think you had me mixed up with the person who I was answering. You are very sweet and kind to post a comment, I will surely visit your site. I am fairly new, only been on Hubpages 2 months, and am getting to know people. Thanks again!

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      Christina M. Castro 5 years ago from Baltimore,MD USA

      I think this hub is beautiful. I am impressed with how well you write. I believe there is no language barrier in your writing. I look forward to reading more of your hubs, and I encourage you to never feel that you have a language barrier. I hope you will read my hubs, too.

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      Bonitaanna 5 years ago from Oil City, PA

      Thank you for commenting

      "Wewillmake" I can see you don't speak very much English! Is that so?

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      wewillmake 5 years ago from kerala-INDIA

      There is many mystories related to ocean. Its a best subject to write.

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      Bonitaanna 5 years ago from Oil City, PA

      Thank you gail641. I was so surprised to see someone has commented already. I just wrote that in the last hour and thought it would be good to publish it. I had 2 aunts die on the Titanic. I took the photos, I love photography, and live on 10 acres and do enjoy taking pictures around here. Thank again for you very nice comment.

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      Gail Louise Stevenson 5 years ago from Mason City

      The oceans make interesting subject matter for hubs. There are lots of mysteries in the depths of the oceans. There has been a lot of people who've died in the oceans like The Titanic for one. Very interesting. The photos of the flowers are very pretty with the butterflies.