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Poetry By: Luvving
Fan fiction

The sea took many lives one cold dark night but the ghosts of the past returned to make their presence felt.

Submitted:May 8, 2012    Reads: 10    Comments: 1    Likes: 1   

I comforted me by the darkened sea

The shore strewn with shells

That blinked at me

The moon high above

Glowed with florescent light

As the chilly breezes blew

There was no one else in sight

The dark waters whispered

The soft gentle tones

Of the seas own convictions

Of those who perished alone

I listened intently

As the echoes came through

The eerie screams of people

Who recreated the hell they went through.

I did all but cry

Still the tears drenched my cheeks

But something made me listen

As the sea cried with me

I know not what carnage

Destroyed that fearful night

The fishermen drowned

Never again to be in sight

The moon was still shining

Florescent the light

The shells on the seashore

Were now out of sight.

I turned to walk away

But turned around for one more look

There stood the big ship

That the sea tipped and took!


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