DREAMS OF ATLANTIS

Poem by: Graeme Montrose

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Submitted: June 28, 2010

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DREAMS OF ATLANTIS
 
Ancient volumes musty smell
Mysteries do unfold
Scholar’s research comes to light
Traveling through times page
 
Cities in the sea I see
Like clouds they float on by
Warriors of the sea they were
Moving all as one
 
Powers from the gods endowed
Now ‘tis ages past
Once a nation above all
Riches, beauty, power
 
Envy of the world they were
Warriors ruled the seas
Lost through sin they disappeared
Pride corrupted them
 
Loosing faith in self they stood
Turning from the truth
Lost their records gone to all
Wisdom now all dust
 
Who remembers now their names?
Who their deeds do tell?
Swept beneath the seas of time
Buried ages past
 
A continent of art and love
Lost beneath the sea
Warriors of the seas they were
None now sing their name
 


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