O Goldhaven!

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This poem is about how an old sailor yearns to sail again with his old ship Goldhaven. Enjoy!

Submitted: May 24, 2008

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O, Goldhaven!

Sail the sea with ease

When you’ve got Goldhaven under knee.

She can take you any place you please,

The giant born from trees.

So smile, sing!

As the gentle breeze rings.

More beauty than any lady

And stronger than any lad.

Her white, billowing hair,

Her tanned skin, bare.

So sing, smile!

For Goldhaven’s beauty surpasses many a mile.

O, how I long to see Her swim once again!

Awakened from Her slumber with a deafening roar,

Liberated from Her prison, Her shackles, Her moor.

But still smile, sing!

Though She is gone, one can still dream.


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