Lutalican

The Sea

On a mountain, enveloped in peace

A cool breeze ran through the grass

A bee buzzed by, the leaves began to dance

The river bellow, reflected the sun like glass

 

On top of the world, up so high

Everything around, was candy for the eye

Surrounded by trees, feeling so free

 

Clouds close enough, to stretch and reach

A view of what only birds could see

The world so striking from upon that peak

 

It was there when she first sang to me

a distant whisper carried by the wind

It drew my attention when I heard her speak

 

Her voice slithered into my ear

wrapped around my mind

swirled within my thoughts

and tingled down my spine

 

In awe of her presence I could not part

It flowed through my veins

and crashed into my heart

It set me adrift but left with it an art

in which calmness did impart

In a life with a soul ready to depart

her beauty gave my spirit a restart

 

The sea, she was beckoning to me

So to her I flea’d for a fresh start

the crash of her waves, a siren’s song

lead me to where I belonged

 



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