P.H.Rose

Be Brave despite the storm...

Be Brave despite the storm...

Many many yeas ago I sailed the high high sea,
And through a storm we had to go the ship the crew and me.
Although a thousand tonnes it weighed she still was thrown around.
The sea that night was such a fright an attempt to shore was bound.
Up and down the waves we crashed to many times to count,
It seem as this would be the end as we couldn't turn about.
I went on deck and hollered at, the waves, the swell, the storm,
I told it that I'm not afraid we wouldn't see the morn.
Then all at once the sea turned calm, the wind it disappeared,
The sun came out,the sky turned blue and land then just appeared.
The moral is when things seem lost, hope can just appear,
All you need is to be brave and hold your faith so near.

Comments6

  • Fay Slimm

    I admire the account of dangers at sea - it often needs bravery on the part of those sailing.An inspiring message P.H. - the sea can be a savage mistress and living alongside it in Cornwall U.K. it's changing moods awe me daily. An absorbing read.

    • P.H.Rose

      Thank you Fay

    • Michael Edwards

      Really got drawn into this - super piece of writing.

      • P.H.Rose

        Thank you so much
        Michael... it means
        So much coming from
        You...

      • Christina8

        Your poem gave me the chills. Excellent job! Enjoyable read.

        • P.H.Rose

          Thank you so
          Much Chrissy
          For that lovely
          Comment

        • Tony36

          Great write thank you for sharing

          • P.H.Rose

            My absolute
            Pleasure Tony.
            thanks

            • Tony36

              Welcome

            • elsiewarrenswords

              Love it!!

              • P.H.Rose

                Thank you so much Elsie

              • Phoenix8523

                Superb metaphor! -- phoenix

                • P.H.Rose

                  Thank you Phoenix
                  I knew you'd get it..



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