My Bond With The Ocean

My Bond With The Ocean short poem

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The voyage on the vast seas,
The azure skies,
The tranquility of nature,
Blooms my eyes.

The archipelago of islands,
We come across,
Never ends,
Vanquished all my remorse.

The zephyrs,
I feel,
Soaring above me,
Make my dreams come real.

Even the voices,
Of gulls can be heard,
Singing soothing notes,
Sing more bird!

My golden water glistens,
As she basks under the twilight,
Expressing her happiness,
By rejuvenating, under the moonlight.

My soul rose,
With vitality,
Oh the ocean,
This can’t be reality.

I wish,
I could stay here,
For now,
Over there,
I’m one,
With the ocean.

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