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A Poem about the Sea
By Justin Axiak
Some seas are lively Some seas are dead
Some are breathtaking And some full of dread
The vastness of the ocean is So big and never-ending
More things to be discovered Are constantly pending
In the great shallows of the coral reefs Shoals of fish look for their need
Searching…and searching For something on which to feed
In the depths of the sea It’s a whole different story
Some facts of the deep are rarely believed
So strange…so improbable
And still are left things which you have not yet perceived
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