A Vast Ocean

Poem By Carmina Abrenica

The ocean is but wide and deep
Time and again, the breeze blows a ripple
At night, it may be as quiet as a sleep
Anchored in the abyss, the water is stable

Days may bring tides high or low
Footprints in the sand come to and fro
A captain we are of our own veer
Forward we go afloat the ocean sheer

Life is a vast ocean, undoubtedly
Its immeasurable depth serves as the hurdles
Amid storms, its surface gleams with beauty
Mirroring the blue sky, it reveals its speckles

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Dear Carmina, such a marvelous write.....10+++++++++++++

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