Ocean Song

Poem By Robin Shuler

Sing a little song,
Just an itty bitty ditty,
About the rolling boom
Of the ocean’s lull and gloom.

Sing a little song,
Hum a simple tune,
That reminds you of the sea
And all that she may be.

Sing a little song,
Tap an unknown beat,
To sway the stars above
And steal the ocean from her love.

Sing a little song,
A sweeter melody.
Let’s coax the waves to shore -
Inspiring new lore.

Sing a little song,
Create some fancy notes,
That tempt the moon to land,
And we’ll dance on golden sand.

Sing a little song,
Drum an unheard rhythm,
About the sea’s unending keen
And all that she has seen.

Sing a little song,
A peaceful lullaby,
That speaks of pleasant ages
And soothes the ocean’s rages.

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