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Diving in the depth of your silence
Down there lies a fleet of shipwrecks
Each corner of them holds a scratch
Croaking the stories of your old sailings
To far away shores.


I want to sooth them all
And build new different worlds
to explore them all with you



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The sweet is never as sweet without the sour, and I know the sour which allows me to appreciate the sweet.


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The following comments are for "The Sea Inside"
by fairgrace

Unfairly diving
Ahh. Sailors telling salty stories. Nice images here. I don't think this sailor wants to talk or he would freely give up his secrets at pillow time. Sometimes, guys just don't want to talk. You might regret plumbing the depths of his soul only to come up with a few diseased sponges. Scars are best left alone. Share a bottle of merlot instead, it's more fun.

williamhill

( Posted by: williamhill [Member] On: August 9, 2011 )

Hiba's exploration
greetings from sunny FLA..

Hope all is hunky dory in your world..

"The sea has neither meaning nor pity." - Anton Chekhov

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: August 9, 2011 )

Hearts in Disrepair
There's a mermaid's moon out tonight...
Pirates...!
Beware...!
For sunken Hearts
Like sunken ships
Lie in disrepair

( Posted by: awhippingflame [Member] On: October 9, 2011 )

the voyage?
http://www.lit.org/view/44292

( Posted by: Tamir [Member] On: April 16, 2017 )





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