Sea to Cross.. (my tribute to friends)

young boy , sea , sand

Far ahead, where i can see

It ate the sun, so vast is “SEA”

I have a  “prone to sunk” broken boat,

Accompanying  my wayward thoughts.

These marks i have left on the sand

soon they will dis appear

so will be the anxiety, and my fear.

i have a sea to cross..

but let me feel my feet first

it would be dark, till i reach,

because i have whales to face

and i have waves to breach,

the sand is dusty, path is rusty

but i am born to win..

i have a sea to swim..

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18 thoughts on “Sea to Cross.. (my tribute to friends)

  1. If you are who you appear to be then “Heart Aroused by David Whyte applies. If you are not, then I need hyperlinks to explain in short. I have to go a bit long:

    The reason I liked your “rich appearing” friend before you is because Markov’s Chain popped in my head for no reason. I’m not smart enough to understand the equations. I don’t do drugs or drink, but I am you, born in a different time and place Same rabbit hole. I don’t know if this makes sense My head went into overload. I loved what I looked at and will hit your likes if that is what you crave. Freaking Kismet hit me again or the computer gods doing a matchmaking service, but I admit I am part sexist pig and rather get a paired with Circe. I’m starting to think the Matrix is real; maybe I did go nuts. Sorry for the length and crazy talk, but I mean no one any harm even the females who disprove in my sexist stuff if they knew the why. Thanks for the like, but I just want my puzzle to make sense. Likes may improve my PageRank, but I’m still not up to Markov’s game. If this makes a bit of sense make comment on my blog. I do like.

  2. Your “dis appear” allusion and link sent my mind spinning. Look for Dis in my blog and you might see why. “Dis” as in Dis Pater, the Roman god = rich father
    You also have the Dis, the fate goddesses or Kismet and my interesting research on Disney. See Kismet. A few other things set me off. Search engines use Markov Chains and I suspect that is the reason you landed on my post. Odd similarities improve the improbable odds. Sorry for the incoherent message. Look at he book I mentioned, if you didn’t already know about it.

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