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Basking on raggedRocks, amassed with smashed wrecks, theseCreatures, lure ships, thatPass their abandoned cove, withDeadly, beautiful singing
Jaden and Margo charted a boat to go deep-sea diving for a day. Then the storm came out of nowhere with insane winds and frequent thunder. The boat's captain would not make it.
The boat was shipwrecked, The sails were badly torn, Blood was splattered on the maindeck, Yet I was calm through the storm. Half the crew was missing, And the other half was still aboard.
The sun beamed down on her. The warmth calmed her. She hadn't felt this good in years it seemed. She felt fine, But Lord knows she isn't.
Do you hate the way that our magnetized timesturn us all to metal shavings-- push and pull--charged eachday to fill up negative spacewith negative attraction?Were you repulsed when polarities
Woe to thee my bonnie lass! The ship was lost at sea; And not a soul was saved, Not a soul but me.
Down, from my sleep to the floor, I came tumbling down. The wind and waves caught the ship And whipped her stern around.
I am the ship that has carried pirates and runaways through the saltiest seas just because I'm too kind to let souls sail alone. I am the one with the treasures Every ruby, emerald and diamond
On January 13, 2012, it is the premature end of MY world as I know it. I’ve been trapped on this sinking ship for seven hours, But I’ll you my story about purgatory in a minute--