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The Dive

Discussion in 'Scuba Poetry' started by Deep South Divers, Mar 3, 2012.

  1. Deep South Divers

    Deep South Divers Loggerhead Turtle

    The water was cold today.

    Darkness engulfed me, laid around me
    And I hover'd there, watching my bubbles flee.
    The sun bolted in as sheets and
    struck them into a thousand diamonds.

    The water was cold today.

    I lurked, unmoving, listening,
    And your face flashed through my mind.
    For a moment I thought I heard your voice.

    The water was cold today.

    But my blood flowed,
    like the sea that had swallowed me.
    And you kept me warm.

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