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by Dagmar Wilson
I like the title you have chosen it fits the poem well. I love the ocean but I have the utmost respect. Whatever the ocean takes it will not bring back
Talking about darkness. All the best
by Milly Hayward
You captured very well in the first stanza the fear that many people have of the sea.
Like the sea some relationships whilst compelling can be fraught with danger Milly x
Beautifully done. Simple with deep meaning. 5/5
Congratulations on your win! This really is lovely!
Congratulations on your winning poem
Congrats on your win.
by Kitty Cat Lady
Congratulations on your win :-)
Congratulations on your win!!
Congrats on your win!
Congratulations on a well deserved win x
by CJ Maleney
"Ocean" By Valiantpenguin (10 points)
An ocean is a scarey thing and a mighty thing. They hold so many perils, many have been lost to their depths and many more will follow.
They are also places of tranquility and beauty. A sunny day with no wind would make their surface seem like glass.
A day true sailors would despise for they require the wind.
They hold so many things of beauty and they hold so many things that would make the hardiest and strongest of men wet themselves.
The deepest part of our seas/oceans is called Challenger Deep. It is close to 11,000 feet at its deepest point. Almost seven miles at a quick guess.
It is still not as deep or as impressive as your words.
Whoever your sea may be I hope you are fully immersed in them and that you float together. Thank you for the imagery in this poem and the beauty within.
A perfect (10) well done
by Emily Wacker
Congratulations on the win! Well-deserved!