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Tribute to the Great Sea -A Poem

On the upper deck of this amazing boat
 I stand and look at thee
 O' great Sea, how wonderful you are
 Your presence adds value to my life, indeed!

 How deep you are, tell me dear sea?
 How one could ever spend the life without you?
 You offer so much, yet you are so simple
 Like a champion, who remains quiet after every winning

 People who look for adventures, just comes to you
 You, the store house of adventures embrace them
 People who are afraid, looks at you in astonishment
 And you console them with your tranquil movement

 You have the quality of calmness and fierceness
 No wonder, as you are nature's attribution
 Yet how you posses two varied qualities?
 It's the creation of wonder, thanks to almighty God!

 You are the world, with in the world
 The heavenly abode of various creatures
 You give everything you have; no one can give in return
 The Cities around the globe flourishes out of you.

 With you, there is life, with in you there are many lives!
 When you are quiet, you make this world a heaven
 Your fierce stride can turn even the heaven to hell!
 As you are powerfully created by the almighty God!

 A poem by Ayubkhan.U
 Source ayubkhanu.blogspot.in/2012/05/tribute-to-great-sea.html
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Ayubkhan U

Hi this is Ayubkhan.U from Chennai-India. I am a Poet and Advertising Copywriter based at Chennai. I have written more than one hundred poems and posted the same in my various blogs. I am also a Softskill trainer specialized in Communication skill. I have written many Reviews, Short Stories and Children Stories and published in my various blogs. more…

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