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Crimson Tides Across The Simmering Sea
by Ahmed Tanhaa
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  Gently strolling on the sandy shore
In the misty ocean breeze
The rolling waves came ashore
Making me feel at ease

The pale blue sky was drenched in gold
In the sun's bursting glow
It was the beauty for eyes to behold
Watching this perfect show

The ocean was eager to get me wet
As I walked along the sea
Curiously admiring the sunset
I was setting myself free

The sun's warm golden glow
Bouncing off the ocean blue
Curiously watching the ebb and flow
As the restless waves came through

Crimson tides across the simmering sea
Drifted ashore one by one
As far as my eyes could see
In the splendor of the fading sun

In the gleaming sun's dimming light
Watching the ocean dance
Mesmerized by the splendid sight
I was engulfed in a trance

The ships playing the clarinet
As they were sailing through
Joining the nature's string quartet
In the colorful evening hue

The stage was set at the end of day
For the nature's symphony
Then I heard the soft music play
In perfect harmony

January 21 ,2000
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