You can swim in its placid waters
Ride the big waves,
Snorkel or deep sea dive,
But a tempest or a storm
Can wreck havoc with your worldview,
Destroy all your meticulous plans,
So unerringly told by Shakespeare.
All liquids interact impetuously
From the edge of chaos
To the living reality,
You can never be friends with the sea,
Only a silent observer
Throwing upon it
Your moods and concerns.