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The Shipwrecked

The Shipwrecked

written by: Luiz Syphre



Whatever is the pay for your presence
command it and I will part seven seas
to gift you my devotion and essence
then owe hell an eternity for thee

you see, I roam homeless, lost and astray
from port to port there’s no permanent door
now against winds of fate, sailing your stay
in a tempest’s core, I soar to your shore

a beacon glows and sweet rays to me flow
it is your lighthouse that signals me home
but then I hear the woe of long ago blow
afflictions of a loveless heart syndrome

I lost your beck and wreck by Corner’s Bay
now, flecks of my broken heart swim your way

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