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Poetry: Voyage

Out of the Sandbox

By Kevin Gandhi


This is the ship which I drew

Being the captain of the crew,

As the days went on grew

So loose became its screw.


As death was so near

Yet I didn’t have fear,

Being away from dear

Everyone started shedding tear.


Our wonderful ship went on sink

As sea water corroded the zink,

To be alive there was no link

So everyone’s face turn pink.


Now while going inside the water

Makes me feel like a feather,

We can never be together

Bye! Going to almighty creator.


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