Ocean heal me - poetry
Ocean Heal Me
Ocean heal my wounds
Ocean renew me with your power
Ocean keep me warm
Ocean disband my tears
Ocean let me grow in your depths
Ocean your spray anoints me
Ocean be my friend
Ocean, heal me.
© 1983 Susan Bacon
Susan Bacon is a researcher, dramatist and teacher. You can associate her all the way through http://www. ecoentrepreneur. org
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