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From The Deep
by Annabel Sheila

Friday, June 01, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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They arose from the sea as the setting sun
Turned the evening sky into fire!
Standing there at the water’s edge
They were everything men desired!

Scantily clad in seaweed green
Flawless bodies perfection!
They were sent from Neptune’s deep
To roam without detection!

Human greed and carelessness
Had poisoned Neptune’s realm!
The time for reckoning had come at last
Now he was at the helm!

In the ocean deep where no one could see
The end was drawing near!
Where the sea once teemed with vibrant life
Now Neptune wept black tears!

So they walked among them freely
Teasing them with their guile!
And led them all, one by one
To their death, sea siren style!

© Annabel Sheila

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Reviewed by JMS Bell 6/4/2012
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 6/4/2012
Oooooo! I like. Don't mess with Neptune. Patrick
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/3/2012
Wow… Revenge of the deep. Thanks for pointing out that we shouldn't mess with old Neptune or the Creature from the Deep Lagoon will come back to haunt us from the 1950s!


Reviewed by Mark Lichterman 6/1/2012
So true, Anna, my far northern friend. Sadly so true. Great poem that should make all of us think.
Your friend; Mark
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 6/1/2012
What a tale Anna, vivid imagery, great work!
Reviewed by Lonnie Hicks 6/1/2012
Whoa, a cautionary tale and a warning well delivered.

"Where the sea once teemed with vibrant life
Now Neptune wept black tears!"

Powerful language.
You keep expanding your vistas, tone and subject matter.
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 6/1/2012
Captivating imagery both light and dark ~
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/1/2012
As an old sailor from the Maritimes this one speaks to me on many levels. Love the poem although it is a sad message it conveys.
Reviewed by Laura Fall 6/1/2012
Truly a Fascinating write and very meaningful as always great writing Laura
Reviewed by Stojku 6/1/2012
This poem is very beautiful. Thanks that you tagged me.
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 6/1/2012
Okay one morereason to know more about who you know. or just be absinent.
Reviewed by Richard King 6/1/2012
More, tell us more. Is there no escape? You can't leave us hanging like that.... Still, being led rather than driven might not be a bad way to go. Dick
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 6/1/2012
I have been hearing in relentless ways about how we are destroying this planet. I don't think so. So femme fatale murder is the answer. Why not?
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/1/2012
Yikes! But I wouldn't blame old Neptune for unleashing his fury on mankind the way we now pollute and pilfer and destroy his domain.

PS: Can you ask him to unleash his Sea Sirens on the Jersey shore? I owe my old devilish brother in New Jersey a good scare. Thanks.

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