Dwindling breezes rode across the ocean Whose shores bore neglect and skies seemed laden, The vicinity was all but barren.
With its undying beauty, the ocean, Coaxed the derelict souls into paralysis, And the depths had my ardor driven, In sooth, to a perpetual crisis.
By the depths I was devoured, Seeking the unforeseeable,
Dodging past countless calamities As I beheld ferocious fatalities Until I resurfaced, in thy arms at ease.
I had found thee, my long lost city of Atlantis, An undefiled charm in an era of disease.