Hail to you, Oh god of the sea
For the many splendors you create
You make purebloods and demigods unite
And drown in your vast hearth.
With your alluring waves, you invite children to play
And to collect shells that sing the songs of the sea.
With your grandeur and beauty, you make men and women get naked and bare
And make love with their earthly bodies.
But I whose eyes dare to open underneath
Have seen the horror of the sea
A sea dragon resides with three hideous heads that bite
And transforms into beings so beguiling and divine.