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His body bloat
Lost in the ocean
For none truly is at home in the sea.

By: Godwin Henry Osaigbovo Pa Shakespeare

TO THE MAN WHO FISHES AT THE BEACH

by Godwin Henry Osaigbovo Pa Shakespeare

To The Man Who Fishes At The Beach

This is to the man who fishes

At the oceans.

The beaches

With wooden boats

Equipped with Yamaha engines

Well crafted to keep the salty water out.

A fisherman's most prize possession;

The source of his living.

He who sometimes count gains over losses

Viz a viz

For none truly fishes

For the 'love of the sea'

This is to the man who fishes

At the beaches

If it rains

And it pours

Under the sun

When it burns

He is at sea

On a boat

Hopes blink

He prayest gainst a tempest

For if he drowns

His body bloat

Lost in the ocean

For none truly is at home in the sea.

This is to the man who fishes

At the beach,

Whose will is way too strong;

For he's a man

Not dead

Not living

But at sea.

His hands swollen and cold

Feet dismantled

Always weary and exhausted

Every job and its hazard?

But only the brave

Or Fools go to sea

For the ocean is death

And death cares not if a

Man eat or starve..

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