Murky ocean depths
What mysterious wonders
And ancient horrors
Your Briney waves hide?
Shrouded in the cloud of your sediment
For none but the eyes of your creator to view.
We look to your swirling, churning mass for meaning.
But we find both creation and destruction
Life and death.
Contained deep within you are wonders known to none
Creatures so foreign that would e cannot comprehend.
Within your salty waves are infinite life forms
And below your deep blue swells are countless massive behemoths.
The summation of all forms of life
Both known and unknown
Existing and undiscovered.
How large your mass is, for us to sail,
We hope to find new lands within you
New parts of ourselves
But we always seem to find the same places
And find the same parts of ourselves
But, perhaps, in a new light.