The Deep Blue

The ocean is full
One might say its a home to many
With creatures the size of pennies
or some just mountainous beasts
There are silent caves
With the awful deep and dark crawlies
Where the tide is fairly strong
and moon lies close by
The undertow heightens and takes over
Leaving many creatures helpless
It crawls with many deaths,
and hundreds of new lives
Whom all peacefully sleep
Underneath the mysterious deep

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