ADRIFT AT SEA

                   ADRIFT AT SEA


 No memory have I of how this came to be,


 Lost and alone, just me and the sea.


 Day after day, across endless water,


 Above only sky, and the seagulls that fly.


 Get by do I with only little water and food,


 Maybe a hope and a prayer that it may get me through.


 In the distance perhaps a dolphin or whale,


 My imagination is running wild.


 Thinking of what's below me scares me some,


 Loneliness is worse, fore nobody listens.


 A dream am I having, or my personal hell,


 Until the end of this,I'll not be able to tell.


 Up ahead, what is it that I see,


 My hope and prayer is answered to me,


 No longer will I be, adrift at sea.

                           Keith Garrett                                             

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