Lost Forever

A ship set out on the seven seas

The captain a man of strong heart and soul

And so he made a claim to go

Where no ship had traveled before


A caven deep with jagged rocks

That smiled a toothy grin at the sun

Winds that mellowed the words of death

A pack and a peasant abound on the run


Embark and turn

Where the woodside creaks

The crew screaming "Turn back"

And the captain: "Go on"


So they drove throught the waters

Swirling in the mist

Where the sun had set

No foot ever lay


And then they were gone

Lost forever

Abound and beyond

Straight past the gates of heaven

The End

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