Thursday, December 14, 2006

Blue & its Beauty




Come along, come with me,
Take a dive in the deep blue sea.
Put on your gear, let's explore
All the way to the ocean floor!

See that snail wrapped in cursl?
Look! An oyster wearing pearls!
Watch the octopus oh so dark,
But don't you dare to pet the shark!

Dive on down, seaward bound,
Motion in the ocean is all around!
Dive on down, seaward bound.
Motion in the ocean is all around.

Now we're very far below,
The lantern fish are all aglow.
Is that a tiny shock you feel?
You just met an electric eel!

Giant blue whales start to stir,
Bigger than dinosaurs ever were!
Wave good-bye to the squid and sponge,
This is the end of our deep-sea plunge!

Dive on down, seaward bound,
Motion in the ocean is all around!
Dive on down, seaward bound.
Motion in the ocean is all around.

-Meish Goldish

(Photo courtesy - Amol Raje)

8 comments:

Risha said...

lovely poem, and I also like the aqua color in the pic :)

btw theres a typo in mumma bloggers Mama says so link, blogspot is mispelt in the url.

Srinivas said...

Good One! Liked it..

Nariyal Chutney said...

Lovely Poem , but this comment is about your earlier post about the married couple , It was hilarious :) . Have always been terribly confused by the concept of marriage like a child being confused by Pythogores Theorem when he dont know what is squares . Marriage to me always looked like this wonderful union which ushers in a beautiful life of companionship , sharing sorrows and celebrating life with somebody from opposite sex . But considering that you are married , is it so bad ?. It seems from the post that marriage is a ticket to a curmudgeon existence .

artnavy said...

gorgeous pic and lovely poem- i love the ocean

Sunita said...

nariyal chutney: Thanks for dropping by.
About marriage, I think if you can be in the company of each other in peaceful silence, you have achieved a life long companion.
In my opinion, you tend to talk a lot with friends or people you meet outside your home with updates, but what possibly can you talk for 24x7 with someone whom you live with because on a day-to-day basis there is very little to fill-in on the little time spent away.

risha, srinivas, artnavy: Thanks for dropping by. I loved the moment I set my eye on each piece individually and they just connected so well.

Risha said...

wheres the next post gal...waiting for it

Hip Grandma said...

Nice poem.thanks for your comment in my blog.Happy New Year!

Fuzzylogic said...

Lovely poem,I love the tranquil blue of the picture.Makes me wanna go learn scuba diving!:)
Thanks for the visit at my blog and for the comment.I will definetly be coming here often:)