LADY OF THE SEA         By Warren Brown

Upturned brows and eyes deep green

Partly adorned by shiny scales,

A lady who is often seen

By any man who ocean sails.


He saw her perched amid the rocks

But, when he did silently creep,

He caught a glimpse of golden locks

As she dived smoothly into the deep.



Mermaids are part of fantasy

Later found to be only seals,

Yet, the legend lives out at sea

About mysterious damsels.



(My first poem written when I was 18 years old and Published by the National Library of Poetry in their Anthology of Poems, Published by Watermark Press, USA)