Out in the sea, The world’s reduced to the vast expanse Of the ocean and the sky. You sail endlessly, Drifting like an iceberg Longing for its destined shore. Out there, new moons are slow to rise While the sun forever lashes its rays, Dampening your heart with terror Of Circe stranding you on her island, Or Charybdis drowning you in her whirlpool, Or sirens scheming your shipwreck. There is nothing more appropriate Than this envelope of blue To capture your loneliness: You probe far and wide But find just traces of sea squalls And fearsome monsters of the deep, Without familiar landscape To tide you out of isolated state. Keep navigating, sailor lover, These waters shall soon transport your ship Where the stable surface pacifies you, And when the interminable evaporates at last, Your Calypso is just home waiting for you.
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