Roaring thunders shall hereby commence by Zeus’ skies,
As great winds encircle thy mound where ’tis forest lies,
Before Selene shall the engulfing waves devour the shore,
Too shall Demeter blessingly notion the changes of Four*.
Amongst the storm may ****** yield the brewing winds,
Capturing but a wandering petal, which draw’st a’reminds,
With deadly souls for whom lord Hades has grant no pass,
For tell’st, sorrows comes not in singles but in greater mass,
Oh greatsome winds, may thy’st capture ’tis haunting tune,
Voice’st a dearest maiden ’cross the great seas of Neptune.
A poem on attempting to write a note to a “dearest maiden ‘cross thee great seas.” Note – Zues is the mighty god of the skies, Selene is the Greek Goddess of the Moon, Demeter is the goddess responsible for the seasons due to the loss and regain of her daughter Persephone, Four* refers to the four seasons, ****** is the Greek storm god, Hades is the god of the underworld, Neptune is the god of the sea.