''Legends never die,
They become a part of you and revive.
But deep down, where the truth would lie,
Is there a tune, a story, a myth, to bring the legend alive?
''Lure and lure, deep under the sea,
Lurks a danger and a beauty be.
The sirens’ voices could one withstand,
Or drown in the depths of waters, making your final stand?
''Over and over the mysterious sea,
Is where the Bermuda Triangle was said to be.
In the gloomy seas and sky,
Voices of beauty soar on by.
''On and on they sing their song,
Till prey is in sight, to hear their song.
Lament they hear and sorrow too,
Yet beautiful and captivating but untrue.
''Down and down the prey falls in,
Closing their eyes and one final breath.
Nothing was left of what it’s been,
Only screams and melodies to welcome their death.
Author Notes: I'M BACK!!! AND NEW POEMS ARE COMING YOUR WAY, SO WATCH OUT!!! NUMBER ONE OF THE MYTH-O-MAGIC SERIES!!!
(oh and by the way, the quotation marks are for paragraphing, as my device refuses to skip a line.)