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Below the Waves

All you Navy veterans out there, check out this cool poem by Brad over at Commonsensiblyspeaking. Even an old grunt like me can appreciate this!

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Submariners, a special breed

Sailing the depths of oceans blue

In the confines of sweating steel

A world bathed in fluorescent hue

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The metal sings in creak and groan

As the depth and the pressure build

Warship patrols Poseidon’s home

Running quiet, these men so skilled

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Whatever may befall this crew

They share the fate that lies below

There is no walking home from here

A tragic truth each one well knows

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Like a dark hole in the water

They ply their deadly hunting trade

In the ghostly realm far below

Many sacrifices are made

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And when in port for needed rest

They will appear a motley crew

For when you ride a nuke all day

You need to blow off steam it’s true

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But you will not find one braver

Than these denizens of the sea

The bubbleheads do rule the deep

Unseen…

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