Cold and Deep – Poetry Story

I’ve been considering doing voice over for my stories to broaden my audience. I’m an amature with anything conserning audio and video, so keep that in mind if you choose to listen to it on Soundcloud

Cold and deep

The skeleton lay

Wood enclosed it

Keeping treasure hunters at bay

Life was never the same

When old red found his grave


The seas went quite

Trade resumed

Wares from all over the world

Reached the shores without fume


But people never forgot

The horrors the old sea dog brought

His sabre high

And his spirits higher


For centuries seafarers would turn around

Whenever the mist went thick

A sea chanty they heard in the dimly night

The old sea dog’s voice echoed hoarsely

Chanting merry rhymes

of plunder and of booty

of life on the high seas

But also of his eternal soul

Who limboed at the breeze


But centuries went

And people they forgotten

Taking routes nobody dared

In the age of their grandparents


But when people learned of great treasure

Hidden in the sea

They dared old superstition

Nothing would satisfy their greed.


Greed brought them there

And greed made them stay

In the depths of forever

The captain sang, with new crew-members

in the cold and deep

© Christopher Stamfors

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