Prisioners of the Sea

A story about the fury of nature and human bravery

Defying nature is never a good idea, but human beings are unique. They do some crazy things not always for a good reason. Getting into a boat hundreds of years ago, without any modern technology to help on guiding, and heading to the unknown is definitely one of those things.

Find out more how bad that turns out when a storm is in the way!

 

Prisoners Of The Sea

Sabrina Todt / Renato Angelo / Amanda Somerville / Sander Gommans

Missing home and it sands,
smelling the salt brought by the waves of the sea,
enjoying life in all its simplicity.
Rookies sailing afar no land is in sight,
no friends or family exists,
Only the sun and the moon and the mist.

Ahoy mates! Set full sails!
The wind is strong now,
it is full speed to open sea!

All we see are raging waves,
That destroy whatever is in the way,
prisoners of the sea,
so the sailors say…

Praying for sun or rain,
no wealth could erase the suffering we made to receive,
the cannons roar resounding throughout our dreams.
We are only serving time,
we are fighting a war that doesn’t seem to exist,
follow our captain until the bitter end,
Of glory and gold.

Here it comes! The storm is up!
All hands on deck now,
batten down for the swell!

All we see are raging waves,
That destroy whatever is in the way,
prisoners of the sea,
so the sailors say…

All we see are raging waves,
That destroy what ever is in the way,
prisoners of the sea,
so the sailors say…

After the storm we are done with the body count,
we are four man down and two more in the deep,
turn her around to the port side,
Head back for home before we sink!

All we see are raging waves,
That destroy whatever is in the way,
prisoners of the sea,
so the sailors say…

We seen it all and all around,
time to set our feet back on firm ground,
prisoners of the sea never learn,

our hunger for the ocean burns!!!

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