The Ocean’s Depths

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As some of you may know, my Father, John V. Marchell, was also a writer.  In the following song verses that I wrote to a piano piece I composed, his writings are used as the chorus for the song.  Collaboration with our loved ones wherever they are is essential for us to unify in Spirit, Love and in Truth.  It is our calling, duty and responsibility to end this holocaust towards the very earth and all her creatures which were given us as a gift to love, honor and nurture in Mother Earth’s ceaseless giving back of herself with all of her resources.  It is time for us to give great gratitude by giving back to Gaia.

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The Ocean’s Depths

Beneath the abundant waters, there lies an inner strength,

For all of life regurgitates its inability for breath.

Corporate greed and power trample innocence, as born and unborn was ashore,

Oxygen and hydrogen’s purity are tainted, as Belezugh’s holocaust roars.

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Chorus

Let there be a world to see, let it be of inspiration.

Let there be a world to see, let it be of God’s creation.

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White sandy beaches with turquoise to indigo waters flow,

Sounds of children laughing, as birds soar in the wind and fly so ever low.

Sandcastles built along the coastline retain the putrid-smelling oil in their motes,

Fishermen haul in their cast-out nets containing lifeless fish into their boats.

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Chorus

Let there be a world to see, let it be of inspiration.

Let there be a world to see, let it be of God’s creation.

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The gift of life is given us to do with what we will,

In God We Trust are words of honor written on our currency bill.

There is still time to wash away all corruption from the past,

Through gratitude, love and mercy, the possibilities are vast.

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Chorus

Let there be a world to see, let it be of inspiration.

Let there be a world to see, let it be of God’s creation.

┬ęCopyright Lori D. Marchell Carlsen and John V. Marchell

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“…Anyone among you who aspires to greatness must serve the rest.”  Matthew 20:26

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“I don’t think of all the misery, but of all the beauty that still remains.” Anne Frank

 

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9 thoughts on “The Ocean’s Depths

    1. Hi Ana! I had written this awhile ago, and felt led to post it along with Dads chorus. At first, I was going to put beautiful clean photos in, but was led to use Shutter stock of various oil spills entirely. It’s pretty deep, but our Mother Earth is not a garbage dump.

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    1. I first thought of mixing “clean, peacefulness photography” with the toxic from Shutterfly, but the impact of the message needed the toxic dying photos for impact. My father, whose words I used in the chorus, was a nature lover, a Cornell University Graduate from the Agriculture School, and the first photo with the boots in the toxic mess, are in a way him coming through now from the other side making it clear that the Universe is concerned about our society using Gaia as a garbage dump.

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