Mother Earth heaved a heartbroken sigh
As his last breath disappeared into the wind,
Brushing past star after star.
Even the Moon shed a tear.
And the Sun rose, reluctantly
To cast morning rays,
To bring the dawn of a day without his light.
Ebb and flow came to a halt.
As the trees wept, the river slowed
To pay homage to his young, taken soul
His body, left to the mercy of crashing waves
Vanished at high tide,
Leaving only a faint, far-off laughter.
Fading memories, treasured dreams.
And now, only in the heart of the ocean,
Does his spirit remain.
As Mother Earth heaved a sigh
On the lonely night of his departure.