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Cyclone 6/12/2002
When the tide rolls in, wave over wave.
A blue shade of water swirls in, a cyclone in the midst of the drifts.
Trapped with no way out, the diver is pulled under, an entire life draining.
From the inside out the diver is sucked out dry, forgiveness dear, is the reason.
Cameras reporters catch the whole scene go down.
Live on TV the headlines read diver drowned in deadly cyclone.
Nothing could help, nothing could save, the drowning man from his evil cavern.
Lit by torches on every wall and flickers of light that protrude from the dark.
A drowning man, no way to stop.
The way of forgiveness.
The only reason how.

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