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    Wink I'll drown in my tear storming sea.>

    < I'll drown in my tear storming sea.>

    I have two questions in that sentence.
    First, the meaning of 'drown in my tear.
    1) Which is correct to translate it as 'fall into my tear and die' or ' filled with tears?

    Second, is 'storming sea' a noun phrase or a participle phrase?
    2) If it is a participle phrase. which is the subject of storming , 'I' or 'my tear'?

    3) What is the meaning of 'storming'?
    'storming sea' means 'to moves or rush tumultuously, violently, or angrily into the sea, doesn't it?
    Thanks in advance.


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    Re: I'll drown in my tear storming sea.>

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    < I'll drown in my tear storming sea.>

    I have two questions in that sentence.
    First, the meaning of 'drown in my tear.
    1) Which is correct to translate it as 'fall into my tear and die' or ' filled with tears?

    Second, is 'storming sea' a noun phrase or a participle phrase?
    2) If it is a participle phrase. which is the subject of storming , 'I' or 'my tear'?

    3) What is the meaning of 'storming'?
    'storming sea' means 'to moves or rush tumultuously, violently, or angrily into the sea, doesn't it?
    Thanks in advance.
    You have taken this out of context, but it should probably be read "[[I will drown in]] {{my tear-storming sea}}

    It would help to have the preceding and succesding lines/sentences.

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