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Before & After the Lull

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Before & After the Lull

Amber-brown sea oats stand tall -
whistling as ocean breezes gently 
blow them in unchartered directions
Voluminous waves impact into jetty rocks
inducing sea urchins to lose their tight grip
from a place of safeness 

Watercraft rock recklessly in
turbulent waters.  Fishing lines
snap as hopes of a good day's 
catch are quickly diminished,
while winds grow intensly
& skies darken to an eerie black

Fears of a possible funnel cloud
now begin to form in reality 
Anchors are regained as boat captains'
gear themselves towards safety upon
these waters, aspiring towards
safer havens as ferocity passes

As quickly as darkness has appeared,
radiant rays of sunlight penetrate greyness
of clouds, cutting into glistening waters
like a silver bladed knife cuts thru many 
layers of a wedding cake

Life  returns to slower pace of normalcy
as a large sea turtle surfaces catching
a bit of solar warmth cast upon this
magnificant world of azure water

Sea oats now stand erect, like small 
soldiers protecting their beach, 
restrengthening -
for the next tumultous reign
of inclement weather

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  1. Date: 6/3/2012 10:18:00 AM
    Congrats on feature...Patrick

  1. Date: 6/14/2009 9:35:00 AM
    Another peach of a poem, every stanza emitting a picture that could be used in a slide show>>James

  1. Date: 5/25/2009 1:00:00 AM
    Wonderful imagery Ginny.One for my favourites.Rgds Brian & thanks for your welcome comments today