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The beach at Orca Praia Funchal Madeira
The beach at Orca Praia – Funchal Madeira The powerful deep blue ocean Expends its tidal force Pounding down upon sea pebbles With thud and smash so coarse Watching from a vantage point From the horizon to the shore The lines of sea swell building up Growing bigger more and more Low, rumbling ocean rollers Waves curling with such symmetry Then the breakers quickly form and crash Tossing up a plume of spray of sea Incessant surf on shingle Swash, swoosh and susurrate With that endless marine motion That will never dissipate The waves break up and flatten The tidal rush now gone As the pebbles roll and rattle Against each other as they tumble on The roller spent, the wave now dead Or that is what it seems Then the backwash slithers downwards Sluicing pebbles like big grey beans The unending flow and ebb of tide Today a calm but restless sea Incessant waves wash and whoosh So soothing it can be But at other times she’s not so kind Or benign to beach or land Dashes disastrous desolation With a fury on rock or sand But for now I stand and wonder At Mother Nature’s gentle reach And watch and taste and listen To the ocean on that basalt beach
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