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Manipulation, Frog, Bench, Ocean, Heavy Rain

Storm is fierce but I elect To wend my way towards the beach Clad in foul weather gear I suspect 'twill be a push to reach. Down a path, that's far too long Hampered by intemperate force Under Sou'wester singing song The trail is lined with winter gorse. Sand squishing under boot Rain, wind, and waves Ominous atmosphere feels acute Suddenly feeling not too brave. With trepidation I observe Two boats surging within the storm Volatile weather does unnerve Wet and weary needing warmth. Squelching back the way I came Last look at seething angry sea Ocean painting of great acclaim Kodak moment will stay with me.
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Date: 8/5/2021 9:29:00 AM
Super-perfect imagery, too - I forgot to say:-)
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Date: 8/5/2021 8:39:00 PM
I often forget something I wanted to say. If you look closely at your answer you will see Edit button that will take you back in and allow adjustment. Only trouble is they are very faint, I find them hard to see..Delice
Date: 8/5/2021 9:28:00 AM
This is the sort of literary stuff I read and re-read a hundred times and more, Delice...its naturally flowing rhymes left me longing for more your incomparable turns of poetic wit. Kudos!
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Delice Arleen Skelly
Date: 8/5/2021 8:36:00 PM
Hello Hannington, thank you for your feedback on poem. It's wonderful when a poem uplifts the reader...Delice
Date: 6/16/2021 6:58:00 AM
I can see the images you created --wonderful imagery that brings the scene alive. Well done, Delice.
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Date: 6/16/2021 7:22:00 AM
Hello Vijay, many thanks for dropping by and leaving comment I am pleased the poem spoke to you. Delice