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Sea Urchin Poems

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Premium Member Poem Light Kissed Leanne Lovejoy-Burton Romanticism sea urchin, adventure, dream, imagery, journey,
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The Foghorn of Yore Keith O.J. Hunt Rhyme sea urchin, fate, sea, storm,
an opulent donut wears a suit Taoi Chanan I do not know? sea urchin, bible,
Stormy Sea Faye Gibson Quintain (English) sea urchin, abuse, heartbreak, violence,
Sea urchin Mallus RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY Limerick sea urchin, fun, nonsense,
BEACH WALK Nola Perez Free verse sea urchin, childhoodsea, may, sea, sun,
Narcissus Lesley Kaplan I do not know? sea urchin, visionarydream, sea, dream, sea,
Love you like a Sea Urchin David Dowling Burlesque sea urchin, children, funny, lost love,
Premium Member Poem A TOUCH OF TOKYO Brian Strand Epulaeryu sea urchin, food, places
Semi-grey sky rain specks in the sand Mariana pavlich Verse sea urchin, animals, nature, places, sea,
Appreciative Eyes Tatyana Carney Quatrain sea urchin, happiness, life, nature, peace,

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Sea Urchin Poem Example

Stormy Sea

I watch a coral glow of sky
and see it mirrored by the sea;
I wish for eagle wings to fly -
away from you, away from me,
away from what has come to be.

The sun ship rode pale aqua waves
the first day that I saw your face;
today take back the love you gave,
free me from your black embrace,
these bitter memories efface.

You bade me sail your golden sea
by rays of morning sun inflamed,
your burning passion scorching me;
your stellar love boldly proclaimed
has left me broken and ashamed.

Your sea turned dark and stormy,
I tossed upon a violent gray;
with sea urchin spines thorny,
you goaded me to sail your way
and left my heart in disarray.

I long to skim the sky,
leave behind your misery;
I long for eagle wings to fly -
away from you, away from me,
away from what has come to be.

Copyright, August 15, 2015
Faye Lanham Gibson

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