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Is This Eternity II

I contemplate the ocean table and
ask myself…

Is this eternity?
This perpetual stretch of blue glass?
How fearful to know endlessness.
To contemplate wildness 
As seemingly unconquerable 
Now as it was to the
Pilgrims who feared
Dropping over earth’s edge.

Like the Monterey pines,
I waver at the taped borders
Of the Artist’s canvas.
My arms cradle the clouds softness.
My feet root the rocky exterior,
Seeking answers to the ageless question:
Is this eternity?

When a tidal breaker 
Spumes and foams a response,
Fear not!
Soon you will soar as fearlessly
As the  gulls
Who dissolve into
Infinity’s cottony folds.

Copyright © Kathleen Kroll | Year Posted 2018


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