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Sea of Rhythm

I am mesmerized
by the beautiful waters
of Newport, Rhode Island.
The waves crashing in rhythm along the shoreline
beckons my soul with sweet comforts and bliss.
The smell and the taste in the air
and I am home on this land.
So far away, yet at night
in my dreams always in Newport.
The sea of rhythm calls to my soul
with special cadences.
When the fog rolls in it is
sky meeting sea and from miles away
I feel and hear its love song.
In my dreams the water is my partner
twirling me among the whitecaps
and water's foam with special, miraculous dances.
I am in ecstasy with the
synergy of the
"Sea of Rhythm"

by Teresa (Tracey) Louise Stanisha

Copyright 2002

Published in "Letter of the Soul"



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Reviewed by Chris Wright 1/14/2009
Rhode Island Dang! I bet yaw'll freeze the booty off up there. I'm in Georgia and I can hardly stand the cold when the snaps come in down here. I like this Sea of Rhythm and I think you've painted your home with warm words. I have to admit there's something miraculous about water. Essentially it contains nothing in terms of calories, sugar or nutrients but interesting enough we need it to survive. Now that's poetic in itself. I enjoyed your write and keep cathing the waves of inspiration with your smooth writing. Peaceout and Have a Ghetto Fabulous Day
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 6/19/2008
Never been to any New England state, but know there is lots of water and things to do there. Your rhythm says lots and makes me yearn to be there with you.
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 6/4/2008
A "Sea Of Rhythm" is a sea of poetic beauty at its finest :-)

Reviewed by Barbara Terry 5/29/2008
It is good to dream and let our dreams take us away from this harsh battle we call relaity. Doesn't reality suck after a dream like this? LOL.

I could see you dancing, and the waves holding you and twirling you on the dance floor of the ocean. I have seen the Pacific ocean only once, and that is when I flew over it. Thank you for sharing this wonderful dream.

May the Lord Jesus bless you, and those whom you love, and be with you always, and at your side constantly. With much love in my heart, joy to the world, peace on earth, & ((((((((((HUGGGGSSSS)))))))))), den sister, Barbie
Reviewed by Ted Bossis 5/29/2007
Wonder-filled emotions & joy{beautiful} -God bless -
Reviewed by Ken Chartrand 12/1/2006
Hi! Tracy, I read your beautiful poem "Sea of Rhythem" It was so full of Sensuality , one could almost feel the waves lapping on the shore. Great work! Please feel free to visit my site at
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/21/2003
You create a lovely portrait of the place. Thank you for sharing it. Love and peace, Regis.
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