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Ocean Tears
by Sanja Dayslink
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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After reading Fee's and Rose's writes -- I started thinking about my own love lost, many years ago...sometimes, I wonder what could have been. I am happy in my life, but those what "if's" sometimes still crop up.


 

Walking; Talking; Chatting; Clicking;
                Crashing against the gray stone rocks -
                                So fierce intense each step by step.
                                                The ocean in the flicker of an eye.
                                Leading from high down to the beach,
                So narrow steep naive and dark,
And yet so pure like the fine sands,
                which our feet, together, have still to touch.
                                Hold closer, closer, capture it all -
                                                Seashell treasures keep memories;
                                Waves of the night lost in the sea.
                Deep true endless romances of the waters,
Are cherished lovingly on shore.
                Graceful perfection, sea breeze air
                                Silent kisses, stars keep smiles.
                                                Beneath the play shelter,
                                Hidden from all, nerves swim, adrenalin
                But wait... the innocence of the moment
gone. Back to your corner we go,
                So gentle intense like the deep mystery.
                                Hold close, closer, remember all,
                                                Keep your mind clear and heart open
                                'cause each drop that fills that ocean
                is a tear I've cried
reaching
                     out
                                   for
                                                you.
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Reviewed by Lois Christensen 4/16/2008
Oh, I like the photo and this poem is so great, it brings tears to my eyes just reading it, it is such an amazing poem. I love all poems that have anything to do with the ocean. So peaceful they are to me.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 4/10/2008
All the romanticism that we all search for is so well intertwined into this lovely, endearing piece.

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/10/2008
Sanja...
I have to say this is your best write so far and it grips the heart of a romantic like me and holds it enthralled from beginning to end. I love the ocean, I love romance, and I think we are of kindred spirits and perhaps even walked that same beach somewhere in another life and time.This was beautiful indeed.
hugs
your friend
Fee
Reviewed by Deborah Munson (Reader) 4/10/2008
Keep your mind clear and heart open
'cause each drop that fills that ocean
is a tear I've cried
reaching
out
for
you.

So true those longings never end even with new beginnings. Thanks for saying it so beautifully and eloquently. Deborah:)
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 4/10/2008
A great write Sanja and I do believe anyone who has crossed our past is a part of our life, they have innocently taken ownership of a piece of our heart once we let them in. Like a special memorey they are placed in a safe place and we think of them as the years go by. Like you I love my husband and could never ask for a better love or life. I have often told him if something were to happen to him there will never be another for there is no other who could fill his shoes. Thank you for sharing a great write.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/10/2008
I think we all have our 'could have beens,' Sanja, and I think your formatting in this poem really adds to it.
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 4/10/2008
'Waves of the night lost...' I love that. This one's intense.



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