by Samuel E Stone
Friday, August 06, 2010
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An ocean breeze filled the salty air,
mighty whitecaps beating the shore,
a majestic seaside there just to share,
wind blowing, knocking upon the door.
Constant roar made a deafening sound,
the water splashed off the giant rocks,
the forces of nature by the sleepy town,
while in the bay so still, boats by docks.
Sky ever blue reaching as far as we see,
meeting the ocean, the two become one,
nature splendor magnificent as can be,
whitecaps clashing their job never done.
Mystery of the sea an enigma of itís own,
never stopping on itís journey ever deep,
a musical concert with a loud crashing tone,
waves come in all sizes from small so steep.
From the land to the sea, itís legacy unfolds,
a perpetual force that spouts beauty and fear,
always moving, splashing, crashing so bold,
intrigue of the ocean keeps drawing us near.
Samuel E. Stone, Copyright© 2010, All Audiences
Samuel E. Stone, Best Selling Mystery Author
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|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
|There is no other feeling like standing by the ocean. You have captured it perfectly.|
|Reviewed by David Maclellan
|Wow Sam the imagery is sensational, I could almost smell the salty air! I am fortunate enough to live by the sea on the East Coast of Australia, and I never tire of any of the elements you describe in your poem.