#writephoto: lookout: salty sleep

lookout

“Sue Vincent’s #writephoto look-out inspired this piece of micropoetry,” she said.

sing

sea winds

for her

lullaby a salty sleep

high tide waves

rock her cradle

low tide lapping

tell her we love her

mother pacific

father atlantic

our sea child

our ocean one

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11 thoughts on “#writephoto: lookout: salty sleep

  1. Our sea child… You’ve used beautiful worsening and an intriguing concept in your poem. Well done!
    And speaking of oceans, I used to live near the Atlantic when I was young. Great memories. I miss it now that I live in a city with only a handful of rivers.

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  2. Our sea child… You’ve used beautiful wording and an intriguing concept in the poem. Well done!
    And speaking of the ocean, I used to live near the Atlantic when I was a child. Great memories. I find myself missing it in the urban atmosphere I’m in now.

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  3. The closest I have been to the Atlantic Ocean is crossing the English Channel….not that has anything to do with your poem but I too love the oceans as I am surrounded by them, so its a matter of us all getting along..

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    • “I miss living in Maritime Canada. Although I never lived right on the ocean, it was never far away. I miss walking on empty beaches. I miss the breakers running before a storm,” She sighed. “Best stop — I’m writing another post,” she :)’d

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