The moon and the ocean

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic


The crest of an ocean fades softly from blues,

submerging to darkness; the moon is her muse.

the sun hides her petals beneath lightweight air,

emerging, the moon throws a flickering glare.

 

and nobody knows of the treasures beneath -

past hesitant waves, which life-forms exist?

those velveteen secrets the moon oaths to keep,

in gratitude, the ocean sings her to sleep.


Submitted: January 05, 2021

© Copyright 2021 Alexandra Lynsen. All rights reserved.

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Bert Broomberg

A great poem.

Tue, January 5th, 2021 11:58am

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Thank you, much appreciated.

Tue, January 5th, 2021 4:27pm

Edmund

Impressive, excellent, thought-provoking.... You are, yourself, a raw, undiscovered, treasure.

Tu amigo, edmund

Tue, January 5th, 2021 12:47pm

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Thank you for your kind review, much appreciated. All the best to you in your work!

Tue, January 5th, 2021 4:29pm

Penny Scribe

I love your poem Alexandra. It reminds me of how we, as people, are indeed so small in comparison. Not in a negative way, however, in an awe inspiring way. Well done.

Tue, January 5th, 2021 4:17pm

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Thank you so much Penny! And I completely agree - what is a human in comparison to, say, the cosmos? No negative connotation indeed, an observation rather! After all, small details make up the grand world

Tue, January 5th, 2021 4:30pm

hullabaloo22

A lovely rhythm to this. Beautiful description too.

Tue, January 5th, 2021 9:29pm

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Thank you!

Tue, January 5th, 2021 4:26pm

simon arthur

That is one cool poem. I love it. I like the imagery.

Fri, July 30th, 2021 5:44am

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