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Far From the Shore

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this is an older poem of mine. Please enjoy.

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Submitted: December 24, 2007

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Submitted: December 24, 2007

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Far from the shore
My peaceful shore
Where I spent the days listening
To the lapping waters

Far from my shore
My dear lovely shore
Where I spent the day singing
With the seagulls joining in

I am far from my shore
Where I and my brothers
Would spend the day fishing
Hardly ever catching a thing

I long for my shore
For my long forsaken cottage
For my mothers rocking chair
For her gentle arms around me

Oh how I long for my shore
For my home
For my family

Oh how I long for my life
Of love and laughter

 

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Far From the Shore Far From the Shore

Poem by: Amity Willows

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Genre: Poetry

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