Frank James Ryan Jr...FjR

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Aquatic Affectation...


Aquatic disturbance
moving shores under-current
I stand in awe
at Mother Natures
presence by the shore

Only be scant hours
'til her manic side showers
her reign of awe
Mother Natures angst
sweeping 'cross the shore

Nautical fits and starts
surrealistic as Dali's art
watch in awe
as Natures' Matriarch
lambastes her shore

Aquatic chaos gone
replaced by halcyon
I stand in awe
at Mother Natures
mysteries by the shore

Submitted: Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Topic of this poem: nature

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