Stephen E. Washam

Rookie (Edmond, Oklahoma)

Moonlight On The Bay - Poem by Stephen E. Washam

Beside the rustic harbor stands a lighthouse on a hill
It keeps a watchful vigil o’er the waters deep and still
At night the harbor waters shine almost as bright as day
And nothing is as beautiful as moonlight on the bay

The shores stretch out their golden arms along the rugged land
And the waters seem to sing and dance across the golden sand
A cool and salty ocean breeze blows softly through my hair
As tiny sparkling water droplets gently fill the air

I stand next to the water's edge and listen while it sings
The water seems to know the gentle comfort that it brings
I long to have you at my side beside the shining sea
While listening as the water brings your image back to me

Though we are very far apart I still can see your smiles
As the water whispers soft and sweet across the many miles
I hear your sparkling laughter and it softly seems to say
“I love you”, and it fills my heart like moonlight on the bay

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 29, 2006


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