Ray Lucero


RETURNED TO THE SEA


At age 104, after a life fully lived,
And long after my wife preceded me
With nothing left to do, I left my body;
Then one sunny day in early spring,
My Son n' daughter returned me to the sea

ROTMS

To "Burt"

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Submitted: Friday, March 08, 2013
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