Treasure Island

Jacqueline Graves

(Washington, DC)

THE SEA SHELL POEM


I am a lonely sea shell washed away into the sea, as the waves continue to rush up against me; I will no longer be. I was once a living organism who could fill smell and see, now I am just a fragment of what use to be. My life ended so suddenly without a sign of warning, now that remains are only traces of time that suddenly slipped away.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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