David Calvert


Whale on the tideline


knows not
why humans approach
with slings, ropes,
spars of timber.

Knows not, that they love her with a passion.

It is only the rhythm of the waves
as they come and go
come and go,
that she knows.

Submitted: Saturday, March 16, 2013

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