C.D. Sinex


Stumbling down the Long Beach pier
half washed away by summer storm.
Gone are the drunks who'd come to leer,
stumbling. Down the Long Beach pier,
with unsure steps we tread for fear
of falling from its ragged form,
stumbling down. The Long Beach pier—
half washed away, by summer storm.

Topic(s) of this poem: beach, summer

Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 17, 2020

Form: Triolet

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Comments about Aftermath by C.D. Sinex

  • Deluke Muwanigwa (9/17/2020 12:49:00 PM)

    Good triolet. I have learned what a triolet is. Look after the drunks they are Gods children too

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