Paul Gerard Reed


Ayr Bay - Poem by Paul Gerard Reed

At first light we would stand and stare
And drink deeply of the breeze,
Watched the incoming foam ensnare
Between seaweed and stones squeeze;

At midnight we would gather again
Under the blackness of hung skies,
Let your lapping water entertain
Our ears and searching eyes;

The lights of Ayr would dance and twirl
Like some ghostly filigree,
A string of shining pearls
Stretched out across the sea;

Bring me back again someday
To this moon-dappled pebbly shore,
Wrap me around in your beguiling way
Tell me your secrets once more.

Topic(s) of this poem: sea


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Poem Edited: Tuesday, November 3, 2015


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