Catherine May Greensides
Black And White Ballet - Poem by Catherine May Greensides
In spring at midnight
I was walking along the shore.
A full moon glowed
on the black ocean
and rollicking whitecaps.
The ocean was full of sparkling diamonds--
a black and white ballet.
What a magnificent performance!
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