Body - Poem by Devon McElveen
No body is more pure than that that lies before me.
The colors it reflects prove to be alluring.
No body is more vast than that that I am stranded upon.
It is my only companion when all held dear is gone.
No body is more beautiful than that that I am lost.
I forget all of my failures and the events that they have caused.
No body can evoke these feelings that I have failed to perceive.
It continues to hold my attention from morn to eve.
No body can relieve these pains that I have endured.
This peaceful, serene moment I have long waited for.
No body can show dark dancing with light.
Oh beautiful sea, what a magnificent sight.
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