Diane R. Simon

(Chandler, Arizona, USA)

Capsized - Poem by Diane R. Simon

Two capsized at sea
So close
Yet so far apart,
Never touch
Struggle to reach
Long to hold
To communicate
To be closer-
Boat between them. The tide will turn
And sweep over them
Swallowing them up
In a wave of consciousness,
In memory
In cooperative spirit
They cling
In drenched bliss-
The boat drifts away.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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