If I A Lonely Pebble Poem by ANDREW BLAKEMORE

If I A Lonely Pebble

Rating: 5.0

If I a lonely pebble
That did rest upon the shore,
Then all my dreams would be fulfilled
I'd never yearn for more,
For there beside the water's edge
So peaceful it would be,
The sun and sand, the gentle breeze
That blew across the sea.

If I a lonely pebble
That did rest upon the shore,
I'd watch the waves from dawn till dusk
And hear the ocean roar,
I'd have no cause to wander far
Away I would not roam,
I'd make that place forever mine
A place I'd call my home.


Sandra Hillawi 03 February 2012

You have a great way of making the reader want to read to the end. I like all your poems that Ive read so far. All have a hypnotic rhythm that takes you on a journey into the essence of the poem. Enjoy them very much.

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Vipins Puthooran 02 September 2011

Hi, You took me to a beautiful shore where i could see a hundreds of pebble in my imagination.

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Allemagne Roßmann 01 September 2011

The wonderful expressions of a nature poet.Truly a serene escapade into beauty and a soothing feeling of a poem.Well done..

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Tsira Gogeshvili 25 August 2011

ANDREW, it's beautifully....10... Ts.

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