Moon On The Sea - Poem by Della Perry
They fly above me in the darkened sky
The moon lighting their eerie way
They are strange and indifferent
They take without asking
The sand man upped and left long ago.
The shimmering mirage of moon on the sea
Is like standing in the middle of a lightning storm to me
The electricity, the fear, the atmosphere,
So exciting, yet so fearful.
You will never be free from them and their kind,
You will never leave them behind,
You cannot change what is in your blood.
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