Fini Lokke

(Nyborg, Denmark, Europe)

North Atlantic - Poem by Fini Lokke

What I will not forget
is blows resounding on the bow
of the Atlantic liner 'Stockholm'
going westward to the open ocean
while the radio waves transmitted
Grand National Steeple Chase:
this was the world of true events
this was our real home


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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