Winifred Wahlberg

(Sydney, NSW, Australia)

Not So Ancient Art - Poem by Winifred Wahlberg

Driftwood on the beach
Stripped stark and bleached
Blonde abstracts silhouette
Tawny seaweed's confusing
Wind-borne message in a net
Symbol of the deep unknowing
Tossed up by green pellucid waves
Foaming on shore's sandy rampart
Fossil haven for Morpheus creatures
Stage of Nature's unique features
Performing cyclic computations
Each and everyone a part
In Eternal's classical art
Recording light impressions

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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