David Hart


Ode To A Sandpiper - Poem by David Hart


'Ode to a Sandpiper' by Dave Hart

Cognoscente of ocean
sand and waves

Peck-nibbling
your days

away

Spindly legs
ever in
prestissimo gait

Strafe the sand
in staccacto flecks

quaff an undulating
tide -
a delectable
salt water tope.
©David Hart 2006


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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 9, 2009



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