Peter S. Quinn


Pounding - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

I love the sea and its songs
Swinging its waves to and fro
A heart with love that longs
Wonder were the waves go
So much is still a mystery
Feelings that never gets thru
Just like this endless of sea
That always is in its renew

I love every breath of its awake
Its murmur of undertone deep
Symphonies that billows make
And only is for moment to keep

The eternal tides of entice going
In its longing from night and days
Dances of waves in breezy blowing
With a refrain that never stays

I love the sea and its theme
Far out into the azure beyond
Ways to an unknown dream
Never to reality dawned
Like seagull traveling afar
Gazing to far destiny
Where the true hearts of love are
Pounding alike and always free


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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 3, 2011



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