Kathleen G. Adams
Salt And Symbolism - Poem by Kathleen G. Adams
Why do you follow me to sea?
And steer astern, as tho' you hide.
Would you keep more way on me
If you capsized and died?
I will ride the rippling tide
Make my blue, sapphire Bay.
Tho' blind regret has salt tears cried.
My sails are set ... At no delay.
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