San Juan Night (2) - Poem by Paul Hansford
You took yourself away from the crowd
to the dark sea's edge. Alone and silent
you stood watching the waves.
I could not know how big your thoughts were.
I only remember how you looked then,
your eyes, and the night, and the sea.
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