Seaside Poet Poem by Liilia Talts Morrison

Seaside Poet

Rating: 5.0


My songs are like small grains of sand
Tossed in the sea of days
Small pebbles from my shaky hand
Cast toward hidden cays

Each poem makes a tiny sound
As waters ebb and flow
Will they be heard or even found
I may not ever know

Yet just as turtles seek to nest
And seagulls need to soar
So I must toss my offered best
Till I can sing no more.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dr Dillip K Swain 10 October 2021

A fascinating poem with illustrious poetic beauty.....just magnificent. loved it.5 stars.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 10 October 2021

To my Favourites, thank you for sharing this precious poem

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Sylvia Frances Chan 10 October 2021

Simply said, but rhymed at best! 5 Stars full for this so beautiful Song-poem, gorgeous write! I have enjoyed immensely this fascinating poem

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Margaret O Driscoll 21 January 2016

Yes indeed those grains of sand have washed up across the Atlantic, your poems are gemstones! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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