The Conductor Of The Sea Poem by Rose Marie Juan-austin

The Conductor Of The Sea

Rating: 5.0

Wind directs the sea
To pound, roar, swirl, smash and surge
Great power unleashed.

Copyright 2020, Rose Marie Juan-Austin,All Rights Reserved

Geeta Radhakrishna Menon 07 September 2020

Powerful wind with powerful expression unleashed through this poem. Brilliant Rose.......10

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Bernard F. Asuncion 05 September 2020

A well penned amazing haiku. Truly excellent....10++

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Edward Kofi Louis 06 September 2020

Storm! ! ! With the power of the wind! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Kostas Lagos 06 September 2020

Wind, the maestro! Excellent!

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Evelyn Judy Buehler 06 September 2020

Vividly, Strikingly beautiful!

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Shaun Cronick 26 September 2020

An amazing poem that in just three lines sums up of of natures elements and so, so vividly. There's a incredibly high cliff face on the Welsh coast Rose Marie called Worm's Head and on a stormy blustery day well worth a visit, for that is what the magic of your poetry conjures up great images and memories to recall. Take care thanks for sharing and will read many more tomorrow evening. Five deserved stars also.

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Terry Craddock 16 September 2020

Siren Song Wave Lure Sings hypnotic is power surge rhythm tide timeless sea tired soul cannot remain awake as siren song wave lure sings sleep captures exhausted body carries mind into deep sea wave dreams Inspired by the poem 'The Conductor Of The Sea' by the poet Rose Marie Juan Austin. Dedicated to the poet Rose Marie Juan Austin.

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Terry Craddock 15 September 2020

'The Conductor Of The Sea' this title is captivating, it sings in the soul 'Wind directs the sea' loved the directness of this line, the contrast with 'Great power unleashed' and the juxtaposition with the title. The conductor of wind tide current and sea can be, in the classical sense, is the god of the things; or the creator of the universe world everything.

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Evelyn Judy Buehler 14 September 2020

The mental images created by this poem are awesome. The wind is a mighty conductor indeed.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 14 September 2020

Your three beauteous lines, dear great poetess, I cite them here: Wind directs the sea To pound, roar, swirl, smash and surge Great power unleashed I can imagine this vividly we had 2 days storm at Normandy, that was frightening! We felt very clear that the wind directs the sea. Marvelous haiku!

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Rose Marie Juan-austin

Rose Marie Juan-austin

Laoag City, Philippines
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