Tony Jolley

Rookie (17th June 1958 / England)

The Sun, The Sea, The Oyster-Catchers And Me. - Poem by Tony Jolley

For all his indisputable majesty,
King Sol’s royal arrival was accompanied
Merely by the muted, grey obeisance of the occasional, low-lying cloud
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Comments about The Sun, The Sea, The Oyster-Catchers And Me. by Tony Jolley

  • Fay Slimm (11/7/2008 6:04:00 AM)

    Ah, how often we are confronted by the majesty you so aptly describe here Tony, as when the glorious Old Sol arises to pour himself onto another day, and the 'Moses moment' you were inspired to feel there was surely the event in Kadesh, where, at Meribah, although having initially to bow before the dazzling light of his God, the man Moses stood on the rock, and as the cleft appeared, made the vital mistake of taking the credit..... hope my stab at this is in the right direction - but the whole piece is enchanting. Thank you........ from Fay. (Report)Reply

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