Connor J. Wade
The Voice Of Seas - Poem by Connor J. Wade
In the ceaseless clashing of wave and shore
Is found the insouciant voice of seas.
They speak their sibilant tongue, but wherefore
They do is answerable with no ease.
Perhaps the ocean's call seeks not response
But the evocation of man's wonder,
That impulse to imagine, just this once,
An oceanic world torn asunder.
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