Godfrey Dodds

(Croydon , UK)

The Voyage - Poem by Godfrey Dodds

splashing,
echoing
in the anchor shaft;'
the sea and sky,
sad and lonesome.
Silent space,
yearning
to soothe a mind;
once held in love
by gentle hands.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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