James Meaney

Rookie - 0 Points (12/16/92 / Florida, I now live in Ak)

To The Farthest Reaches Of Beach - Poem by James Meaney

In and out, in and out Splooms of white circum to and turn back

Looking up, with a bright flicker in our eyes

Like fireworks taking to the skies and sparkling light.

Shadowing it away with a palm

Repulses the gaze towards pebbles of brown

Watching them bury and follow movement

A calming effect to the sense and losing all focus

Shaped bodies who wrestle the powdered clay

Will find an embrace in the shroud of ray

Finally passing the nourished way

Passing the weekend, passing the castles

We come to the end and too the very last

Wet at our feet solitude of the nerves

Blue and yellow conflict in contrast

Finding this space makes us smile

Looking to the shore and avast

It starts to come in

In and out, in and out Splooms of white circum to and turn back


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 10, 2009



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