Anne M. Malley

(Torrington, CT, USA)

To The One, Ocean Of All - Poem by Anne M. Malley

The Ocean conquers all;
Then conquer me
In one consuming wave,
Not stealthily. Not as a sneak thief
Depletes my gain,
Stealing from my substance
Grain by grain. Leap the prison of tides,
Nature's boundary.
Invade my furthest shores;
Inundate me!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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