Were You The Sea - Poem by Gordon Tseng
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Were you the sea speaking eloquently in May,
I would be the waves singing whatever you say.
Were you the wind that loves to travel far away,
I would be the sand wandering through wherever you stray.
Were you the philosopher thinking in the sunshine,
I would be the world you explore and try to find.
Were you the poet who's writing and drinking wine,
I would be the imagination flying with your mind.
-from GOD BLESS NOT ONLY AMERICA
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