Rebekah Gamble Poems
- A Solitary Walk I walked the shore one lonesome night; a ...
- A City Song There’s a constant rumble To the pounding ...
- A Stone Named Want There is a big black stone on my ...
- Laughter I buried your heart one fine spring day and ...
- Children Children are the wind, gone so soon, but ...
- It Rains In Me It rains in my heart like it rains on my ...
- I Gave Away The Sun The road is narrow, the pavement ...
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A Solitary Walk
I walked the shore one lonesome night;
a shore so far from your embrace.
I heard the waves lap at the shore
and heard the voice of the sweetly singing sea.
How dark it was; as my world always is
when you are not near to me.
What narrow beam of hallowed light
shown forth from the silent moon!
It comforted me in my despairing solitude
as I knew you may have been looking
at that self-same sky, that self-same moon.
How ancient her comfort is!
How ancient the concept of parted lovers!
I left but a single set
of impressions in the sand,