Tony Walton Poems
|2.||Specialist Joseph Dwyer||8/23/2012|
|4.||Halima's Coloured Drawing||8/25/2012|
|6.||Rattlesnake Warning: A Translation Of 'Pregón De Cascabel' By Gerardo Hernández||8/21/2012|
|7.||Portrait Of Dylan||8/26/2012|
|8.||Cry Out In Your Weakness||8/21/2012|
|9.||Rilke's Advice To Our Child||8/21/2012|
|10.||The Jackdaw's Lament||8/21/2012|
|11.||Roads To France||8/22/2012|
|12.||The Last Dance||8/27/2012|
|13.||Seashells From The Seashore||8/27/2012|
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Seashells From The Seashore
Lost, these words, at what a cost: cast
like boats afloat on seas that seize
the moment of their brave conception.
No man can tell what wave will carry,
what rock may tarry their eventful reception,
least of all he who released them on
their free and lovely, dangerous voyage.
Some of them might sink without trace,
some might think. Some might turn their face
against them as they beach. Some might race
to take them up before they slide beyond reach.
Some might deride them. Each
stands a chance, as it takes its chance
on the dancing waters ...