Barry N Williams

Rookie (Dublin)

Mysterious Woman


Her hair flowed like ribbon on the breeze,
As she sat and watched the rolling seas,
The sun shone down and lit her eyes,
The wind was gentle as her sighs.

Her face distant,
Deep in thought,
Of days gone by,
Of friendships lost.

Of happy times so long ago,
It seemed so far,
But even so,
The feelings made her heart still glow,

A gull cries,
And spoils the thought,
She stands and sighs,
Then wanders off.

Submitted: Friday, August 30, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 03, 2013

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