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Seriously, I Have No Idea What This Is.


Waves pulling from their own inertia crash against a rocky cliff.
Inside your brine an angler lurks in the darkness.
Blink - blink - blinking her head appendage.
Her un-hung jaw awaiting the game of life -or- death.
Purple urchins dot the rock line,
You slip food into their siphons, occasionally.
I see fins across the sky line.
May we dance together?
Lobsters walk across the barren bottom of the sea.
Let them be, let them be!
Let them revel at your beauty.
Your waves sprinkle my sun warmed skin.
God, look at all the birds you bring.
You're so much more than just one thing.
I love you.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Ace Of Black Hearts (5/8/2013 5:49:00 PM)

    Wow, that is an amazing poem. I wish I could describe my love for someone in such a way. You have a gift for the details. Thanks for sharing the poem. (Report) Reply

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