A Poem By Ezra // 3/6/2008

The night, this cool and breezy night,
While in the vast unclouded sky
Stars stand lonely vigils, bright

The sea, the sea which rushes gently to the shore,
Reflects the starry light
Into the coral’s distant roar

The wind, this wind that softly stirs the trees,
Blows soundless ’cross the sand
On its journey o’re the seas

The sand, the sand which softly sinks beneath my feet,
Lies damp twixt quiet waves
And a silent jungle, deep

The mind, this mind which distantly beholds,
Though lost, longs to return
To those shores of moon-lit gold



Ahh...memmories of Palau. Ofcourse, you were older, so you definitely remember it better. Anyway, well writen.

Nathanael | Thu, 03/06/2008

We are waiting for the long-promised invasion.
So are the fishes. ~ Winston Churchill


Real well written; love the picture it puts in my mind. Good job!

Clare Marie | Thu, 03/06/2008

"I don't know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve." -Bilbo Baggins [The Lord of the Rings]

Excellent! The word pictures

Excellent! The word pictures are compelling. And I love the repetition. In fact, I'm a big fan of repetition in general and I love using it. :)

Timothy | Thu, 03/06/2008


I like it a lot.
~Sarah H

Anonymous | Thu, 03/06/2008


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