Friday, August 18, 2006

Croath Head: September

Midnight; the sea surged calm,
Early morning ferocity
My heart beat with the rhythm
Of gentle waves
And the anger within
Washed itself away
As I stared, amazed
At depths rolling shoreward
In peace.

When sea and skyline meet and merge
Beyond sight
We look sometimes to life
And well beyond the day just gone.

I saw it all that night;
In a moment of quiet I heard the breeze;
Moon and lamplight cast long shadows
As I walked toward the harbour wall
And sorrow left me.
Salt, white and crystal cleansed my soul;
The sea beckoned in whispers:
I saw the far horizon -
And lost myself.



At 11:53 PM, Blogger Heather Blakey said...

This is so gentle and soothing Jan. It is just wonderful really.

At 12:28 AM, Blogger Lois said...

I often have such anger at what I call apathy in my circle.
I do forget to walk just a short distance to my sea and let the waters calm me.....
I must do it more often and not be so engulfed in what I see as injustice...... I forget to walk along the sand along the shore...Oh I feel so silly that I do not do as often as I should....
I will write on my whiteboard "Lois walk along the sea on YOUR bay"
Thank you for reminding me Jan..Lois (Muse of the Sea)


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