AbandonA Poem by Tania Leigh
Luminous light adorns the horizon as Dawn
lends her warmth to the storm-ravaged sea.
Tempestuous waves of the fore-night, now tame,
roll their way to the shore, then in silence recede.
I stand alone with bare feet in the sand and seek
comfort from the cold ocean water’s caress.
By turns, my troubles I cast to the surf and then
pray that this time they, too, will regress.
The salt of my skin meets the cool ocean spray;
they unite as warm tears stream down my face.
I walk away quickly, leaving behind sorrow and
my memories for the sea to erase.
© 2008 Tania Leigh
Shelved in 6 LibrariesAdded on February 18, 2008
Last Updated on February 18, 2008
About4/7/08 When my "Phobia" contest is completed April 18th, and winners have been chosen and notified, I'll be leaving the cafe indefinitely to focus on my family, as well as my first book and website. .. more..
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