The Cap

The Cap

A Poem by Jay Steitler
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Aquatic nature in all its drama

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I am the breaker,
rolling like a stone, and roiling through life.

I collect very little.

Separate yet one,
with brothers in silent turmoil.

I conform with my surroundings, 
until energy overtakes me.

Then I pound, and reshape, 
all in my wake.



© 2014 Jay Steitler



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I like this very much. Our spirituous nature often captures this feeling. While temporarily broken, we will burst forth again. Great job!

I am really enjoying this newly risen "voice" of yours. I think it's always been your voice. It was just silenced for a while in the thunderstorm.

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Jay Steitler

3 Years Ago

Amazing interpretation! I didn't even realize the transformative nature of the verses at the end of .. read more



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This is powerful, deep and amazingly interesting....i enjoyed it!


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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

The power of transformation and the power of your words...Bravo.......................

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Short but thought provoking with rich imagery. Good job!
-QuanaWana

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Thought provoking. Excellent imagery...:)....................

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Jay Steitler

3 Years Ago

Thank you, Friend
Sami Khalil

3 Years Ago

My pleasure...Any time...:).........................
I like this very much. Our spirituous nature often captures this feeling. While temporarily broken, we will burst forth again. Great job!

I am really enjoying this newly risen "voice" of yours. I think it's always been your voice. It was just silenced for a while in the thunderstorm.

Posted 3 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

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Jay Steitler

3 Years Ago

Amazing interpretation! I didn't even realize the transformative nature of the verses at the end of .. read more
Very apt description of a wave hitting the land. :) It compares a person to a wave and I can really see the comparison

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Jay Steitler

3 Years Ago

precisely! Some of us are stormy conformists or loners, who occasionally break out. Thank you for yo.. read more

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Added on January 4, 2014
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Jay Steitler
Jay Steitler

Penfield, NY



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A bit of a renaissance man, frequent white-lighter, and poet-scholar of life. Love art and photo. Play a little mandolin, and sing. I study karate, and play wheelchair rugby(Murderball). I've read Haw.. more..

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