Winter Beach

Winter Beach

A Poem by New Dawn

Winter beach
winter bleached
pebbles,
worn smooth
by brackish hand
held in palm and pocket
a solid memory.

Captured footprints
wax and wane
in frothy tide as
huddled 
in too thin coats,
we pause to watch
a pale sun
cast tepid warmth
across the moon,

warming our hands 
with coffee breath
until shadows wrap
and tug us slowly home.

© 2016 New Dawn


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Beautiful lines, you transported me there. Very nicely composed.

Chris

Posted 5 Years Ago


Reminds me of the time when as a boy I flew a kite over the Margate beach, and an old man tried to explain to me how if I flew the kite high enough, it would enter the "second sky"


Posted 7 Years Ago


~ gorgeous poetry... the warmth of togetherness is so magical... and even in winter... a trip to the beach is warm enough to ignite the light of precious, shared moments...

Posted 7 Years Ago


New Dawn

7 Years Ago

Thank you Serah - the beach in winter is a soulful place
. serah .

7 Years Ago

~ my privilege... :)

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New Dawn
New Dawn

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I have always written to some extent. seem to be leaning toward poetry at moment. In my other existance I am a nurse , wife , mother of three. Just like to share and get back some constructive critici.. more..

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