Ancient Dune

Ancient Dune

A Poem by Jack...
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Another in my series of art inspired poetry

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Ancient Dune

Pastel by

Stan Sperlak

 

Ancient Dune

Inspired by the art of Stan Sperlak

by jack

 

Oh ancient dune

What hast thou seen

Through raging storm

In lover’s dream

Of sunny days

Restless nights

Tempest waves

Wayward flights

 

Winter’s blast

Snow and sleet

Summers sun

Soaring heat

Changing tides

Eroding beach

What have you learned

What could you teach

 

So patiently

Your stand it finds

Without a sound

The passing time

 Grasses tall

Sands of white

Shadows reach

Holding tight

 

Perfect shape

Magic stance

Visionary

True romance

Quietly

So serene

Oh ancient dune

What hast thou seen

© 2013 Jack...


Author's Note

Jack...
Another of my poems inspired by the art of New Jersey pastel artist Stan Sperlak

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Again another lovely picture with words to match, thank you.

Posted 11 Years Ago


Jack...

11 Years Ago

Thanks so much
And it's another beautiful poem. What could an anciend dune say, if only it could speak?
Second line:

"What have you seen" is correct. "What hast thou seen" is correct. ""What have thou seen" is not.

Posted 11 Years Ago


Jack...

11 Years Ago

Thank you Marie, I will correct it right away.

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Added on February 15, 2013
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Jack...

San Antonio, TX



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Not much to tell about me, I am just Jack, I am a poet, a writer, a musician, a painter, a builder and a dreamer. I live in south Texas but am originally from New Jersey and miss it more and more all .. more..

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