Arriving at the Ocean

Arriving at the Ocean

A Poem by Josie E. Cook M. A.
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Sharing the same thoughts...and views.

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Arriving at the Ocean

 

Outside my seaside window,

I watch the sky melt like a hot

Crayon,

The bright colors becoming a

Canvas for the many sailboats

On the midnight blue surface,

Their lights streaming across

The shimmering waters,

I often dreamt of the sea

From my Ohio location,

Freedom on the moving

Liquid,

Yearning for an adventure

There,

A long voyage with a special

Someone near me,

A wonderful communicator

To share my thoughts,

No soothing egos or severe misunderstanding,

Just the peace of the wilderness

Surrounding our shared views,

Two hearts and souls

With unison,

Cradled in the hands of each other

With undouble bonds,

Sorting through the world together. --J. E. Cook ©2017


© 2017 Josie E. Cook M. A.


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Thoughts and views, indeed.

I can see the appeal of such a view for someone living far from the waters gaze; it holds a kind of mythical tranquility that one always wants to surrender themselves to. The same occurs in reverse for those city dwellers who long for the serenity of wilderness and green forest. Having both in our lives would be the ideal.

I enjoyed your description and the sense of longing it evokes. Another nice piece of writing Josie.

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Me too dear friend.
"Yearning for an adventure
There,
A long voyage with a special
Someone near me,"
I need a trip to Upper Michigan. Sit by Lake Superior and relax. I hope you are doing well and having some fun. Thank you Josie for sharing your amazing poetry and thoughts.
Coyote


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Josie E. Cook M. A.

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Happy holidays to YOU!
Coyote Poetry

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I hope you had a good holiday.
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Thoughts and views, indeed.

I can see the appeal of such a view for someone living far from the waters gaze; it holds a kind of mythical tranquility that one always wants to surrender themselves to. The same occurs in reverse for those city dwellers who long for the serenity of wilderness and green forest. Having both in our lives would be the ideal.

I enjoyed your description and the sense of longing it evokes. Another nice piece of writing Josie.

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Josie E. Cook M. A.

2 Years Ago

Thank you!

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Added on November 17, 2017
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Tags: love, water, nature, partner, poems

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Josie E. Cook M. A.
Josie E. Cook M. A.

urbana, OH



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I have recently received my second degree for Antioch University Midwest in Creative Writing. Poetry is my passion along with digital photography, painting, and fiction writing. I make my own jewelr.. more..

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