Park

Poem By Francesca Valentina Villa

Glistening in ocean's rays
Luminous leafs bathe against the roar
For I am lower than the sun
Far from any shore
Diving in flocks in their immobile stun
Concrete contains my emotion
For I reside on ocean's murk floor
Greeting these visitors causing me great motion

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