Sea Moon

let me be the bubbling river
through the granite rocks
under the streams
with noises
of trout and frogs let me be the sun
within your eyes
as the blue tides
of summer
the silenced seagulls let me be the rain
that cleanses
your windowpanes
and nurtures
your pansy garden let me be the moon
that lights
the candles
in the sea sky
protecting your summer

by Maria G. Karalis

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Comments (3)

Beautiful! ! ! Very proud of you cousin Maria.
Really impressive are cool Take care Roger
Lovely poem. The last verse is so powerful. I can picture the sea sky in my mind.. well done HBH