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Beach Scenes: Two Poems

Updated on February 13, 2017
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Liz has always loved reading and writing, and has loved language since childhood. She enjoys writing poems & playing word games.

The Seagull

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Wings of fog and slate,

Stretching toward distant horizons.

Banking, circling, leaning;

Perfect balance

And effortless grace,

Motionless motion;

Resting, reclining,

Carried at will

On gossamer air.

Enters Night

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Lone gull

On empty dunes;

Setting sun,

Ebbing tide.

Discarded footprints

Along the shore,

Freshening breeze

Stirring grass;

The soft silent sounds

Of night slipping in.

© 2015 Liz Elias

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    whonunuwho 24 months ago from United States

    Very nicely done my friend.whonu

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    Liz Elias 24 months ago from Oakley, CA

    Thanks so very much, whonunuwho, I'm glad you enjoyed!

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    Shauna L Bowling 24 months ago from Central Florida

    These are both so peaceful and free. Beautiful work, Lizzy!

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    Liz Elias 24 months ago from Oakley, CA

    Hi, bravewarrior!

    Thank you so very much; delighted you liked this pair. In my binder, these are on separate pages, but I stuck them together here as they seemed well-matched, and, to lengthen the Hub a bit towards HP standards of preferring lengthier articles. LOL...even though this is not a poetry-friendly site for the most part. ;-)

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    The Examiner-1 23 months ago

    Beautiful DzyMsLizzy. It made me wish that I could fly above the beach and feel the breeze as I soared along the shore. I voted up, shared and pinned it.

    Kevin

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    Liz Elias 23 months ago from Oakley, CA

    Hi, Kevin!

    I'm pleased you so enjoyed these poems; that they invoked such feelings. Thanks so much for the vote, share and pin!

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    Peg Cole 19 months ago from Dallas, Texas

    These lovely poems brought beautiful images of sand and sea. How wonderful to soar on "wings of fog and slate."

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    Liz Elias 19 months ago from Oakley, CA

    Thank you, Peg. I'm so glad you enjoyed these two snippets of my mind at play. ;-)

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