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Fog ran aground

Updated on February 7, 2012

Fog is rarely something silent.

It constantly whispers the vague.

Its quick to bring one to violence.

Its intent is to lead one a stray.

A shipwrecked cloud. Set and stranded.

A mist unable to stand.Alone in a haze and hollow.

It seeks the company of man.

A cloud nine run aground with a frown.

Hung up and tangled .In a landscape cobweb .

Lingering and wanting the suns rise.

Longing to rest with the dead.


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      raciniwa 5 years ago from Naga City, Cebu

      great to see you writing about the wonders of the fog in a unique approach...

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      maven101 5 years ago from Northern Arizona

      Being from San Francisco I know a thing or two about fog...I much prefer the gentler, kinder " kitten's feet " of Sandberg, although a fog seeking violence appeals to my Jack the Ripper side...Good to see you writing again, my friend...Larry

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      Nikki Wicked 5 years ago from Louisiana

      Oh how I have missed you! Another good one! I absolutely loved it. Fog does have this mysteriousness to it, this creepiness, this aura of the dead.

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      aware 5 years ago from West Palm Beach Florida.

      ty gregas for reading . and the comment .

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      Greg Schweizer 5 years ago from Corona, California.

      Nice approach to the always alluring fog. Greg