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The Ocean, A Rhythm in Time

Updated on October 15, 2011

Balance of Life

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Rhythm of Life

Restless waves come from a briney deep,

Rushing toward the distant shore.

Rise and fall in a crescendo from sleep,

Their rhythm to reach a great roar.


As bathed by waves, pale sands implore,

Returning waters, with open arms, once more.

In a cadence of the metered sounds,

An ocean's white spray, without any bounds.


As sea birds wing, up high, over head,

Great mammals of the deep, rest in their beds.

In rainbow's colors, fish all swim below,

While brisk winds swiftly, in their approval, blow.


Ocean's tides soon to rise and fall,

As a paling moon moves, above the far wall.

A mountain's ridges, line a landscape,

In their balance of life, they all take shape.




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    • Hyphenbird profile image

      Brenda Barnes 5 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      This is a lovely poem, very well written and metered. I enjoyed it immensely. Thank you very much.

    • BongSantos profile image

      Jobb Gosamo 5 years ago from Philippines

      Another musical poem with great sensitivity. Hyphenbird is right, it's very well written and metered. I love it too.

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      anndavis25 5 years ago from Clearwater, Fl.

      Makes me want to visit the ocean...oh wait, I only live 9 miles from the gulf. Here I go. Nice job, Who.

      up and awesome....

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      Dora Isaac Weithers 5 years ago from The Caribbean

      Another good collection of word pictures!

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