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Shoreline

Shoreline
By James Peregrine Galbraith
 
Standing on the shoreline
Wishing you were here
The thoughts that once surround me
Are not so very clear
 
The rain was light and warm
And glistened on your skin
The beauty of your form
Changed my soul within
 
My eyes are closed I see
Last summer we were here
Our hearts entwined and free now
I still recall your fear
 
The mist was hanging low
I let you sail away
Distance now between us
With so much more to say
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Poetry.com 4.3 out of 5 based on 4 votes.
Roland 'KingShip' Ediare More than 1 year ago
Well done
yvonne sensing More than 1 year ago
shoreline...good poem well done poem
Yvonne Sensing 10 months ago
enjoyed
Peter Kiggin More than 1 year ago
sail away,nice imagery.
Elliott Knick More than 1 year ago
yep i know the feeling good job
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