SEACHANGE

June 25, 2015

FAR FAR OUT
BEYOND THE FAR HORIZON
WAY BEYOND US
WIND SWEPT SWELLS
RISE INTO BEING
LONGING FOR THIS SHORE

 

ON AND ON THEY ROLL
BENEATH THE ENDESS SKY
ON AND ON
ONE BY ONE
TOWARD THE DISTANT
WAITING SAND

 

THEN, SO NEAR
THEIR RECEDING KIN
RAISE THEM UP
ONE BY ONE
TO A GLORIOUS PEAK
CURVING, CRASHING DOWN
RUSHING TOWARD
THEIR BELOVED SHORE
REACHING REACHING FORWARD
WITH ALL THEIR WANING MIGHT
TILL
AT LAST
THEY STOP
END
RECEDE
TO TOPPLE THEIR NEXT OF KIN

 

© Richard Chamberlain 2015

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