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Sea Love

September 17, 2018

Go to the water's edge

for Amphitrite's re-birth

 

Look from the deep sea

up to the horizon and

then up to the sky

 

the sea calls me back in

 

my spirit begs

to be next to that peaceful vastness,

my eyes long for water,

my mind yearns for the cooling blue saturation

 

layered shades of blues and greens:

          navy

          sky blue

          teal

          turquoise

          aqua

          deep green

          seafoam

 

I am submerged in deep sea blue waves

 

A water immersion

born anew oh goddess of the sea

About the poet: Kimberly Madura has been a social worker for the past 20 years.  She has lived in Indiana and North Dakota.  She currently lives and 

writes in Vermont and had been published in several anthologies.

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