Sunday, September 9, 2012

From Kenya 2009 (Humor and Life)


The sea shore, an island in the distance,
Silky waves against the sunset,
wrinkled reflections in blinking eyes,
The island and the ocean connect,
by boats, and wanderers with high-pointed noses,
In fact, there are others shores,
Germany and Spain, San Francisco
and Florida keys, New York City and etc.,
Unsettled ripples ride the wind passing wishes,
remembering the Pearl Harbor in California,
Peace and wars build up in waters,
Forests turn red in summer heat,
I grow up, no more weak
in thinking or surviving,
I see the sea,
and becoming sensitive on one's fate.

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Rachel Collegewood Schapiro said...

life is unpredictable at times.

Anonymous said...

very revealing.

Alissa Daimakepeace Schapiro said...


Tonya Fornia Aniston said...

war and history the sad reminder.

Nataeven FairyAn Fallin said...

powerful reminder.

Sheng Henry Wood said...

nominating you for an award.

Kristjaan Panneman said...

Awesome! Love the way you have brought history in here with your words. So balanced.

Tifiny ishare Moon said...

well rounded write.

Morton Monica Evans said...

great sentiments.