Ever since the family spent a week at York Beach, Maine, I’ve had the ocean on my mind. Then again, I have the ocean on my mind every day of every summer! Which explains today’s poem.
(By the way, if you missed this past Tuesday’s post about why I’m glad I’m not “lucky”…I hope you’ll take a few moments to check it out HERE!)
dance in the tidewater,
following the lead
of the undertow, while into
a hermit crab scurries
as if he knows
is about to happen.
– © 2015 Matt Forrest Esenwine, all rights reserved
Catherine at Reading to the Core is hosting Poetry Friday today, so rest assured there’s lots more poetry to be found!
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