poetry

Violets of the Sea

close up of abstract water against black background
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Violets of the Sea

As the world is changing
vast bodies of water flow and engage
both to the shores and to the depths
lapping below the surface dolphins swim

Would there be a flow of blue chargers
lazing while the far away stingrays glide
diving inward outward to the flow or tidal waves
landing where the souls incline to cry

Red oh red the sea is raging
sending foam of sediment and carcasses
when the sting of operations takes hold
running dare appendages be found

Landing on the banks with safety found
sand within without these crevices
itching and dare not to stand without the call
as the venture into the seas calls me in

Tushes find a place in rushing waters
once again the sea calls out come in
violets come forth from labored creatures
sea gardens of life will rise again

macro photography of bubble coral
Photo by Egor Kamelev on Pexels.com

This poem is in response to my Daily Prompt

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