Shell Harbour

by Maher   Apr 29, 2019

Do you remember imagining the sand upon the shore?
Waves that kiss everything while always wanting more.
Boulders stacked high to a cliff face where we'd nest
warmly through the night as the moonlight shines it's best.

I still remember the path I'd walk no more:
Velvet sands where memories band to eat me from the core.
And as tides rise I feel them guide me closer to the swell;
voices playing feelings playing conscience all to hell.

With every step the starlight glitters slightly, so sublime,
off rocks that lead to puddles in sweet darkness, clandestine.
I still hear the thunder breaking far beyond the sky.
I still feel the memory of your face before my eyes.


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  • 8 months ago

    by Brenda

    Love this Maher! Wonderful to see a piece by you- I hope you've been well.

    • 8 months ago

      by Maher

      Thanks Brenda, glad you enjoyed it! I'm well, hope you've been too :)

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