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The ocean stripped boulder down to its knees, -a
Gave into rock; survived by desire -b
Gently felt through the mercurial trees, -a  
Suspended in motion to admire -b  
The swank body of shoreline out-reaching -c  
Even the song palette; stifled by wind -d  
With the cordial moonlight close to breaching -c  
Expectant blue skies of anchored sequin-d
 
Affixed to hydrangea, through miles of sand -e  
Frequently, taken up by somber rhyme-f  
In ripples, that edged closer on command-e    
Like an affirmed enticement over time-f  
Determined to silence; suffer and sprawl -g  
In the history of conquer and fall. -g
Nari
Written by Nari (Laura Jean)
Published | Edited 15th Nov 2018
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