Land and sea.

poem by: Christopher Russon
Written on May 25, 2016

Lost at sea 
Lost no more
Wave those waves
Goodbye.

No angry storms
Just sand and land
Awaits for all
As a new day dawns.

Memories of tossing rage
Of endless flow of tide
A sudden change of calmness
Two shades of blue arise.

The rainbows prism
A deceiving eye
Says will you stay
Or say goodbye.

All is gone with weather change
New colours start to fade
grey clouds return again 
Time to advance to harbours bay.

We see new pastures green
Our eyes an opened gaze
scented cherry blossom
falling on to the ground .

Barley with summers warmth
Grows slowly to its head
Adorning it must be said.

Lost at sea
Lost no more
Wave those waves 
Goodbye.

Close those doors
Of yesterday
And let those seas
Run dry.



 

Tags: happy, hope, fear,

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Christopher Russon commented:
Sorry correction to this poem.2 shades of blue not 2 shapes of blue.
JOHN KNIGHT commented:
A very interesting poem describing changes in life from day to day. Sometimes I feel "lost at sea" but then i glimpse the shore and all is well. Thanks for sharing - JOHN
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you John.this poem is based on a true story about a man who had fear of the sea. He thought he could overcome that fear by sailing it.he was wrong.
Raychill Ellisonwonderland commented:
Wow, before I scrolled down and read your basis for the poem, I was going to ask if the 'fear' was yours. Very vivid.
Christopher Russon commented:
This poem wasn.t about me nevertheles I do fear the sea . Thank you for your comment
leanne royle commented:
Beautiful
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you very much Leanne for your comment.
Cecilia Crasto commented:
Love it, I can watch the sea all day, but I too fear the power of the ocean, very descriptive.
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you for your comment Cecilia.
commented:
Very good poem Christopher. Nothing more beautiful and peaceful than the ocean (of course, i'm referring to viewing it while standing on solid ground on the shoreline.....hahaha)
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you Michael.I feel the same.
Chris Cleverly commented:
Facing fear, no matter the outcome or consequences, I like it a lot. Very well writen, thankyou for sharing
Christopher Russon commented:
thank you chris for your comment
Edward shields commented:
Confusing??
Paddy Clegg commented:
Really enjoyed this piece. I actually read it as "shades". Great flow to the verses, choppy, just like the waves. It took a second read to get verse 6, but yeah, it all vocalizes a great picture.
Josephina DeGraeve commented:
Well Written
Arch Angel commented:
Disasters are scenic with its lovely art and expression. But when you're in it; fear entangles you, plummets your hope to the core of the earth. Wonderful poem.
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you every one for your comments.
Frank byrne commented:
Very good poem Chris......the sea is so powerful......scares me...I'd have less fear going into space than deep sea diving!.....
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you Frank .I have a fear and at the same time a fascination for the sea.
Piya Paul Mudgal commented:
"Wave those waves", very thoughtful
Christopher Russon commented:

Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you very much for your kind words Piya.
Ja Ja commented:
I sea your journey to the shore. And all the loss and pain it bore. Thank you
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you Ja Ja.based on a true story.about a boat maker who had a fear of the sea.

 

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