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we knelt

by Peter Humphreys


remember
the strand
below the cliffs
where river and sea meet
courting each other
the bog brown, sea-green billows
and squawking gulls
hand-in-hand
we walked out to sea
where the seals
sunbathed
on the yellow-grey sand
you stopped
I know not why
and in the setting sun-light
we knelt
as ripples teased our knees
and kissed

07/31/2021

Posted on 07/31/2021
Copyright © 2021 Peter Humphreys

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by Kristina Woodhill on 08/23/21 at 03:35 AM

Just the perfect romantic scene you paint here. I do love the river and sea meeting and courting each other. Thanks, Peter. Worth remembering.

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