A blanket of seaweed

A blanket of seaweed was it’s presence,
that I found on the beach
and tried to spread over the sand.
It waved on a breeze coming in from the sea.

It was light to me, colour and weight,
more friend than ever friendship was
it covered me, sheltered me for a moment
but as the wind turned east,
getting colder, stronger,
I was not strong enough.

I let it slip out of my hand, it went
somewhere far across the water,
it disappeared. It was your love.

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Comments on: "A blanket of seaweed" (2)

  1. Nice poem as usual Ina.

    I have subscribed to your site, i always thought i had πŸ™‚ if you would like to do the same, Harry

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