the
         librarian
          shakes
           sand
           out
            of
            my
           over
           due
             b
             o
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11 Responses

  1. peggy Says:

    excellent, love this!

  2. Magyar Says:

    Fine, Sally!
    __ Ah, those magic of books with real paper pages, as an older person I see nothing better and your verse fully explains their portable importance. _m

    beach book
    with too many periods
    grains of thought

  3. Sabra Fenske Says:

    A whole summer’s worth of memories and doings falling out from between those pages… This is lovely!

  4. papagreenbean Says:

    Terrific imagination!

  5. Lynne Says:

    This made me smile and keep on smiling. And there's so much back story packed into these few words: lazy reading days on a beach holiday. I could almost smell the suntan oil, feel the sun on my shoulders!

  6. Mike Schoenburg I Says:

    Nice poem, I liked it!

    afternoon waves
    the falling sun
    shadows the sand

  7. Sally Biggar Says:

    My thanks to everyone who has commented; I appreciate your remarks very much.

  8. Stephen Lindow Says:

    Wind blew roughly in
    knocking brass bells from silence
    then placing them back

  9. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Love the concrete element in this, Sally!

    marion

  10. portaldasher Says:

    very beatiful dude, let's go!

  11. lindowst Says:

    rain pachinkos
    neon signature:
    good noodles here

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