Dancing on the Water

Goldfinch60 By Goldfinch60, 23rd Oct 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1nnxx2ld/
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A Poem to fit the category 'Dancing;' at a poetry group to which I belong

Poetry

Dancing on the Water

They glide along with effortless ease,
Sliding past each other, in this strange dance.
Bulging bellies full of the breath
That comes from the blowing wind.
Turning together, as though linked,
The water sliding beneath them,
With a sound of sibilance
Only heard by those close by.
They dance with each other on the waves,
This dance that seems to have no meaning;
The only music, the sounds of nature,
Spilling from the water and the wind.

Until at the last the horn booms out
Signalling that a yacht has won this race.

Tags

Dancing, Sailing, Yachts

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author avatar Goldfinch60
I have been writing poetry for a few years now and use it as a release for all types of feelings. I do not follow any set rules poetry as I find I cannot get the feeling correct if I use the rules.

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