Life’s a Beach – Silhouette


Silhouette

A rippled, waving water touching sand
as early, breaking light, the rising sun
leaves profile of your face against my hand.
You! standing on this shore; our life begun.

So, now your face, still shadow on this beach:
a memory; a shining silhouette;
the soul of one whose memory would teach
of arms and love that never I’ll forget.

Risen sun, now full upon horizon;
the tide is rushing out, you slip away.
And, fading is that startled light that sung
yet mist of memory reminds my days.

So silhouetted ‘gainst remembered skies;
that love I saw in shadow of your eyes.

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