Ocean

Ocean

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“Not waving, but drowning”, Sad, Davy.

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Ouch. This is sad 🙁

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Sad, but succint. I love the way you present your poems – works of art 🙂

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Hatred drowning traces of a lost love… sad but always true. I do hope we don’t get too fond of the depths and reach for the shore that’s inviting. A poignant write, D.

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oh yes. how hate can deplete love and eventually erase it. 😦

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Oh this hit hard, Davy–well done.

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    Thank you Gilda. I looked at your comment and re-read the poem and you have summed it up in two words. I like it when someone can give a different insight into something you have written. Thanks again.

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Yes, a poem as deep & rich as the ocean with multi-layered meaning! Thought maybe you were using your detective skills to pry into the criminal brain? Obviously reading it too literally, oops!

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The ocean offers so much inspiration to writing. This one draws on that darkness lurking deep below the surface – very good. I love how you capture so succinctly your ideas.

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