water tumbles stones,
shells, metal, glass — sand glistens
a roar of silence
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Beautifully done, Linda. The images are strong yet so simple. Nice.
This cuts deep. Very good poem, Linda
I still love this.
…and times passes. Thank you for sharing this gem.
I love this, esp the roaring silence… Thank you.
so powerful. yes, thank you for this. it inspired the “after the shock” post. (http://just1m.blogspot.com/2011/03/after-shock.html). i didn’t realize it was written for broken shells.
Linda, sometimes the most profound essence is inside silence. Thanks for this.
there is very nice space between the words, and that wonderful silence at the end, that speaks so loudly. thank you for this one!
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