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ocean

At high tide all my dangerous shoals remain secret. The sailor approaches easily, seeking safety in my harbor. We embrace under the wobbly moon. Later, the crags and ridges and points rise above the surface as the ocean recedes. The trick of the waves becomes clear. The sailor pulls up anchor and steals away into the night. I alone am left to tell thee.

Published in My poems Poetry Short Stories

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