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Name In the Sand
by Frank N Price

Saturday, July 11, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A poem inspired by music and dreams.


I followed the sound for hours

only to find that its source

lay beyond a vast blue sea.

I waded in the shallows

and witnessed my reflection

in the calm swells.

I saw through my face,

as it faded into transparency.

The sands took shape

and spelled out my name.

The sound changed pitch,

and enticed my sense of longing.

I looked at the sky,

temporarily ignoring the salty pool.

I stepped back onto the shore

and found an old plank of driftwood.

I buried it in the sand

and watered it with seawater.

Before long,

the once battered and worn driftwood

had flourished and transformed into a boat.


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Reviewed by Sister Deborah Young 7/12/2009
Frank: Good job! Thanks for sharing. Sis. "D"
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