Partially embedded in the sand,
a nautilus, chambered, broken
perhaps by driftwood or a foot,
carelessly trod until the crunch
was heard. Pieces glisten
in their sheen; the sound of the sea
fractured yet still identifiable.
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Photography by Petr Kratochvil via Public Domain Pictures. Used with permission.
even fractured it still carries the sounds of its birthing...lovely little capture...
and hey i hear good things on the sequel to your book...
I would "LIKE" Brian's comment, if this were Facebook. Alas.
Glynn, your writing is phenomenal. Thank you for sharing your gift with this world.
Elegantly written, my friend! Beautiful!
I love that last line. It can apply to so many things.
Savored every word of this, Glynn. Just beautiful.
Word choice,word choice,word choice.it's what makes poetry glistening. Well done.
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