Ocean Dream – Poetry Prompt #17

I look out the window
And what do I see?
Blue waves breaking on the shore to see.
Summer has brought me such a nice surprise,
Seashell collecting under the skies.
 
I can take an arm full and make something neat,
Castles decorated and jewelry to last a week.
 
It wasn’t very so,
But it seemed to me,
Sunset in the ocean as far as I can see.

This is done to the tune of “Popcorn Popping” which is a Primary song from the Children’s Primary Songbook. The place that I would like to see is the ocean, in response to this week’s Poetry Prompt from WeDrink.

I have been to the West Coast and East Coast of the Continental U.S. but I have never seen an ocean.

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About martha0stout

I like to read and write and hang out with my family and friends. I currently live on a farm and all that such a living entails.
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9 Responses to Ocean Dream – Poetry Prompt #17

  1. DerErzahler says:

    Beautifully written. Never seen the ocean? Hmmm… I hope you can see it at some point. It is a true sight to behold.

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    • martha0stout says:

      Thank you and no, never seen one outside of a video or picture. I hope to some day see it. Most of my siblings have seen one or both and they tell me that it is glorious. And cold, very very cold.

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  2. Oloriel says:

    Beautiful and Vivid! I, too, have never seen the ocean and would love to see it, and I hope you do too and somehow it feels it will be even better than the expectations.

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  4. Suzanne says:

    lovely

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