Waves Crash

Not going to explain this except to say that T does not have anger issues. This is not about he and I.

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Stormy Tides

The waves pour inland
with high tide
and stormy seas.
Their rage and force
venting themselves
on the sand
and stones.

The rocks are solid,
standing
until they crumble
at last
with the force of
one-too-many
angry
tides.

They stand firm.
(I stand firm).
Waves crash
(words crash).
Tides batter
(words batter).
Firm, strong, and solid
until that
last
day.

One would never
guess
that they quiver
inside
like I do
when you
rage
at
me.

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2 thoughts on “Waves Crash

  1. This is powerful, Diana. I too am now placed on a peaceful shore, but could once have truly related to these words. Love your use of parentheticals.

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