Wednesday, March 6, 2013

When Oceans Flow….Tears Follow--By Maurice J. Reynolds--United States

When Oceans Flow….Tears Follow

Silence as I watch the ocean still
The sun sets, bringing joy
Gentle winds make the waters sway
Peace in a peace-less world
Roaring waves, yet still, they are so calm
The sound of the swaying water is music to my ears
Tranquility and peace to my heart
A beautiful sight that takes my breath away
Stirring emotions I’ve never felt before
The peace, the grace, the majesty, the essence
Release my joy….let my tears flow
A home away from home
Inhale peace, exhale joy
Peace
When oceans flow….tears follow

Maurice J. Reynolds is a freelance writer who has had material published in various publications.  He is the owner of To God be the Glory! Publications, a literary ministry that produces the poetry publication Creative Inspirations.  More information can be found at: www.tgbtgpublictions.com.

8 comments:

  1. Lovely poem. The Chesil Bank in Dorset England holds many joys for me which these words convey. Thanks for the sunshine! Ralph.

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    1. Ralph, thank you so much for your kind words. It is a joy to know that something I wrote brought a little "sunshine" in. :-)

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  2. Something about the ocean that brings so many emotions to one's soul. Lovely reading - putting the reader right there on the ocean's shore. Thanks for sharing...

    Rhoda

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    1. RG, I concur, the ocean is such a beautiful creation. Thank you for your kind comments.

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  3. Hi Maurice,

    I enjoyed reading your poem today. I too can relate to the peace that one feels when enjoying the wonders of nature, it does take your breath away. Thanks for sharing.

    Sandra

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    1. Thank you so much, Sandra. Your kind words are soothing, just like a beautiful day at the beach is.

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  4. Thank you, Jack Horne, for the following comment--

    Maurice Reynolds: Wonderful and emotive piece.

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  5. Thank you too, Jack Horne, for the kind comments. I really love the ocean.

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