Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Moon and the Sea--By Mary A. Couch--United States

Moon and the Sea

The
moon saw
his love rise,
a young maiden
with flowing blue hair
from the sea’s crystal depth.
Love beats loud within his breast
gazing upon her perfect form.
He reached forth to take her in his arms
only to see her dissolve into foam.

Mary A. Couch resides in Noblesville, Indiana, and works as an Admin Assistant for Taylored Systems, Inc. a local telecommunication company. She is the Premier Poet for the Indiana State Federation of Poetry Clubs, and she learned poetry from her mother and two grandmothers who were writers, artists and storytellers. She has been published in a variety of venues.

7 comments:

  1. Hello Mary. I enjoyed reading "Moon and the Sea." I like the way you entwined romantic elements in it, with the Moon and the Sea as the leading characters. Very creative and well written. Thank you for sharing and continued blessings!

    -MJ (www.tgbtgpublictions.com)

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    1. Thank you Maurice - this is about a painting my niece Leanne did Titled the Moon and the Sea where she drew the moon looking at the sea rising as a ladies face out of a wave -

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  2. Wonderful. I love the visuals. very artful. Well done. best wishes. Pete.

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    1. Thank you - glad you liked the description

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  3. Hello, Ms. Mary Couch! Your poem almost touches some mythology and ends in dramatic moment of "wishful thinking" - very clever, indeed! Sheri

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  4. Very good poem.
    Best wishes,
    Lavana

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