To Be a Wave upon the Ocean or Sea

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To be a wave upon the ocean or sea

part of the eternal scheme of things.

To see distant shores,

in far away and foreign lands

 

To be a wave upon the ocean or sea

dancing with dolphins that jump up from the deep.

Being one with the creatures beneath the waves

living so free and wild.

 

To be a wave upon the ocean or sea

simply living carefree.

Here today and gone tomorrow,

washing upon a thousand beaches

 

To be a part of the drama of violent storms

as lighting strikes and waves crash.

Until finally spent lazing against the shore

of some private cove.

 

To be a wave upon the ocean or sea

never knowing what tomorrow will bring.

Shining like a diamond under the sun,

steely gray under stormy skies above

 

To be a wave upon the ocean or sea

and see magical castles upon tall cliffs.

Mysterious lighthouses on remote islands

that send their beams far into the night.

 

To be a wave upon the ocean or sea always on the move,

a part of the secrets and many treasures,

that the deep holds in its grasp

and see the mighty ships go sailing by.

 

To be a wave upon the ocean or sea

and be one with eternity.

As time goes flowing by

the beauty of white-capped waves remains.

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About Rasma R

I live in Riga, Latvia. I was born in N.Y.C. Love to write articles and poetry. Instruct people in the English language. Live in the suburbs with my husband Martin and my wonderful cat Sid. I love rock and roll, cooking, reading, poetry and traveling.
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2 Responses to To Be a Wave upon the Ocean or Sea

  1. Lovely thought.
    In some ways I think we are all waves. Temporary, but beautiful.

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