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Sonnet #8
by M. Douglas  Hoss

I know why the sea returns to the bleached
white sand, why it rolls up and searches through
grains beneath it. I know why it never
rests but despairs, lonely within its bed.

I know why the wind is always stirring,
why it moves to sprinkle dew about the 
ground. I know why it joins in league with the 
sea to become an angry rolling storm.

Itís because they rue the lifetime they must 
wait for your essence to become a part 
of them once more, with pain and anguish being 

all they find in their dire emptiness. 
Who can blame the way they feel since itís how 
I agonize when you have gone away.

Poem ID: 84681   Poem Posted: 11/12/2006
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