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Sea Shore


Sea Shore


As I pass along the sea shore of life

And navigate barriers along my path

The soles of my feet are battered and bruised

By rocks and pebbles randomly strewn


But when I reach the soft silken sand

Where waves lap gently and sun shines softly

My body is healed in the light of His love

And my soul is again made whole




©DGA 17 January 2012 00:42

Author: adeeyoyo

I am a middle-aged South African woman, living in Johannesburg. I began writing poetry towards the end of May 2010. I love animals – sometimes more than people! I am back after a break. Thanks for still being here, if you are! Missed you! xxx

30 thoughts on “Sea Shore

  1. Sometimes the trials of life leave their bruises upon us.. but when we reach that ‘soft silken sand’… ahhhh.. there is peace.


  2. Nice fit with the pics, Denise.


  3. The photos are lovely. I really like the sentiment you express here. Landscape and nature often have a healing quality. Gorgeous!


  4. Very nice, Denise, I needed this after a frantic start to the year.


  5. Lovely allegory, Denise. And yes, great pics as well.

    Thank you.


  6. that was so tender and beautiful D


  7. Oh my goodness Adee….you got the pictures to illustrate your point so beautifully!


  8. This is the first of your posts that I have read. Beautiful! I’ve been stepping on quite a few pebbles lately… I think I’ll take a walk outside.


  9. nice..the sea shore itself is so evocative…and where the disicple had breakfast too when he came back…i go there to refind my rhythm often…


  10. As they say “life is no day at the beach” but it is good to know that He is our lifeguard. Nice poem and pics Denise.


  11. Loved the words and the pictures, Denise…


  12. Very well done, my friend!


  13. Love this combination of your and Granny1947’s talents – lovely


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