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Storm rising along the lima coast - poetry


Storm Rising along the Lima Coast
[Summer of 2002]

?wind was blowing furiously
It never left for a moment
Bursts of fury
I found it challenging to keep
My feet placed, thus,
I clung to my knees
For one heavenly moment
I could not now disguise it
From myself
Some clever feeling
Manifested itself
Then the in progress drew
Sharply away from me
With her mystery-

Back out into the open sea
Yet-, still it roared back at me!
It was an uttered release
It made my head swim
I noticed it kept-step
With my exultation!?

#761 7/14/2005

Notes: There are mysteries to the sea, at times it seems as to have its own mind, its own character; as if description was plugged into all that exist. Earth itself being an body with its own lively soul. We all seem to be come what may attached do we not, to the sea, to its ghosts that live inside it; to the earth that holds it, and its ambiance about us that seems to a consider concerning man, characteristics and space. Even the moon has its duties to the earth, and man, to guard us from damaging elements. Who gave them such a command? Sometime it wall all fly into space, the load and all, and earth knows it, and wants to share with us-as it is part of us-its compliant mystery, while time lasts.

Dennis Siluk's new book, "Spell of the Andes," is now accessible at your internet books stores; http://www. amazon. com and http://www. bn. com; he live is Minnisota and Peru with his wife Rosa.


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