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Winter Sea Glass

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By Mary HaynesPublished 3 months ago 1 min read
Winter Sea Glass
Photo by Pete Godfrey on Unsplash

The wicked west wind shifted

Soft snowflakes shivered into icy peaks

The polished pillars painted reflective designs

The sun dipped down, dappling the water

Waves washed waste onto the beach

Suddenly a broken bottle brightly shone

Its silky smooth secrets long tumbled by sand and sea.

By Sara Codair on Unsplash

nature poetry

About the Creator

Mary Haynes

Mary Haynes splits her time between a romantic old sailboat in tropical waters and a beach home in Ontario. A wanderer, by fate, she embraces wherever she roams! Mary recently completed her first children’s book, “Who Ate My Peppers?”

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  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarran3 months ago

    This was soooo wonderful! Loved your poem!

  • Babs Iverson3 months ago

    Beautiful nature poem!!! Loved it!!!

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