Michael Edwards

INCOMING TIDE

INCOMING TIDE

 

Waves buffet rocks and boulders

worn smooth, reflecting light

dressed with oceans glistening coat

dividing funnelled foaming fingers

reaching out at oceans edge.

 

Comments8

  • P.H.Rose

    I like both...
    Sometimes
    5 lines can
    say more
    Than 50....

  • Michael Edwards

    Thanks PH.
    So much poetry today is dominated by poems about 'me me me' - you know what I mean: I feel sad, I'm so hard done by, I've lost my love, woe is me, etc etc. Don't get me wrong there's some great stuff out there but I much prefer poems that paint a picture and or tell a storey and or transport you to another place - or make you smile!!

    You know it's a great shame this site doesn't have a forum to exchange ideas. there's some talent on this site and it would be great to exchange ideas, chat about thought processes and inspiration, different poetry forms and styles etc.

  • BRIAN & ANGELA

    Thanks MICHAEL ~ I love free verse poetry ~ it flows free ~ like the tide ! Love the visual too. I agree with your comment to PHR our communication is too trite and transient. I like to post Acrostics ~ Sonnets ~ HAIKU etc and do add a word of explanation. On FUSION I do encourage Members to submit HAIKU etc. Thanks for caring BRIAN Please check my latest poem ~ Thanks B

  • Michael Edwards

    Cheers Brian - have done.

  • Tony36

    Great write and great picture

  • WriteBeLight

    Ominous! Excellent! Great!

  • Michael Edwards

    Thanks Kat, Tony and WBL

  • Suresh

    You paint a beautiful picture here - in both art forms.
    Do we not like to pick up treasures brought in by them those waves



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