Wednesday, 11 July 2007

The Living Sea by Christine Bruness

Constant movement
kinetic strength
its force
does not discriminate--
it just is…
providing
a bounty
of nourishment
asking
for nothing
in return…
the least
we can do
is
keep it clean.



Christine Bruness, New Jersey, USA

5 comments:

...deb said...

I like this. The sentiment, of course, and the structure. Clarity.

(The link to this from PT is not working; my own prompts are caught in the spam filter awaiting moderation.)

PS--like this site. I'll link, if you don't mind.

AscenderRisesAbove said...

the very least we can do. seriously.

(the link doesn't work on PT because it has a dot after the com and before the /

Crafty Green Poet said...

Thanks for visiting despite the missing link! I'll go put it right! I'll be delighted if you link deb, of course! Outlinks here though are restricted to participants and resource sites.

Clare said...

Oh, I love Bolts of Silk, and in this poem "The Living Sea" I especially love the lines "its force does not discriminate.. it just is..." And so right about keeping it clean!

Tammy said...

Amen!!!!!!!!!!