eclipse Posted June 29, 2011 Share Posted June 29, 2011 (edited) The wind shapes circles from the sands an old couple hold aged wiry hands while watching a newly built carousel gulls are taunted by the lovely smell of a stall selling candy floss the old couple sit near the eroded cliffs and the tide interrupts their pathos further along the bay the wind lifts blowing away the paper from unwrapped gifts given to a girl by her silent golden lover and the tides roll on of the silver mother. The derelict lighthouse fades into the night a ghostly ship is still guided by its light The moon reveals it's twin in the end of a glass a drinker staggers out of the Sailor's arms he closes one eye and sees a ghostly ship pass. The sun breaks through a window a clock chimes. An old man the drinker receives his breakfast A wife knows like the moon their love will last Edited July 2, 2011 by eclipse Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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