A TOUCH OF MEMORY

tall pines

line the side

of the road

to the shoreline

where rocks

lay scattered,

black and gray,

smooth from

millennial washing

 

it’s a place

held tight

to the chest,

spoken of

only in memory

when skies

are alive

with color

and few words

are spoken

 

but night

remembers

 


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