Gliding over limbs
Like silky fabric.
The seagulls called
And pelicans flew low over the water
Like low flying jets
Looking for a meal.
Parasailors in the distance,
And a cormorant on top of a buoy.
Waves breaking on the beach
As we drifted with the tide
In and out
Up and down
Embracing in the turquoise waters
White sand beneath our feet
Blue sky above our heads
Bonded and freed
By the force of nature
That gently rolled the ocean in
And just let us be
Part of that one great thing.
By Deborah E. Dayen
Image from WFP Quote Blogs via Google Images
Did you know that everyday somebody has the biggest drop in the entire world?
They have no idea that their drop was so large. Isn’t that a wonderful thing?
2020 -all about big drops of the ocean.
I never really considered that one drop was bigger than another, 2020. I kind of though of “drop” as a unit of measure, meaning all drops are the same size However, I could be wrong.
Anyway, some drops are just really big drips, and some big drips are not as big as they think they are.
But all of them end up back in the ocean, sooner or later. 🙂