This Poem was Submitted By: carl a wertman On Date: 2001-07-24 02:30:16 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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On a beach where each grain is the crystalline hue of a summer moon, where the ocean's din is a Heaven sent symphony of the miraculous and the mundane             touching           us       all in languidly swirling eddies, the tide advancing and receding in God's own time,        I kneel in willing subjugation upon this, the moist, yielding floor of the most perfect of cathedrals     -- content that in my solitude I am seen and my worship accepted.

Copyright © July 2001 carl a wertman

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