*Left Behind*

Shore of Stones -- Don Gray

In the silence at evenings
whispering in vain
waves caress a lonely shore

In the silence at evenings
lying left behind
stones at the seaside of love

© Eclipse 2011

Image: Shore of Stones by  Don Gray

Shared on Haiku Heights, One Single Impression,
Be Mused and Poetry Jam

~ by Eclipse on August 16, 2011.

19 Responses to “*Left Behind*”

  1. superb imagery.

    Please share your poetry with Jingle Poetry at The Gooseberry Garden Today.

    random poems, Haikus, or theme fitting ones are all welcome!

    Happy Writing!

  2. Lovely and wistful.

  3. i’m missing the beach about now

  4. wow nice poem, two discrete sides

  5. Nice form.
    Any chance I could borrow that image?

  6. Beautiful!

  7. Lovely poem. Tenuous Muse connection, at best, however.

  8. This is a gorgeous looking blog I have to say!

    Your poem is so scenic I felt like running for the shore and diving in. Lovely.Here from Poetry Jam Shah. x


  9. I Feel like thisy too often.

  10. And it is sometimes those simple stones, those simple moments which leave behind in us the most precious of memories.

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  12. This is incredibly lovely ….

  13. I have been getting behind on my blogging…LOL. Short poem, but so much is said with few words, well done.

  14. Beautiful poem and pic … my lovely friend. Thanks for sharing. Love, cat.

  15. There is sometimes so much to be learned from being still and in silence.

    It’s when we communicate most of all with Mother Earth and her bountiful love.

    I so enjoy reading your works.

  16. Thank you Sana…

  17. Love the imagery, both in your image itself and in the words that tie love to the shore.

  18. Very nice full circle feel to your piece.

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