BEACON – A POEM

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She wears the warmth of sunlight,

Woven deep, fabric of skin that glimmers

from shark-toothed mouths of clouds,

They swallow her, she weeps,

Faint mist, the ocean spray

rallies against crashing waves

that spar with stubborn stone,

Tooth and nail they chip away,

Flint and shale that slip to clay

to show her and her bones,

A startling white that

shames the night

and cures me of my woes.

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