“Southwold” by Mitch Hicks

Southwold by Mitch Hicks

Sometimes I think I’m that pier stuck out all alone in the sea.

Not on dry land, yet attached to it.

I spy the waves thru the crack on the deck that I can never touch.

I feel the shoes that walk over me and at night

the light house talks in coded lights.

My mind flashes on and off to mimic the thoughts I send

out to an empty starry night.

Snap & Poem by Mitch Hicks – U.K.

©2011

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3 comments

  1. lkthayer · April 13, 2011

    So sad & lovely & deep, Mitch I love your poetry & your snaps…don’t ever give up or give your art up, you shine even when you don’t feel like you do. Much love Lisa 🙂

  2. Lordy · April 13, 2011

    You bring fresh water to a salty creek……….Much love……..X
    Thank you so much Lisa.

    • lkthayer · April 13, 2011

      There is always fresh juice here, have a sip!

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