Across A Blue Ocean

Across A Blue OceanLetters travel across a blue ocean
Ascending toward the zenith of the heart
Fluidity gives meaning between words
A continuous song from the misty sea
In between the meaning is heaven’s gate
Where Andromeda keeps her watch
Stones set on the land to chart our course
A beacon of ancient light before light ever was
I hear a blackbird sing upon arrival
A hawk glides overhead, he knows your name
His sense of rhythm and rhyme speak of poetic vision
Abiding under your chapeau aussi blanc que le soleil d’été
Words have a way of telling more than we know
The ocean doesn’t seem so wide tonight.                                                                             I am sailing…                                                                         

For Little Bird

©jc2017-9

*Photo by Pixabay

This poem first appeared in January of 2016 under the name,'A Blue Ocean'. I felt at the time that it would grow in depth and insight and it has which prompted me to post it in its second incarnation.I hope you enjoy.
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JC

I was officially diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease on October 29, 2012. These are my thoughts on Parkinson's and a variety of subjects.

18 thoughts on “Across A Blue Ocean”

  1. To be a Hawk and a poetic one at that
    to cross this mighty ocean noiselessly,
    Guided by “A beacon of ancient light before light ever was”.

    Such a romantic and beautiful poem Jeff.
    I am glad that French was one of the languages required in school.
    Wouldn’t like to miss that line.:)
    Can’t go wrong with “I’m sailing”…….
    🌈 Mirja

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    1. Thank you Mirja. Yes, it is romantic and wonderful to feel that way. I knew you would be able to catch the French line in there… More and more I feel the need to add in french words. I guess I may be trying to honor my heritage. And yes, the song is great.

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