Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Jennifer Lagier- A Poem & Photo

Moss Landing in Moonlight
Pink and orange fade as autumn sun melts,
slides out of sight  into chilled, inky ocean.
Fishing fleets coil, retrieve tensile lines,
ice their catch, silently return to safe harbor.
Otters and harbor seals vanish, replaced
by sunburnt, half-drunken beachcombers.
Full moon balloons above Elkhorn Slough,
spills lunacy, sparkling gold across dimpled water.

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