Sunday, 30 March 2014

Poem for Sunday: Kayaking

by Nick Graham

(source: Wiki Commons)

The murky sea,

Writhes and churns,

A monstrous serpent,

Shadowed by clouds.


A chatter of adventurers

Take to the sea,

Carving through waves,

Ploughing onwards.


Locked in a battle,

A fight with the elements,

A test of skill and strength,

Of courage versus nature.


Slicing through the water,

Like a handful of knives,

Leaving no trace behind,

But an exhilarated trail of bubbles.

1 comment:

  1. Great poem! I love the analogy of kayaking to express the solitude of the poet in his childhood.


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