tagNon-Erotic PoetryFrom the marshes to the sea

From the marshes to the sea


Eerie fog clothes the reeds
whispering their secrets
below the Harriers hungry eyes.
Beyond the dunes ships moan,
muffled ghosts
slip soundlessly by the coast.
Long gone the days of wreckers
lured to the rocky shore,
smashed and doomed in the breakers.
Happisburgh lighthouse flashes warning!
Twice on the land, twice on the sea.

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