New Beginning

Posted: January 19, 2012 in Ramblings of a sober Poet
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Strolling down the beach of cloudy yesterdays.
The rising sun drags a new day behind it.
And with it hope for a better tomorrow.
Waves crash onto the golden beach
spewing out chunks of sunken relationships
Here I have found a safe Place
A vantage point, from where I can wave goodbye

©Richard Quaz Roodt(2012)
This poem is linked to PoetsUnited (ThursdayThink Tank :Prompt; Goodbye)

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  1. zongrik says:

    i love the picture

  2. “chunks of sunken relationships” is such a strong image. I loved this poem!

  3. This is awesome! You never cease to amaze me with your talent, Quaz.

  4. I love this, and envy you the beach!

  5. Hope dversepoets is providing you a safe place as well. We certainly could “see” the poem, and more in the metaphorical sense. Thank you,

  6. leah J. Lynn says:

    I’ve similar dreams as this poem. Waving good bye as pictures of my ex boyfriend rolls by. Great work

  7. brian says:

    you end on a rather sad note…but i love the imagery in the opening 3 lines…nice….

  8. David King says:

    spewing out chunks of sunken relationships
    This was the highlight for me.

  9. Ravenblack says:

    Great lines, and wonderfully fresh metaphors and imagery. A safe place to wave goodbye, I think says it all about how sometime we don’t leave things behind until we are sure we would be ok without that which we want to leave behind.

  10. Nice word painting, Richard. There is a touch of nostalgia to this one.

  11. Shawna says:

    I like this: “sun drags a new day behind it”

  12. Ella says:

    I like how you handled the prompt! Saying good-bye to the past and hello towards tomorrow~
    Well Done

  13. A lovely poem that captured a well-spring of emotion 🙂

  14. Summer Rain says:

    the image gives one hope, well penned verse.

  15. Classic NYer says:

    What a lovely image… “a vantage point from where I can wave goodbye…” pretty powerful.

  16. “chunks of sunken relationships” – great imagery and a great line! Nice write!

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