The Frog and the Granite Shore, Part III

Away the wood,  I walked on Granite Shore
Pounding waves, like knuckles rapped upon a door
Lobster boat, weather-worn in winds that tore
And red-faced men, like fishermen of yore
Whose raw ripped flesh labored evermore
To work the sea that swept the granite shore

9 thoughts on “The Frog and the Granite Shore, Part III

    1. Thank you, Anurika, for taking the time to visit, read, and comment! I love the effort it takes to write rhyming poetry. It seems to have fallen out of favor with most periodicals, but I think it’s a wonderful way to express thoughts. Thank you for following me, too 🙂

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