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TITLE: Waves
By Lauren Beyenhof
05/18/06
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"Waves"

The sea, shrouded by a thick haze
Beats an uneven cadence on the shore.
Water tumbles over itself, anxious to erase the still-fresh footprints of the seagulls.
Sea breezes toss the salty spray upward
As breaking waves continue.

Forever moving forward.
Forever pulling back.

The rolling waves chant a monotonous, lulling song.
A lullaby of a whisper.
Each wave is its own shape
Its own length
Its own beauty.

Crashing.
Receding.
Forever moving in.
Forever moving out.
A lullaby of a whisper.

I see myself reflected in the character of these waves.
Inconsistent
Yet consistently so.
I hurry toward the shore.
Only to find myself pulled back again.

My soul hears your voice in a monotonous, lulling song.
“Rest here with me.”
Your lullaby of a whisper comforts me.
As the haze around my heart lifts
I sense that it is your love that is burning the haze away.

My heart pulses a love song to you.
In you I put my hope.
In you I put my hope.
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