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Previous Challenge Entry
Topic: Endurance (03/22/04)

TITLE: Come Sail With Me
By Norma OGrady
03/25/04

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Come Sail With Me
Billowing dark clouds Flow
As rays of first sunlight apear
Over billowing sea waves I go
My sailboat is so peaceful here
The glistening waves so thoughtfully say
You will find true peace my dear
Come sail with me this day
I will softly cuddle you
In my arms of ocean waves
For I am the life you long for
away from the chaos on land
where people have become more plentiful than sand


Member Comments
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Dori Knight03/30/04
i can sense the comfort you are trying to convey in this piece. thanks!
Leticia Caroccio03/31/04
What a nice little piece of writing. I saw myself sailing away on your boat. Thank you for the mini vacation.
Juanita Pittman-Brown04/01/04
Thank you for sharing...
This is sweet and inspiring...I love poetry -- to me it is the music of the soul and you have sung your song beautifully...
Anthony David04/02/04
I imagine this cute little poem to be a song sung by the Lord Jesus Christ!
Mary C Legg04/02/04
I hope you set it to music. it is quite lyrical and would make an incredible lullabye. anytime you have the notation, drop it on me. I'm listening.
Donna Anderson04/02/04
I could see it, smell it, hear it and rest in it. :)
Dave Wagner04/03/04
Nice. I enjoyed reading it, it had some nice touches. I'd consider substituting a different word for the second "billowing," perhaps...twice so close to each other is a bit much, methinks.

Good work.