Poetry

Glistening of the Sea #writephoto

Image borrowed from Sue Vincent

The midday sun glistened in the sea,
who would stand in the scorching sand,
Or get burned by the salty waves,
But there he was, a man

Frolicking, unafraid of the heat,
of the midday sun and it’s brilliant blaze,
He didn’t care for the sweet serenity,
of the dawn past, or the dusk to come

It was a dance, of a moth drawn to fire,
In solitude, for it was one’s goal alone,
A dark speck, that shined in the splendor,
It dashed towards a destiny, carved for those,
who dared to dance, where no one stood.

Written for Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt

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9 thoughts on “Glistening of the Sea #writephoto

  1. “It dashed towards a destiny, carved for those,
    who dared to dance, where no one stood.”
    Those lines are superb, Sagar. Thank you for joining in this week…I really enjoyed this poem.

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