Tuesday, 30 August 2011

Man and his Man

Man and his Man
Stand in the ocean
Where Squalls move fast
Sea ripped apart.

Man and his Man
Have braced
Against such tirades
Eons upon time.

Man and his Man
Stand apart from the land
By the gods.

Man and his Man
Beaten by waves
Battered by wind
Resilient to all.

Man and his Man
Never place for man.
Birds soar
Seals swim.

Man and his Man
Stand in the ocean
Sun shines
Waves lap as one
All is calm.

Man and his Man


upwoods said...

If only Man and his Man did not stand apart from the land... Lovely imagery, Claire.

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Hi thank you for your comment on my blog. how did you discover my blog. I do travel but not in England , I prefer going to Mainland europe.. but not doing any travelling at the moment as recovering from a broken ankle.

I have lots of friends throughout the world who send me cards and this was started a year or so a go,

the cuby poet said...

I watched the sea for a long time and when I found out their name Man and his man that intrigued me too.Hence the poem. Claire

Eva Marie said...

Nice poem, you write very well :-)

Eva Marie said...

Nice poem :)

the cuby poet said...

Welcome Eva Marie and thanks for your comment. Man and his Man are two large rocks which stand off the north Cornish coast.

Eva Marie said...

That's great - I've added you to my blog list as well :)
Enjoy your evening.

CherryPie said...

Lovely poem, thanks for explaining Man and his Man :-)