Night Sea

night sea
as it
Sings to me,
Calls to me.

Waves splash
the seawall,
my body
with warm,
salty spray.

Dazzling swells
glide inland,
the shore-
luring away
soft Virgin Sand.

night sea,seduced
by summer moon,
invites stars
and shadows
to dance wildly
on its belly.

I also dance.
The night sea
as I
sing to you,
Call to you

Will you
Choose to Listen?
Is that an answer
I hear? Or a
Storm brewing?

Sharon Palmeri
Copyright Library of Congress 1998

**The above printed material is copyrighted, is registered with the Library of Congress and is the property of Sharon Palmeri. Permission is needed before use. Thank you! *S* **

About Sharon

Sharon Palmeri received her BS degree in English and journalism from Indiana University Northwest and IU Bloomington. As a published author she has taught in all areas of writing for 20+ years, and has had over two hundred articles and stories published in magazines and newspapers. She freelances as a ghost writer, editor, book doctor, publicist, and publication consultant. She also has worked as content editor, adviser and book layout designer.
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