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What the Sea told MeOne day I walked down to the beachTo ask the Sea a fewBrief questions of his scope and sizeTo add to what I knew.He waved with several foamy handsAnd paused to clear his throatBut I, finding his breeze too harshTook to a tiny boat.He boomed with resonating voice"Have you not seen or heard?Of all the things I give or takeWithout saying a word?Too long have I been silent;I have the right to boastFor years and centuries on endI've ruled the sky and coastMy seven daughters on this globeMy clouds that cloak the skyAll bring to you the rain you needWithout having to try,Although I'm drained a thousand timesMy mouth is bottomlessI'm fed by rivers bringing downFrom mountaintops my essence,One time, (it was so long ago)I covered e'en the landAnd though he said I may not doSo now, I understandI feel the warmth, so close to EarthAnd hear the eyeless livesWhisper their voiceless secrets ofWhere men have not set eyesWhat say you, child of standing EarthThis is the w
The Tales of BeleriandvilleElwin Graham cautiously manouvered his car through the narrow downtown streets. He was not familiar with most of Beleriandville, having mostly stayed within the confines of his office, but his wife, Melanie, had been unable to pick up their daughter from ballet school that day. Mel had called earlier that afternoon, and suggested sending Luci home on the bus, but Elwin had refused. He would not have his only daughter riding in any unsanitary, potentially dangerous form of transportation. No, he would rather pick her up himself.Now, however, he was starting to wonder whether or not that had been a good idea as he drove in circles down the narrow streets trying to get his bearings. Where was that cross street?His cell rang."Hello?"It was Luci."Dad, I've been waiting for, like, half an hour now. Where are you?""I'm sorry, I'm a bit lost here...I think I'm at Tyelpë Avenue...""Then you're only a block away! Oh, I can see you from here!"He turned to see Luci standing on the cor
Shall I compare thee....Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?You're like the sunburn I got at the beach.Which stings and smarts but will not go awayWorse than mosquito bites just out of reach.On August mornings sun gets in my eyesI feel the same whenever you I seeEmbarrassed by your childish tricks and liesYou're like the swimsuit that's too old for me.In raging summer heat I feel quite deadWorse still are sticky car seats that are hotYet when I hear those maxims that you've saidI must say they are false and foolish rot.But while I groan to think of our first meetingI know a summer day is short and fleeting.