she and he

ingus, he, came to the sea
to plant his seeds and stay,
but ocean, she, did merrily
draw thoughtful roots astray.

ingus, he, longed awefully
for trincen comrades fair,
but ocean, she, reminded he
of custom’s covert snare.

ocean, she, points laughingly
at brown bird’s litter nest;
“the hobinolu’s convinced the key
lies in collections best.

“he gathers builds and guarantees
his comforts made by hand,
but after all his drudgery
his nest’s still built on sand.”

ingus, he, gazed yearningly
at treasures placed just so.
he wished his wishes there did lead…
but ease remained his foe.

then ingus, he, turned eyes to she
vowing never too be moored
by fleculth ramparts marked by we
who build walls by the four.

instead the two found they agree
to tralgir not a frame;
but rather serve infinity
by probing worlds unclaimed.

ocean, she, and ingus, he
lay smugly side by side
for ocean, she, reminder be:
in change doth life abide.

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1 Response to “she and he”


  1. 1 MommaDeb May 29, 2009 at 7:17 am

    did you write this? it is wonderful. love you


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Keep me away from the wisdom which does not cry, the philosophy which does not laugh and the greatness which does not bow before children.
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