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Rocks on Rocks at Matunuck Beach by Jack McCabe
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Rocks on rocks, you see them
on Rhode Island beaches
at the wall at Narragansett or
along the rocky shoals at Matunuck.
Someone carefully collects them
balances them as instant sculptures
creating a Zen moment

The beaches of Rhode Island are varied.
There are sandy shallow waters like our
Salty Brine Beach, or Sand
Hill Cove. Yet, not far away at Matunuck
the undertow might pull you out to sea,
or the crashing storm waves grab the beach
and carry it to East Matunuck.
Ours are not as cold and rocky as in Maine.
But the lobsters…they are pretty much the same.

JPM © 2008.10.12
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University of Rhode Island, BFA.
Studied at Rhode Island School of Design and
S.U.N.Y. Purchase.
Major: Film
Proficent in printmaking, drawing, painting, pen & ink, poetry, calligraphy, and other stuff.

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  • April Jarocka
    April Jarockaalmost 4 years ago

    This is lovely Jack. I heard that these little ‘cairns’ of sorts are little prayer mounds. Each stone being a prayer. Lovely analogy. And yes, I have Irish and Cornish blood which makes me a Celt. I also have Spanish too….so what that makes me, I don’t know LOL

  • Thanks April,
    humm I guess that might make you what they call black Irish?
    Thanks for commenting, sorry I just noticed it.

    – Jack McCabe

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