a sea wave kissed the amber rock
once, twice, three times…
after every kiss
it wasn’t really the same wave
and it wasn’t really the same amber rock
it was something more rounded
something more polished

I found an amber coloured pebble
I found a sea of poems

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Born in spring, my name means Spring. I love poetry in all its forms.

The word “poetry” derives from the Latin feminine noun poetria, meaning not “poetry” but “poetess”.

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  • Mark Ramstead
    Mark Ramsteadabout 2 years ago

    Broken in?

  • Not sure what you mean Mark

    – Vesna *

  • Richard G Witham
    Richard G Withamabout 2 years ago

    Wow: beautiful imagery as always Vesna, and I love that last line.

  • Thank you Richard, I find pebbles very poetical, so glad you liked this

    – Vesna *

  • Mui-Ling Teh
    Mui-Ling Tehabout 2 years ago

    So beautiful Vesna! Comes to show that change is beautiful and how it is everywhere, hence beauty can be found anywhere!

    And don’t worry about Mark’s comment; he says weird things all the time! ;) (And sometimes begins asking questions even before reading someone’s post… ahem.)

  • I started to write without knowing where it will lead me
    So even the writing is some kind of transformation in us
    And yes, beauty can be found everywhere, you know me well dear Mui-Ling, that’s my motto:)

    – Vesna *

  • Mark Ramstead
    Mark Ramsteadabout 2 years ago

    Perhaps being concise can mean being less precise. Pebbles are beautiful, but get that way due a combination of fluid, aggregate and friction. That does not sound poetic? A hard life produces beauty more often than not…

  • I get it now
    Sorry Mark I am often lost in metaphors
    Indeed a hard life produces beauty, friction, breaking in, piece by piece, sculpting… Cool
    Thank you so much for visting and revisiting:)

    – Vesna *

  • rjpmcmahon
    rjpmcmahonabout 2 years ago

    Lovely sentiment :-)

  • Thank you, thank you for visiting Rick:)

    – Vesna *

  • Donna19
    Donna19about 2 years ago

    Yes you did. I love this Vesna. Just precious to me

  • Rocky Loder
    Rocky Loderabout 2 years ago

    beautiful verse….

  • solarbear
    solarbearabout 2 years ago

    Enigmatic in meaning, love that. Maybe poems are polished through reading them? Maybe no masterpiece was created, which did not require the reciprocal of attention?

  • kenroome
    kenroomeabout 2 years ago

    What touches us changes us, the way a poem in the thought, moves across the lips and we are more beautiful than before. Really, really good.

  • msdebbie
    msdebbieabout 2 years ago

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