David Ross (dyvyd) wrote,
David Ross


Planitus sits close by
Panormos Bay
Where the wind
Tears and sings
Past carved Aeolus
And the waves
Crash and roll
All day

An isthmus
Of marmaros
Breaks the sea
But the wind's roar
Might launch you
To Rohari beach
Or flap your mind
Like a tattered flag
If you foolishly stand
In Its way

The hills above
Are just a haze
Of dusky rock
And clay
Above the explosion
Of wind and spray
Close by Planitus
On Panormos Bay
A place
Aeolus and Poseidon

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