Interesting things II

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I often search along the shoreline
where the tidemark’s clear and good
for interesting shells and stones
or bits of sea-washed wood

Sometimes there are stones with holes
or lengths of knotted rope
The choice is ever-changing
and there’s never lack of scope

Then later when these things are dry
I will use then every one
Shaped to form as testament to
the sea from whence they’ve come

Driftwood sculptures on the wall
or free-standing on their own
The treasures from the shoreline saved
and each one given home

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©Jemverse

Photos – (top) ‘Driftwood Crown’ by Jemdrift, (bottom) on exhibition in Shoreham’s Ropetackle centre

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. JuleAnn
    May 09, 2015 @ 08:23:55

    I appreciate the treasures of the seashore more than probably any earthly thing.

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