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Dichotomy of a Beach

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English Poetry

The open sea
The closed harbor
The rising waves and
The falling sand

The moist wind
The dry shores
The swaying tree and
The sturdy rock

The thatched roof
The smooth floor
The smell of hot food and
The stench of cold fish

The crowded stretch
The empty sea
The lonely road and
Then just you and me

6 Comments

  1. Vishvnand says:

    Beautiful poem of muse
    Dichotomy in everything in life is there to sustain & bemuse
    Here couldn’t fathom whether dichotomy you appreciate or accuse…. 🙂

  2. Gion Gion says:

    Sneha,
    Very enjoyable poem, up-lifting and heart warming.
    Light and romantic – the complementary, interdependent, the “you and me”.
    I feel verse 3 is slightly out of character with the other verses and could be omitted to the betterment of the poem,
    Gion

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