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Thursday, December 1, 2016

Lady of the Sea

LAH-DE-DAH, lah-de-dee
Lady on a yawl slid into the sea
Fell from grace
Off the bow did she.
Called for help not once but three.

Bobbed fore and aft
 Like a piece of debris
 Clung to a shell

Towed pell mell
 During this embrace
Wore seaweed lace
Drank algae tea.
Who could it be
On this ominous race
Might be you; hope not me
Lah-de-dah, shell-shocked she
Our lady...
Lady of the sea.


  1. Works as a beautiful abstract composition as well.

  2. this piece has my imagination working overtime...


  3. Thank you Alan and watch out world!

  4. I think of this lady as a pearl in a shell. The poem is just as lovely as your other pieces. I at first saw only the torso, legs and arms, but looking again I see her beautiful face with colorful encrusted hair.

  5. Incredibly beautiful art and poem.