Poetry On Odyssey: The Harmony Between Land and Sea
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Poetry On Odyssey: The Harmony Between Land and Sea

There's just something magical about the harmony the land and sea have.

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Poetry On Odyssey: The Harmony Between Land and Sea

If I could walk anywhere, I'd walk out of my life for the day and go to the beach.

The beach is one of my favorite places to be.

I would walk to the beach and feel the dry sand and shells beneath my feet as I walk towards the sea.

The sea splashing against the sandy shore, making sure its presence is known.

As I walk towards the sea, I'd still feel the dry sand beneath my feet,

but slowly the sand would become damp

and then it would become mud-like beneath my feet,

right where the land and sea meet in harmony.

I'd stop for a moment,

to appreciate the harmony that I'm a part of,

the harmony between the land and the sea.

I'd appreciate this harmony,

just like I appreciate the harmony between the sun and the moon,

and how they have harmony with the changing from day to night.

I'd continue to appreciate the harmony I have in my life.

The harmony between me and those I hold close,

my best friends,

my significant other,

my co-workers,

my family,

everyone who has stayed in my life.

All while the water rushes over my feet,

making it's presence known,

and cementing me into place.

A good place,

physically and mentally,

one of the best places I've been in my life in quite sometime.

All while the day meets the night.

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