Strong breeze coming from walloping
ocean waves, until the sunset, calm the
wind. The moonlight reflection glitters
the vast ocean, tranquility at night lull
the tides, softly tossing the sands.
The salty air clings to my skin, crusty
sand gets tickled in between toes.
Playful big waves, teasing tiny ripples
in push and pull and colored sea treasures
At the early dawn break, I ran on the
boardwalk, to catch some fresh air and
take a walk. A loud greet of seagulls broke
the solitude, some colorful broken glasses
scattered on the shore, mistook as food.
Aida G. Roque, a Sped Teacher in Maryland, moved and retired in Delaware, USA. A bilingual poet/ writer hailed from the Philippines and presently residing in the USA. Published a total of 4 children’s books and 3 Collections of Poetry. An international poet and a recipient of numerous global awards, she co-authored anthology with other poets, worldwide. Her poems were published by Spillwords NY. USA, Poem Hunter, USA, All Poetry International Society and Poetrysoup, USA.