This morning the sea

 

The Sea

This morning

the sea

was a thin

strip of

marshmallow,

white

on the black

sand.

 

 

(Still starting my days with a run and a swim. The water is heavenly. It clears my head so I am ready to write!)

6 thoughts on “This morning the sea

    1. Paula Green Post author

      wonderful! Welcome back to poetry box! What fabulous similes in your poems. What delicious words!

      I really really love these!

      I could do a post of them sarah if you send in one .doc

      Reply
  1. fernskylaboyle

    Hi Paula! You inspired us with your sea poem and so we wrote some about a giant slurp, slushy wave in Nantucket… Tommy March 4 2015

    Wave Giant, cold wave looks like a tsunami the tsunami floods the whole town the sea is calm the sea is white the wave is G I A N T ! mia March 4 2015

    Wave A calm beach with a blue sea behind it and behind it is a horizon with black sand tom March 4 2015

    Waves The waves are very cold and they are made of ice they are ice waves Ben A March 4 2015

    Waves The big waves are tsunami can flood the whole town rheannon March 4 2015

    Fresh waves The frozen, icy fresh wave looks just like a slushy sea moving in the fresh wave and it looks all calm in a sparkling sea sequoia March 4 2015

    Frozen Waves The waves are big and they are frozen and it looks like a hill some of them moving it is very cold because it is icy ruby-rhain March 4 2015

    Frozen Wave The frozen wave is like a tunnel it’s still and calm the white water is moving slowly on the beach

    noah March 4 2015

    Wave Giant wave was icy and it was sticky it looked like marshmallows myles March 4 2015

    Wave The wave is a big wave you can surf on it ben l March 4 2015

    Wave Giant, greeny-grey icy wave it looks like a wrinkled skateboard ramp Joshua March 4 2015

    Tsunami Ice wave looks like a slushy and it looks like a big wave taylor March 4 2015

    Wave Ice wave greeny-grey and it is cold and it looks like a skateboard ramp also it looks like a tsunami like sparkly sand and it is wrinkled

    Ashlynne March 4 2015

    Frozen Waves Giant waves that are moving so slow it looks like some sand falling down it looks so cold and it looks like greeny-grey white the black sand by the marshmallows if you swim in the marshmallows it is so smooth you might be sticky Jesse March 4 2015

    Waves Cold waves are cool because they are frozen and cold it is greeny-grey and it is like a skateboard ramp hill and tunnel

    BRIAN March 4 2015

    Wave White, cold wave the cold, cold water and if you touch it you will freeze to death

    TArn March 4 2015

    Wave An icy wave looks like a tsunami and it looks like an icy skateboard ramp and it is slowly moving to the sand Ben Love March 4 2015

    Wave Little wave look at the wave I just looked at the wave I saw the big, frozen wave going so slow

    Emme March 4 2015

    Wave The wave is greeny-grey it is like a hill it is like a skateboard it is crinkled Theo March 4 2015

    Wave The wave looks like the sparkly sand it is slowly moving to the sand Cooper March 4 2015

    Waves The waves look like skateboard ramps slowly falling over the sea wrinkled hills it is slushy

    Kyran March 4 2015

    Icy Wave Icy wave looks like a tunnel it is slowly moving over the sea looks like a skateboard ramp wrinkled hill

    Dr. Sarah Boyle 36A Maclaurin Rd. Hexton, RD1 Gisborne NEW ZEALAND 0064 6 867 9627

    Date: Tue, 3 Mar 2015 20:47:15 +0000 To: sarahmillsy@hotmail.com

    Reply
  2. Paula Green Post author

    wonderful! Welcome back to poetry box! What fabulous similes in your poems. What delicious words!

    I really really love these!

    I could do a post of them sarah if you send in one .doc

    Reply
  3. Pingback: My sea poem inspired a young class at Ormond School to do their own sea poems. Wonderful! | Poetry Box

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