MUSED
BellaOnline Literary Review
Pantheon, Rome by Lisa Shea

Table of Contents

Poetry


Water Nymph

Martha Landman

East of the sea gate
between Pallarenda and Magnetic Island
sailboats rise and fall with the waves

scavenger birds at the pontoon
watch you comb your morning hair

your body sleek and bronze
arises from your turquoise bed
the breeze whispers words from Hafiz:
turn left a thousand feet from here

tonight
Iíll meet you there.




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Reader Feedback:
This is simply beautiful, the scene is right there before the reader and all one wants is to turn left a thousand feet from here and gaze at "morning hair", listen to Hafiz and hope to read more from Martha Landman.
~Noel