A Dead Tree On A Distant Shore by Suchoon Mo

long ago
when you  were very young
you sat alone on the beach
and wrote you name on the sand
then the ocean waves came quietly  
and carried it away

far away
to a distant shore
where today a lone dead tree stands
still bearing your very name
lost and gone
long ago
Photo by Nathan Cowley on Pexels.com

About the Poet:

Suchoon Mo lives in the semiarid part of Colorado. His recent poems appear in Aji, Rabid Oak, North Of Oxford, Literary Nest, Literary Yard, Modern Literature, Modern Poets Magazine, Jonah Magazine, Scarlet Leaf Review, Blue Lake Review, and The Mantle Poetry.

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