I know so much I hadn’t wished for
I know so much that I don’t need.
Does the sea complain
its water is more than it wishes for?
Do the mountains complain
they have rocks they don’t need?
I lie on the edge of the sea
I lie in the foot of the mountain
And I wish to be able to see.
© 2012 Mariya Koleva
Here is my seventh daily contribution to the Poetry Month challenge and celebration! So far, I have managed to keep my pace and hope to have the strength to do so for the remaining three weeks.
The prompt on which I poem today comes from the Haiku Heights and is Forgive.
Forgive the rain that
Falls over the sea but not
On your thirsty field.
© Mariya Koleva
Image taken from here.
Acrostic Only – August 2011 – Acrostic Haiku – SEA
Southern seas await
Ecstatic waves to surge up
At ease with dolphins.
© 2011 Mariya Koleva