#114. wrackers

December 17, 2009


i have great difficulty
in finding my footing
while trying to swim
across the sea

you sail a ship
into the reefs instead
of paying attention
to the beams
of the lighthouse

we meet where
foam defines tragedy

3 Responses to “#114. wrackers”

  1. zevstar said

    a wracker (from wrecker) was the name given to/taken by the inhabitants of block island located off the coast of long island, ny near montauk during the 1800’s-1900’s who made their living off the salvage of the many wrecks which came to grief on the treacherous reefs and rocks along with their cargoes which washed ashore.

  2. Evelyn said

    “Where foam defines tragedy”

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