by Richard L. Provencher
8/06/2009 / Poetry
Southshore, Nova Scotia
Hunched over, that
outline against Canso's shore
at harbour's open mouth
we share his vision,
visitor-searching along the Marine Trail
as seagulls pause, bleached necks
framed by an Atlantic expanse.
Our car intrudes upon the winding
asphalt, travels from cove
to silent cove
our strength renewed.
1988 Richard L. Provencher
All Rights Reserved
first published May 1988, Vol 3, No 2
Edges, the new literary magazine
Ledges Publishing Society
Edmonton, Alberta ISSN 0833 0077
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