Cacophony

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Wind whistles through sails of a hundred moored ships

And seagulls cry out in their search for old chips

The sea crashes, dances against pier and rock

And low haunting notes softly ring through the dock.

 

Each strong breath is met with a sweet jangling sound

The clanging of metals that echoes around

Of tall poles on boats oh so grand and so bold

And ancient wood creaking – that sound so age-old.

 

We hear distant engine growls way out to sea

Ships honking their horns, singing out wild and free

The harbour-side harmonies sound day and night

Unstoppable melodies winging their flight.


Written March 2018 (by Kat Gibson).

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Cacophony