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high above wave-line sandstone basks in sunshine’s warmth sleeping seal lingers
no invitation desert water is sacred all get the message
sandstone water cups seashore reflects the heavens so many mirrors
dark lava stone nest ocean waves shape gray granite nature’s arrangement
waves frozen in stone shaped by ocean energies hear them with your eyes
tree grows where wind goes shadows follow moving sun the day is not done needles don't move now noon air silent and windless shadows on sandstone
when the tide is out waves don't disturb the tide pool two starfish embrace
clouds layer the sky the sun is no longer warm what colors are these
silence in sandstone sunset shadows move up cliffs night envelopes day
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