Tide, poem by Gabrielle Langley (BEACH AND POOL MEMORIES Poetry and Prose Series) — Silver Birch Press

Tide by Gabrielle Langley At the age of five I played along the water’s scalloped edge. My spindly legs outran the salty waves. The universe turned on tiny ankles, trembling and wet, in search of shells and fiddler crabs. What did I know then of drowning, the difference between strawberry daiquiris and straight whiskey, of […]

via Tide, poem by Gabrielle Langley (BEACH AND POOL MEMORIES Poetry and Prose Series) — Silver Birch Press

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