This poem published in a leading Welsh literary journal. What do you think?
Diving into the ocean and repealing my inner belonging.
I was afraid. I had nothing to hold but now I see her on the horizon.
Trawlers and nets of gold, translucent and aggressive they feed.
Dolphins fish in shallow water and I feel the colours of the sea.
I cast my eye beyond and through the buoyant clouds
And I look upon mountains with tops of ancient majesty.
I recollect things which mean so much. A view of pastoral waters
And paths paved with crushing autumn leaves. A new beginning,
A time to renew my vows. Like an angel who steals her wings
From God, I am in awe of my world with each day passing.
The moment is mine like vintage in a summer evening,
I cherish her for I mould her image to satisfy my desire.
Interesting, almost like taking baptismal vows again by the words penned. Being reborn, refreshed, seeing things new again. It’s okay.
Game Fishing: Vintage IGFA Video