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you are wind-driven
all trumped-up
on erroneous energies
captured only to collide

truth stands still as rock
no need to move or prove

I watch the white caps
curl, gaining strength and
wonder when your fallacies
will shatter like the waves

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Photo: yesterday evening at the beach

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  1. Oh, Mish, that’s great. I love that final stanza so much! Thank you for sharing this one.

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  2. Glenn A. Buttkus

    I could sit for hours watching waves in a storm; and have done. Nice twist at the end, rocking the prompt.

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  3. I wonder, too. they sometimes seem to be indestructible.

    –Shay

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  4. I am transfixed by their endless movements, so different at all times but seemingly the same. At another layer, this is a powerful image for truth at the end.

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  5. An interesting piece. Well done.

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  6. Very well done. Truth stands on its on… needs no defense.

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  7. Such a wonderful metaphor, Mish! Unfortunately, that erroneous energy still seems to be going strong. I’m hoping that truth prevails.

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  8. There’s marvellous movement in this poem, Mish! I love those ‘erroneous energies captured only to collide’ and the curl of the white caps.

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  9. A nice analogy. I’m crossing my fingers.

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  10. Such duality in nature, it’s a struggle but beautiful, still! 🌊❤️

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  11. Beautifully, movingly written, Mish.

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  12. “truth stands still as rock
    no need to move or prove”
    Love this! And of course, the title!

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  13. I think history will be a harsh judge and your wish will come true. His fallacies will shatter like waves and he will join the other garbage stranded on the shore.

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