Two Ships by Marcell Bridges Warner

Thursday, November 12, 2009

A friend that I met through blogging, named Marcie wrote this beautiful poem and I believe it needs more exposure than just on Facebook. She is a wife, a mom, and a student. I hope you enjoy this poem as much as I do.

TWO SHIPS

Two ships passing in the night
one with heavy burden
other steadily sailing
as they pass they blow their horns
and continue on their journey.

Two ships passing in the night
one of solemn height
one of lonely sail and plight
they blow their horns
and continue on their journey.

Two ships passing in the night
two who know what the other carries
they keep saying they will stop sometime
and not pass on.

Two ships passing in the night
decide to stop and sit a spell
as waves crash upon their decks
they speak of all their journey’s do entail
then continue on their journey.

Two ships passing in the night
one with burdens light
one with peace because it found
a friend amidst the storms of life.


To share, to meet perhaps awhile
instead of sailing on and oninstead
of passing in the nightwith a short
wave of hand or blow of horn.

- - Marcell Warner Bridges
©10, November 2009
JW


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