Painted Sea – A Poem

Pic cred: JBerridge St John Island US Virgin Islands

Pic cred: JBerridge St John Island US Virgin Islands

This weekend we visited our dear friends new place on St Simons Island along the coast of Georgia and brought them a house-warming gift of a picture I painted of the sea. The creativity inspired me to write a poem. Hope you enjoy!

Today I painted the Sea,
With colors of blue, aqua, and grays,
Lush waves swelling and crashing,
Beach sand spread-out as far as the eye could see
Today I painted the Sea,
Creatures below schooling around,
Boat sails blowing in her wind,
Gliding above touring the vast landscape.
Today I painted the Sea,
With the sun beaming down,
Glistening, dancing, reflecting along her breast,
Today I painted the Sea,
In actuality it painted me.

The picture above was taken on a trip to the US Virgin Islands and few years ago. If you have the opportunity to visit I recommend a sailing day trip so you can island hop, they even ofter BVI day trips to explore the open waters but passport is required.

Here is the painting that inspired the poem.

Painting by JBerridge

Painting by JBerridge

Cheers

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About janetberridge

Writer and foodie from Atlanta, GA Married to a BBQ Pit Master and have three beautiful daughters. North Carolina raised, lived in Savannah GA for 13 years, currently residing in Atlanta for over 12 years. By day I'm a healthcare sourcing manager, with an MBA in Healthcare Administration, article writer, future fictional book author, and now a blogger. Rib me!
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4 Responses to Painted Sea – A Poem

  1. swimsonemile says:

    Beautiful!!! Both the painting and poem are an artistic accomplishment.

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  2. MamaPains says:

    Beautiful writing! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Beautiful poem to go with a beautiful painting…..that hangs in a special place at SSI Casa de Playa! Thanks dear friend!

    Liked by 2 people

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