Types of Poetry

This is one of the Types of Poetry. A very short poem about the Seattle "Sound" at Sunset.

Seattle Sound Sunset


Richard A. McCullough

tug boat laden
.....with heaps of rock
.......steel bows
...............in the froth

and edging out
.......against the smear / of coming lights

he blows his horn


Write on...

Richard A. McCullough

For those unfamiliar with the city of Seattle, in the state of Washington: This part of the world is marked with a confluence of waterways that converge on the "Sound" (A long, relatively wide body of water, larger than a strait or a channel, connecting larger bodies of water.)

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