A POEM A DAY - SEA RIBBONS



The seaweed scattering Traught Beach in County Galway reminded me of my childhood, walking on the beach at Blue Anchor Bay. I loved popping the bubbles, watching scuttling crabs in rock pools and finding the treasure of a mermaid's purse. The sand on Traught beach was grainy, peppered black, worn down from the dark grey stones. 



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