SKY DRAMA OVER GLOUCESTER HARBOR

Layers of of fast moving April storm clouds swirling over the Harbor last night.

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Smith’s Cove Rocky Neck

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  • Each day there is something new about what goes on around you! I wanted to share this poem as it’s an area you have really taken upon to educate community and friends and family on! Thank you for sharing! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    “The sea and the butterfly By (Kim Ki-rim 1908 – ?) Translated by brother Anthony from Korean to English.

    Since no one has told her the full depth of the water the white butterfly has not the least fear of the sea.
    it flies down mistaking it for a green radish field then wearily returns like a princess with wings soaked in eaves.
    The blue new moon at the butterfly’s waist is sad that march sea has no flowers in bloom.”

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