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Three Cliffs Bay by Arthur Cole

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Clouds floating by, a cool gentle breeze.


a slow ebbing tide, on a blue tranquil sea.


Limestone cliffs, adorning from high,


black backed gulls gliding, a clear blue sky.


Soft golden sands, fresh air so clean,


steep dunes abound, beauty serene.


Pennard Castle, perched upon high,


legendry 'fairies' on ragwort stems fly.


Scavenger cliff, a rock climber's dream,


Pennard Pill, the bay's feeding stream.


Three Cliffs, the jewel in Gower's crown,


so regal, so peaceful, world wide renowned.


Pebbles and Tor Bay, a trilogy complete,


only at low tide, do all three bays meet.


Company or solitude, whatever you choose,


Three Cliffs the jewel, we must never lose.

 

Copyright Arthur Cole 2016 (89)

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