Monte Carlo Memories by Anastasia Clark

We took turns
Watching seagulls there

Walking on
A tilted shore

Of ancient waves
And modern ships

Sparkling in a
Merchant’s breeze-

Holding hands
And getting wet

In Monte Carlo

You and I washing
In a crystal sunset.

by Anastasia Clark

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