In the wake The stoic, strong, and angular form suggested depth of thought but sometimes a man sitting on the sand is just that Statuesque, he is not the thinker contemplating the whys of the waves he merely seeks composure in a domain so tossed about to shoulder his role bring structure to the home measured ways to guide the way A sentimental man would have taken his son’s hand after the mother’s wake but for now they sit side by side watching the water break
Amanda Chandler’s muse kindles her passion for poetry and education. She believes the most important lessons in life can rarely be found in a textbook. This is why she shares her distinct perspective through poetry. Her work has recently been published by The Ekphrastic Review and will appear in the upcoming Wingless Dreamer Publisher anthology Calling the Beginning.