Poetry by Gail Murray


beach time

shining water and sky
lines of blue on blue
hard sand ripples beneath my toes
sun beats down and gentle breezes cool
migrating monarchs fly low
mineral boost from the wet sand
on their long journey


gail's 2nd photoLike Keats, Gail seeks to capture the essence of the moment. Gail’s writing is a response to her natural and emotional environment. Her poems have been published in Blank Spaces, Wordscape, Arborealis and on CommuterLit.com. Her creative non-fiction has appeared in The Globe and Mail, Trellis, Heartbeats, Renaissance, NOW Magazine, Blank Spaces, Our Canada and More of Our Canada.