Out beyond the breakers, you curl and curl and curl,
until you reach that breaking place where you start to unfurl.
Then you slap your underbelly on the sand’s soft lap.
Before sneaking back and under, rolling back out there,
past a reef of coral, without a human care,
’til you begin
to curl and curl and curl.
For dVerse Poets, Apostrophe (Apostrophe is a poetic device in which you address an inanimate object, animal or a person not present.)