A G.I. on the Atlantic, Travelling West…

Wind on unbroken flesh.
Sea rail on blistered hands.

The growls of wind subside
And in the shocking peace
Come half-remembered words.
What will be for dinner
And what will be spoken?

Thoughts come like sea-sickness.

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