Taken shelter

a poem by Charles Fisher, UK

The lone beach walker,
Taken shelter under a lone tree,
On the lone rocky rainy beach

The underside of the tree branches dry:
Dry from the rain, that covers the outer branches,
Who are caught by the lone cold driven rain

Drips of lone rain,
Follow each other alone

The tree cold,
From the touch of the lone wet snake vines,
That creep over its skin

Drips of rain cover the beach walker,
Who still stand under the half wet,
And half dry tree

The beach walker moves closer,
To the dry half of the tree;
The tree exploits the beach walker for warmth,
From the cold driven rain

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