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Lunar Reflections and The Sea

The powerful pull of our steadfast satellite

Photo by Gabriel Tovar on Unsplash

I will always remember the first time I saw the beautiful reflection of the moon in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

Our family of five was still young, our baby boy only two. I’d told my wife that I wanted the boys to see the ocean, remembering how amazed I’d been at the sight of it when I was a boy. I’d woke…




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Frank Larkin

Husband, Father, Writer, Future Retired Paper Mill Employee, Eco-Friendly — Peace-Loving — Pet Owner

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