Environmental · Photo · Poem

Connecting with Creatures and Beauty at Cannon Beach

Morgan RobinsonMorgan Robinson
February 7, 2023
youB member since 2022
15 publications
Values this work is based on:
Purpose: Feeling connected to nature standing on the rocky coast of Oregon. The healthy ocean habitat hosted countless sea creatures and felt like home.
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Beach connection at Oregon Cannon Beach. Healthy Ocean habitat.

A wild and silent guardian,
Teeming with stars and barnacles;
A riot of tiny lives.

I stand among the pools and crags
Both alone and part of each varied creature.
We have always been here.

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