Life’s a Beach – Aloha (form: Pantoum)

“Aloha” I cast my flower in Aloha sea. I want to leave the soul of me behind; Upon that beach, where, left in memory, beloved glances from your eyes divine. I want to leave the soul of me behind; forever run along that sandy stretch, beloved glances from your eyes divine as bright, as shining…

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Life’s a Beach – Driftwood

A Piece of Driftwood What’s left behind a long and stormy night? Your life! You’ve weathered all it had to give. You, old beach relic, tell of such a plight that, as a fond reminder, through it lived. I’ll take you home with me; far from this sea. We’ll rock upon my porch and dream…

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Life’s a Beach – Watersport

The Surfer Here begins and ends the grave of all things: ocean waters force me to my sporting. Surfer, skimmer, flying through new blue tubes where swirling, magical delight confounds; where mystery of rolling arms are bound in waves unending, turning me to home. So, hungry heart is given each new birth; each ride is…

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Life’s a Beach – Bikini

My polka-dot Bikini’s worn in spots the sun and years have faded it away. So, on this hidden beach my body trots; some parts of me unevenly displayed. My bosom once two youthful tennis balls; Le derri`ere once curving symphony, bikini now has heavy load to haul. I’m comforted; no Muscle Beach I see! So…

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Life’s a Beach – Paradise

Take my hand and we shall walk together along this strip of land awash with sea. You and me, in Paradise, forever our footprints formed behind us; placidly. Take my hand; we’ll dip into a blue sky; We’ll swim into the briny foam like fish who nibble near our legs with eyes that sigh. Whose…

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