Cosmic Dreamer

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A walk along the beach...


The sight of sunlight glinting on the water dazzling,
The sound of waves advancing softly on the sand,
The feeling of the suns warming kiss on my skin,
The cool dampness of the sand between my toes,
The gentle breeze moving through my hair,
Slipping across the water a yacht gliding silently,
The breeze filled sails carrying her to deeper waters,
Above me seagulls swirl singing their daily song,
Before diving down into the sea to snatch a fish,
The gentle breeze and warming sun feeding my soul,
The captivating pleasures of sight and sound so delightful,
I breathe in the wonderful scent of salt water that fills the air,
The intoxicating aroma of wildflowers thick along the cliffs,
A feeling of contentment fills every corner of my being,
As I walk along the beach I realise... Life is beauty...


Spread the love... The peace will follow...

Submitted: Wednesday, October 27, 2010

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  • Rookie - 440 Points Sara Fielder (3/29/2012 7:33:00 AM)

    Positively beautiful. This poem takes me outside myself. Now...where are my sandals and beach towel? (Report) Reply

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