Lyn Poulton


Beaches


A cool splash of water on my toes,
The sand, wind swept passed my nose,
A soft dip, to just unwind,
Nature, it's oh so kind.
A no swimming sign placed on the shore,
Violent seas, the ocean roars.
Sun splashes and sparkles across the waves,
Swimmer dives, lifesaver saves.
A dolphin swims out to deeper water
So majestic, shark nets almost caught her.
The beach is a place that is quite surreal,
It enhances the senses, just to experience and feel.

Submitted: Thursday, December 12, 2013
Edited: Friday, December 13, 2013
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