Saint Eule (10/30/1955 / Shamokin, Pa)
Take my hand, walk with me.
Listen to the wetlands and the sea.
A sandy cove full of wild life and flora.
A painted turtle does a flip to show his coat,
A pair of swans glide gracefully upon the moat.
The foliage is full of honeysuckles.
The lighthouse is nearby staring down upon our path.
A small rabbit makes a dash up ahead makes us laugh.
We head for the beach pick up shells along the way.
Just another day with my sweetheart, in Cape May.
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