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Dry Beaches


The sandy beach has taken tis toll
Seconds to appear to be mere days
Silence explodes, leaving only fragments behind
The wind is cool my heart beat skips a few
Replays of his demise capsizes my puny little mind
Death supplies fear along with the daily dose of
Insanity which alters your well being and
You hour glass as it shrivels at a pace you can not take
Thinking of water, appearing in all kinds of shapes
It freezes with ease
Just like how my heart is missing a piece
Looking ou the window gasping for peace
Only to find some dead beat seagull diving from the sky
Ripples in the tide
Absorbing as it hides
To its demise.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Edited: Thursday, February 19, 2009

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