Adi Cox

Rookie (28th April 1965 / Lincoln England)

Glass Beach - Poem by Adi Cox

Glass Beach

Waves gently crash
in distant froths salty brine
on drawback sand.

Beach pebbles rattle
smooth curved and worn
upon shoreline wash.

People gossip.
saunter back to vans
full of sandy hope

and scratched legs
with brush off hands
on sunburn red.

Fish swim batter fat
to be served with chips
and curry pot sauce.

An alcoholic sea
laps upon a beach
of glass broken bottles.


Comments about Glass Beach by Adi Cox

  • Rookie Naresh Sonee (3/17/2011 3:58:00 AM)

    'Glass Beach deserve applaud. human should keep the sea beach clean. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 15, 2011



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