Treasure Island

Ariana Singfield

(23/09/1999 / Hammersmith)

Silent Sea


The crimson red sky reflects onto the golden sand.
There's a fresh smell in the salty breeze
Drifting from the hushed waves.
I feel the soft, moist grains of sand
Pass smoothly through my fingers.
Silently the blazing, searing sun
Takes a last look at the world
Before it goes to sleep.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
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This poem reminds me of when I go to the beach. No one else is there, as it's getting late. The sun is just setting. When you feel so peaceful and calm.

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