Treasure Island

Samantha Zimmerman

(August 12 1988 / BridgeWater, New Jersey)

Sunsets


The salty air that is hitting my face
as i walk by each ocean wave reminds me
of the sunsets.

The yellow,
red,
and orange
colors of the sun that is falling behind
the deep blue sea
reminds me of the sunsets
that you and me us too
watch together on the sandy beach.

As i feel the watery sand between my toes
and the waves hitting my feet reminds me
of a beauitful sunsets
that god made for us to enjoy
another one of his magical
creations.

Submitted: Saturday, June 18, 2005
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