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Meghna Sreedhar

The Seashore

The essence that covered the entire world
Which feels to us so old

The best place for a kid to play
So raw and wet on the sand he lay

The best place for a youngster to propose
Catching a red rose

The best place for a student to study
Of all the strands he breaks rudely

Under it has the oozy woods on the scream
But, it shines outside as a netted sun beam

Washing away all our wry with a great speed,
It recollects our old memories
Through its strong waveries

It says,
Life is beautiful
So just be dutiful

Submitted: Thursday, May 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: longing

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it is about the unseen seashore

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