At The Seaside

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I saunter quietly as shadow
That spy in my solitude thought
Till i reached at the seaside
At once, I saw some rocks and sand
Shinning like diamond and gold
And children shingle of the beach.
At low tide they made mud pies
That feed my hunger till am full
By the banks they build a castle
In which i rested till am strong.

They paddle in the puddles s of salt
water, left in the hallows of the rock.
When i gaze and gaze at birds
flying above like star parade
It left me nothing but glee
Fill with wonders of nature
That made us catch crab
How funny when it bites my toe
The scream of terror that change my mood
BUT I recap that moment
That change my soul
The same I shall employ
Whenever pensive grow

AT THE SEASIDE

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