Beach Glass Poem by Raymond A Foss

Raymond A Foss

Westfield, MA / United States

Beach Glass



How do you beach?
Sorry, don't want to get
Too personal
Just asking, to get a perspective
To put us on the same page.

Do you lay in place
drink in the rays, melt the stress?
Or maybe play - ball, Frisbee, or V-ball?

Not me. I walk, the length of the beach
Too restless to sit
Lost in my own thing
Looking for shells, people,
and beach glass.

Taking in the scene;
Hoping I remember where I left her
on my return.

Thursday, December 25, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: beach
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Raymond A Foss

Westfield, MA / United States
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