Blaine Strong

Blue Beach - Poem by Blaine Strong

I could put a chair there. On the beach with a little blue umbrella, and watch time slowly fade away in the distance. Sand in my hair. I do believe I could get away if I put a chair there.
I could put a chair there. In the middle of a city among the 5 o'clock hustle on Friday in July.
I could sit unseen and watch them frollick.
Not knowing who's me or they? Here or I could put a chair there...
In the forest where magic is real, we see what we long for where we feel. I could put a chair there. With the wizards and Gypsy's, unable to comprehend my religion! Confused consumption! What elixer has the wizard so fair?
I could put a chair there.
With a little blue umbrella watching time slowly fading, an artist painted me stuck in my chair.
Over there I could place one

Topic(s) of this poem: loneliness

Comments about Blue Beach by Blaine Strong

  • Thomas Plotz (11/30/2015 6:15:00 PM)

    Sounds like a grand ate project. Blue Beach chair, in the place that's fair. Then move it to the next place. Maybe a calendar spread, of chair here and there. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 27, 2015

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