Candy Floss And Melty Ice Cream - Poem by Sylvia Lukeman
Did you walk by the foaming sea today?
And eat candy floss or melty ice cream?
Did you watch leaping dolphins whilst at play?
Or paddle trousers-rolled-up in a babbling stream?
I should dearly love to know.
Were fluffy clouds drifting lazily by
As upon the beach you romped and played?
Did you shed a tear or maybe cry
When the sea washed your crumbly castles away.
I cried because I missed you so.
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