Aaron Colin Evans
Croatian Sea - Poem by Aaron Colin Evans
Tiny droplets of water glistened,
reflecting the light of the sun.
Olive skin on a delicate frame,
slender and dainty laid on the decking.
I pondered her beauty in wild fascination,
a glow from the heat and cold beer.
Her chest rising and falling slowly,
us together breathing in the same air.
She turned and smiled with wide eyes and teeth,
the sea breeze blowing her hair,
I smiled from inside with an inkling of grief,
wondering how we got there.
And where we’ll be in a year.
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