Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 13,733 Points (March 8,1994 -)

Nature's Pity - Poem by Dexsta Ray

Take a walk along the coast and watch the ocean
Acknowledge it's motion
The setting sun's rays are floating
Surrender your thoughts
The beauty witnessed here was more than I sought
We ought to start toward the shore before the storm is in route
I have a minute to escape the cursed city
I mustn't return
I'd rather stay at nature's pity
Here the streets aren't paved with envy
Suns up
Taking flight with the clouds
Appreciate the windbreaks and looking down at the towns
The kind of picture that you'd only see in paint
I do fantasize of where I want to be but can't
An invisible restraint
Hop on every stone
Cross and I'll wait
can you see the river bank?
The pink salmon are bait!
Up ahead
There's a big brown grizzly
We best to take cover
All at once it started drizzling
I rather be here
I hate to stay within the city
I don't like the hype
I'd rather stay at nature's pity

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 19, 2012

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