On The Beach At Venus Bay Poem by Francis Duggan

On The Beach At Venus Bay



Such a nice day out of doors on this bright and sunny day
Just enjoying a pleasant walk on the beach at Venus Bay
See a young man in his swim wear in the Summer sun he lay
With his blond girl friend by his side looking better than okay

Wearing bikini and brassiere she and he looked tanned and brown
She would surely hold her own with the best in any town
I could not help but stare as i went walking by
He is such a lucky man of him this none can deny

Some young men have all the luck it does seem fair to say
For the aging it is tough it has always been this way
All i could do was admire the great beauty on display
In the warm Summer sun on the beach at Venus Bay

Some men have all the luck i have come to realize
With such beauty to lay with to the ego quite a prize
I am just an aging man and an aging man can only stare
At a young beauty laying in the sun scantily clad in her swim wear

Such a lovely Autumn day in a lovely time of year
With the sea spray on my face the mewing of the silver gulls i hear
A rare beauty met my eyes by her boyfriend she did lay
On the near deserted beach by the Town of Venus Bay.

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