Saltwater Sunset - Poem by Theo Townend
The waves crash on the shore
The countless grains of sand.
The day near end,
The sun reddens
The ocean like a mirror
As it shows the suns reflection.
The smell of saltwater in the air
Carried by the breeze.
The sun lowers,
The colors darkening as it goes.
The sky ignited!
A wondrous display of orange, yellow, and red.
The sun now begun its slumber,
The end of the saltwater sunset.
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