LOUIS SHEFFIELD

Rookie (12/11/1986 / NEWARK)

The Beach - Poem by LOUIS SHEFFIELD

The waves in the sea
The sun in the sky
The heat on your body
The seagulls flying high in the sky.
Boys and girls running in the sand
Hasbands and wives holding hands
Girls dress half naked
I guess this is their vacation
The water is cold
and in It is boys and girls
Young and old
The waves toll up and down
and every one here is with an smile.
Running on the hot sand
and some people here have a fan.
people pa\laying frizzby
and yes people here are kissing.
people in thier boats riding the waves
yes today on the beach will be a good day
everyone here is play play play.
This is the frist time at the beach all my life
What do i think of it? ....
I guess it is alright.
God made this beautiful place
But what sins will i have too face?
will it be lust over these half naked women?
No i must be strong and stop this sinning.
I must turn my eyes from them
And need to be faithful to my God and girl friend.
The beach.. what do i think?
well let the day began and i guess i will have too see.


By, panda bear 22


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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 13, 2010



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