Trying To Catch The Sun - Poem by Lamerre Lucie
On the sand I stand,
Here, in front of the ocean.
My eyes gazing at the horizon,
My body as cold as could be.
They say: 'You get as much as you give'
And the sea pulls its waves up to the shore
And the wind blows the birds away.
I'm trying to catch the Sun,
Trying and wanting to give up
The Sun high and proud
Mocks me, looks down on me;
It knows about my weakness,
It knows about my hopes.
I want the ocean to roar at me,
I want the wind to blow me away,
I want to catch the Sun,
And to lose myself into its light.
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