Waves - Poem by Katie Willis
Warmth melts into my skin,
The feeling lush.
I listen to the crash of the waves,
Shattering the silence.
I open my eyes.
Blinding light bleeds into the darkness,
Leaving me with shimmering turquoise water.
Gentle lapping at my feet,
Convinces me to dig my toes into the moist ground.
I can feel the harsh,
Exfoliating grains of sand surrounding them,
Like a blanket.
The smell of sunscreen is enticing.
Meshing with the taste of salt in the air.
As I lie back and shut my eyes,
I feel serenity,
I feel bliss.
Nothing else matters,
In this moment.
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