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Sitting on the sands of the Bay, a small sea
Gigantic waves throw themselves on the sands, I see;
Methinks a true fact the sea never knows, is
How horribly, hungrily and thirstily it roars!
The arc of my brain reshaped for
The room to fill senses and madness
Acronyms and seduction amalgamated
Boundaries of essence essentials
You came, You conquered,
You took us by surprise,
We depend on you,
We live by your side,
I spread my heart before you
As serenades at your threshold
Straining every vein of mine
Into a tune of melodious love
Is nothing real but when I was fifteen,
Going on sixteen, like a corny song?
I see myself so clearly then, and painfully--
Knees bleeding through my usher's uniform
Feather white feather bright
fell from angels wing tonight
Women expose breasts
seen in public jeeps
in wet-dry markets
not censored pornographic expose'
Reading physics in the Charger
at North Bondi; after a while
it gets hard to concentrate.
All that sunlight.
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Her Life And Likings - Anacreontic Verse
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She was born
In Ball's Market after surfing till noon,
We stand in wet trunks, shivering,
As icing dissolves off our sweet rolls
Inside the heat-blued counter oven,
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spent playing the guitar,
Today you’d have been a happy-go-lucky girl:
A teenager up to your eyes in make-up and Maths,
Chatting on MSN and mobile,
at Wisconsin for my MA
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I feel the adrenaline surfing through my heart
I feel sweat all over my weakened heart
Upon mentioning of your name my heart is lost
Where is it, please give it back
Waves on the rocks a'crashing
In it human feet go splashing
And elsewhere in the swollen river
'gator tails go thrashing
surfing on darkness
I plant a life-tree ofwisdom
Ship waves are surfing in under a sky blotched in grey sea rain along both sides of the bay. Pale water crinkles in a southern-winter wind and bubbles under the falling clouds.
I gaze across the river-bay-haze; we lap through the day's many grays, but in warmth we'll be rising and i'll be smiling all the way.
- Samuel Richard Leonard
1 Nothing bloody rolling rude
2 Taco crusted crunch surfing food
3 Curry chicken with lava butter, dude
4 Zilch zesty feelings misconstrued
Across the Irish sea the Dolphin came to the Scottish shores, surfing wave after wave until he heard the calls of the rare blue Dolphin. They swam to a grotto in a cave where fishermen tell of hearing singing still when the sun goes down.
Michael Cochrane ©
Sometimes emotion flow as liquid of water
And mind is the lonely surfing boat
Wandering around the corner
Sometimes too wide to cover
Shadows of your smile now shining down, thoughtful and serious, holding onto an energy of what may be in the future.
It has now been drowned out for tides are surfing beyond either of us, having to find our way alone for there are no more thoughts of love happening, nothing more to give.
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