Life, an ocean wave

May 14, 2009
By Court-ney BRONZE, Winchester, Idaho
Court-ney BRONZE, Winchester, Idaho
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Life is an ocean wave
Before it crashes down, surfers hanging ten before they hit the ground,
It rushes quickly as it grows in size,
Oh how the time flies by,
The wave tunnels and turns, as the cool water burns against my skin, will the
water get colder again? Oh how life flies by, when you’re on the beach,
holding on for one more breathe.

The author's comments:
I like this poem because it tells you that life is great but we've all got to move on later.

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