A Trip To the Ocean with You

May 4, 2011
By Mary Luckham BRONZE, Northfield, Massachusetts
Mary Luckham BRONZE, Northfield, Massachusetts
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An ocean sparkling beneath blue skies

And peaceful waves that ripple by the shore

Can not compare to your content brown eyes

That make me feel as if I could be yours

As I sit in sand below a birch tree

I think of what I’m worth to you

Just waiting for you to wash over me

I know there is so much to redo

I watch so many fish swim by

As I throw a rock across the sea

I try to speak but I’m tongue tied

As I think of how much we could be

Word or glance would give it away however,

That’s why I’ve lied forever.

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mimipopo said...
on Aug. 1 2011 at 7:58 pm

Haha this is funky!

i love the ajectives she used!


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