Always remember the beach

How about the beach? Sandy feet, fresh breeze.                                                            Seize the sunlight, beam just as bright 

How about flying a kite? Light, the campfire, just right.                                             Tent settled, just behind that tree you see? 

How perfect could this be? Gazing beside one another; amongst grass and stars  We huggled as if it could have been mistaken for smuggled me into your arms 

How about one bottle cracked? Spreaded cot, advantaged lot.                                    However we departed, even if death parted 

Promise me you'll always remember the beach, how it completed...                            You and me. 

 

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Abi Thomson

Fri 16th Oct 2015 09:43

Huw thanks for your comment sounds like a visualisation of my poem in life form, fantastic.

Lynne I have read Plath and like her poetry very much, massive compliment thanks so much X

Lynne Coulstock

Fri 16th Oct 2015 09:06

Abi, your poetry puts me in mind of Sylvia Plath's poems, have you read her?

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