At the beach: A poem


The moon kissed the beach,
its rays prostrated on the face of the beach.
I kissed you on the shawl shore,
Our body sank into the shore.
The birds fluted nearby,
The snakes whispered,
I am Adam, You are Eve.
The moon lit our bodies
In the performance of love.
It leer at us as if the star’s company
Were not enough.
The trees were thrilled,
The flowers smiled
The waves danced towards us
They chorus repeated musical notes
The frogs sang bass,
Bass that bounce in our hearts,
We rolled on the bed of sands
We rolled like a pendulum,
Until our tongues were tired,
Our heart beats to the music of our souls,
My soul pleads your heart
In its prayers not to fall prey
Of my etched love.


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