Sunrise at the Ocean(Poem)

Published June 4, 2009 by ladyserenity92

I remember the first time I saw the ocean at dawn.

Frothy breakers crashed on the deserted shore.

Driftwood bleached white as bones littered the cool, damp sand.

The sea’s distant surface shone like a mirror.

At first the Sun was only a tiny, red lump piercing the orange–pink sky.

A breeze as faint as a sleeping baby’s breath rustled the dune grass behind me.

The day had just begun.

 

Stayed Tuned!

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