Beach Sands

deep blue By deep blue, 3rd Jun 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A walk at the beach could stir in our thinking the way of life in the past and what happened to those who came before us. Here I have sorted out a poetry inspired by the sands from the beach.

Thoughts on the fine specks of sand on the beach

Behold the beach sands remnants of beloved earth’s history
Bits of bones, shells, stones and dust bearing life’s endless mystery
Sand particles in the grasp of our hands as many as the glittering stars above
Blown by the salty wind and caught at the tearful eyes of someone crying out of love

Someone staring at the infinite horizon where the earth and sky meet
Passing ultimate grief from a relationship filled with love, envy and deceit
A deceitful life made colorful by emotion and instant bliss we knew
Like nature fresh from the start and at the end evaporates like the morning dew

So here behold the beach sands which
will remain an enduring witness
Of the people that stepped on it but
in the end stepped out from life’s business

Living out of life’s misery we’ll soon
realize a comforting view to see
the fine specks of beach sands we stand
which in time will show bits of you and me


Beach, Beach Sand, Bliss, Joy, Life, Literature, Love, Misery, Nature, Poetry, Relationship

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author avatar deep blue
I am an average knowleageable person with interests on science, technology, philosophy and comparative religion. I could write well on aeronautical subjects as a former aircraft mechanic.

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author avatar Retired
13th Jun 2010 (#)

Truly a lovely heartfelt piece Will! Wonderful thought provoking poem.

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author avatar satan fury
14th Jun 2010 (#)

Beautiful piece.

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author avatar drelayaraja
14th Jun 2010 (#)

Great one :) Nice to meet you here :)

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