LONELY SANDS Take a walk down the coast As the water rises to our feet The cool wind blows Our body's filled with chill. As the sun sets with a glow The light off the ocean bay Blinds our thoughts Rays of sunlight glistening. The tide rises to our ankles The cool becomes cold A break in the waves Sends chills down our spines. The sun fades to night The moon interferes With a cast of light Across the deep blue. Holding hands in the moonlight The tender touch of our lips The tide rises to our knees Within many moments Our lives will melt away. In the straight path, we continue forth The breaking of the waves Crash upon our temples Our breath comes short. With love in our heart Clutched forever in spirit Together we will always be In the magical sand and sea. by: Lisa Coleman Another poem I wrote over 37 years ago and felt it was the perfect time to share, but I added a line to work with the prompt. Looking back, I guess I was in a rough place. Sue Vincent is the host of Thursday Photo Prompt. "Glisten"