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I think the reason so many lovers get married on the beach Is because it’s the one place The only public place Where marriage is all around you, Where the ocean marries the shore
bring me whipped-cream foam on top of sea-salted air don't forget the occasional delicacy from the unknown shore where other customers are waiting--   here, bring them this feather
Warm water Crashes onto the shore Approaching my feet Taunting me   Jump in
oh, purest of unities:
Take me far away to a paradise where I can listen to the sound of the ocean against the shore instead of my heart thumping inside of me when I am near you Please get out of my fucking head I want to die
I will remember these nights like the tide remembers to kiss the shoreline--
My home rests on two shores, North and South A house with two front doors, My love has two faces. I am two people confronting our rift Letting the waters take us adrift,
one day I was walking somewhere new singing an unfamiliar tune in a voice that was not my own. the sand uncomfortable in my shoes and the wind skipping across my skin chilling me through
When in October, the showers did fall The fierce winds piercing, they had destroyed all A roaring monster, an ominous beast
Last summer we tiptoed across driftwood panels. Barefoot, but carefully alert we’d watch as poison ivy clung onto both sides of the boardwalk, embracing
Subscribe to shore