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A NIGHT ON THE BEACH
by William Thomas Kinsey

ONCE UPON A MOONLIT NIGHT
WE WALKED A LONELY BEACH.
STARS TWINKLED HIGH ABOVE
THEY SEEMED CLOSE ENOUGH TO REACH.

ARM IN ARM THE MOOD WAS SET,
GULLS RESTED HERE AND THERE.
WE CHATTED FOR A LITTLE WHILE
OUR TALK WAS LIGHT AS AIR.

THIS MOMENT WOULD BE PRICELESS,
IT WOULD LAST THROUGHOUT THE YEARS.
A QUICK EXCHANGE OF, "I LOVE YOU'S"
WASHED AWAY OUR HIDDEN FEARS.

WATER RIPPLED IN THE MOONLIGHT,
SOFT SAND BENEATH OUR FEET.
WHAT A TIME TO HEAR, AND SO SINCERE,
AN, "I LOVE YOU," SO SWEET

TWO LOVERS IN THE NIGHT
HAND IN HAND THEY STROLL THE BEACH.
GAZING UP TO SEE THE STARS
ALMOST CLOSE ENOUGH TO REACH.
        
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Poem ID: 53325   Poem Posted: 1/13/2001
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