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A Walk On The Sand

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A Walk On The Sand

We knew love together hand in hand.
Memories are still living.
With are walks upon the sand.

Seashells in a old wooden box.
The oceans spray.
A vanishing form down by the old 
docks.

A bottle without a message
comes in with the tide.
Try as I must this pain
I cannot hide.

That old lighthouse stands as
strong as should I.
The tide changes yet never does die.

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  1. Date: 12/30/2009 9:46:00 AM
    This is such a heartfelt poem, John, I can't help but feel that I myself was walking along that sandy shore--beautiful imagery--just also wanted to point out a couple of typos in your poem "are" should be "our" and "apon" should be "upon---hope this helps :0 Also thank you so much for your inspiring comments on my poem, I feel so flattered with your kind comments--may you and your loved ones have a wonderful 2010!

  1. Date: 12/21/2009 10:38:00 PM
    John, this is one of your best poems indeed,its beautiful and touches my heart,going to my favz..John i want to wish you and your loved once a peaceful xmas and happy New Year--Charma

  1. Date: 12/21/2009 7:08:00 AM
    "The tide changes but never dies"! And memories live on. Awesome, John! I wish you all the best in the coming year and a blessed Christmas! Hugs...Peace and love, Audrey

  1. Date: 12/21/2009 4:09:00 AM
    Imaginative poem John Robbins, an enjoyable read. A. W. Nutter www.freewebs.com/abcedit