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Stayed at Home Instead

Stayed at Home Instead

For a while in salt water we would splash
After that lay down and start to crash
End up dreaming of the many things
Which to us joy and happiness brings.

Then we later had to leave the beach
Pelicans and seagulls as they screech
Waves forming and into shore did flow
When wind built up and started to blow.

Raining hectically had been outside again
Where all our patience was wearing thin
Wanting it to be sunny and nice and warm
And we were just affected by a big storm.

Weather and wind finally settled down
And it was then that we all went to town
To drink and dance at a beloved bar
But before we left someone clobber our car.

My moral I am stating and making is
Boiling down and amounting to this
This very poem you should have read
Laid down and stayed at home instead.

James Thomas Horn, Retired Veteran


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