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Alliteration Beach Poems | Alliteration Poems About Beach
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Seagulls chortle on seaside,
while families float like feathers
upon silky sand.
Ocean releases heavy blue
upon captivating curves of coastline.
Golden sun glows.
Tides stretch white tipped branches,
wearing ornaments of light.
Wild waves weave together
like wishful lovers.
Unity understood is powerful.
Floating logs are nature's love letters
of proud timber
lost to technology, time or storm.
Sailboats slide over swells,
for they are ocean's tipping hats
to solitude and soul.
Sunset seeps like molten lava,
melting into midnight blues.
Restless colors reach as day's final rays.
Full moon beats as a pearl heart
against night's lungs.
Stars flutter as butterflies above soft sea.
A sigh drifts by as a simple cloud.
Lighthouses glint and gleam,
through gentle winds.
June 10th 2007
Copyright © Chantelle Anne Cooke | Year Posted 2016
At the fringe of low tide
the surf licks and laps
to re-shape the sand
as ripples and ribs.
On the wet of the flat
where it's clean and pristine
there are spirals of mud
from lug-worms unseen.
Caught in brine pools
and snagged on the rock
are emerald remains
of ripped bladder-wrack.
Sea creatures marooned
til return of the tide
and little lost crabs
that know they must hide
In the still of each pond
are shells broken to shards
and rocks with barnacles
like welded steel studs.
In the late of the day
the return of the sea.
Those imprisoned crabs
will now be set free.
Copyright © Tony Hargreaves | Year Posted 2015
Seven swarthy swimmers
Sailboard so silently
Surfing stormy seas
31st July 2016
Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2016
Fashion shoe treads imprinted on the bisque beach
global longtitude/latitude design airborne print in flight
Honeycomb print slowly pacing synchronising footsteps
Concentric wave prints grouping Fine detail pattern soul
beside clearly printed diamond fishbone sports design
Heavily studded trail souls tread along large paw prints
Simply dotted aerobic shoeprint next to little dog paws
A new soft pink fluffy seaweed floats in lacy ocean foam
Large horseshoe prints clomp digging deeply in the sand
Smaller horseshoes gather meeting near a water trough
Fresh green seagrass clumped like freshly cut long lawn
cradles long ball strands of yellow ochre squirting beads
Bare feet touching soft sticky sand immersed wet in water
Naked footprints side by side breathing beach vibrations
Two lovehearts drawn in the light brown sand interlocked.
Sandcastles decorated with shells sit sturdily on the shore.
Copyright © Mariana pavlich | Year Posted 2006
Author:Gwen Meyer-Erlach Schutz
Copyright © Gwen von Erlach Schutz | Year Posted 2010
Have you ever sat under a shade tree
Looked up at midday to see the sun
Shining through the leaves
It looks like a painting done by
Claude Monet or Thomas Kinkade
Have you ever been in a boat or on the
Ocean shore, watched the waves come
Rolling in and then crashing at the end.
Then again watching and listening to the
water come rushing in, over an over again.
Have you ever driven down a country road
With open fields of bright green grass,You
slow down just to watch it dance in the wind
Revealing it's beauty hidden within
You notice the different shades of grass
Changing colors fast, you drive up ahead
To notice it has all turned red, only
Then, you realize it's a field full of roses.
David W Carter
Copyright © David W Carter | Year Posted 2016