Water Meets Sand

I swallowed air into my lungs.

 

The time we ran away in violet skies.

 

When the sun rised and numbed our eyes.

 

The love for the sea I then realized.

 

It vanished deep within me.

 

The song of the outside.

 

Reborn with salt to our skin.

 

We ran away again.

 

From the flashing lights of the city side. 

 

It was left painted in my thoughts.

 

A battlefield in my mind that leads to a rose garden over time.

 

The soldier of nature.

 

A blink of an eye that causes erosive spark.

 

I like to be with trees as If I was the bark.

 

A place where water meets sand.

 

A swirl of doves in a freedom land.

 

 

 

 

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